Where you can hear from World Vision's experts, analysts and industry-leading thinkers who both guide and pioneer our work with children around the world.
We hope you are intrigued, challenged, interested and inspired!
Why turning our backs on Afghanistan is not an option
By Asuntha Charles
Asuntha reflects on the changes she has seen in Afghanistan's children over the past decade, and looks at new World Vision research that reveals the country's children are at breaking point.
Celebrate child rights, but don't stop listening
By Dr Patricio Cuevas-Parra
On the 31st anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Patricio makes the case for avoiding complacency - while children have more rights than ever before, they must have every chance to participate in decisions that affect them.
Girls are sad, scared and lonely
By Juliana Breidy
New research suggests girls in the Middle East and Eastern Europe are struggling more than boys with the fallout of COVID-19; Juliana looks at why, and what can be done about it.
How I find peace amid turmoil
By Dr Jean Baptiste Kamate
In the middle of a turbulent week, globally, JBK reflects on the role we can all play to live out peace, regardless of where we are or what we do.
Can cash programming save us?
By Amos Doornbos
Cash and voucher programming is already having a significant impact on people's lives. Amos looks at the intersection of cash programming, humanitarian aid, human dignity, and asks if we are doing it right.
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