An increasing number of countries have begun to use behavioral sciences to shape public policy, and Brazil is among them.

Zeina Afif, Juliana Brescianini, Jimena Llopis |

Cada vez mais países vêm usando ciências comportamentais para moldar políticas públicas, e o Brasil está entre eles.

Zeina Afif, Juliana Brescianini, Jimena Llopis |

In March 2019, the World Bank and several other development organizations launched “Stand For Her Land, ” a global advocacy campaign that aims to realize women’s equal access to land and…

Wael Zakout |

[[tweetable]]Economic progress in East Asia and Pacific (EAP) has greatly contributed to the global reduction of extreme poverty. The more prosperous countries in the region – China, Thailand, and…

Judy Yang |

© جيراردو سيغورا / البنك الدولي  وفقا لآلية الرصد العالمي للغابات التابعة للاتحاد الدولي لحفظ الطبيعة، فقد العالم في الفترة من 2001 إلى 2017، نحو 337 مليون هكتار من غطاء الأشجار المدارية، أي ما…

Patti Kristjanson |

In Brazil, a woman trained through the School of Women Leaders explains to her neighbors what she has learned. Photo: Maria do Carmo Carvalho / Habitat for Humanity [[tweetable]]Despite the fact…

Jane W. Katz |

© Julia Pacheco/世界银行 赛琳娜·玛利亚17岁时就怀上了双胞胎,她因此不得不辍学,并从巴伊亚移居到里约热内卢。正因为如此,她很难找到好的正规工作。一路走来,她遭受了很多困境——从无家可归到找失业,同时她和孩子们还面临粮食不安全的威胁。目前,全球有成百上千万像赛琳娜这样的人面临诸多制约因素——收入低、资产有限、人力资本少、特定冲击以及对自然冲击、暴力等的暴露,他们渴望过上体面…

Kathy Lindert, Phillippe Leite, Tina George Karippacheril, Ines Rodriguez Caillava |

© Julia Pacheco/World Bank Celina Maria migrated from Bahia to Rio de Janeiro when she was just 17 and pregnant with twins, without completing her education and therefore have had difficulties…

Kathy Lindert, Phillippe Leite, Tina George Karippacheril, Ines Rodriguez Caillava |