Robert D. Putnam, Award-winning author of Bowling Alone talks about the role of poverty and inequality in America and... See more
Peruvian Nobel Laureate economist, Hernando De Soto and the former US Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright explore... See more
Founder of the Acumen Fund Jacqueline Novogratz explains how the creation of business opportunities in the developing... See more
One in four or more residents in 18 countries rated their lives poorly enough to be classified as suffering. Bulgaria had the negative distinction of leading the global suffering list, as it did last year. Yemen, Armenia, and El Salvador followed closely behind, with one in three or more residents suffering in each of these countries.
—Gallup World, April 2012