Sian Lewis's blog posts
At an IIED-hosted event, financiers, decision makers, practitioners and researchers tackled three key questions on how to get climate finance to where it's needed most.
What does it mean to 'formalise' the informal sector? Discussions at an informality event with our partners revealed some of the barriers to successful formalisation and examples of what works.
An event on the informal sector and the green economy established six principles for a new policy agenda on inclusive green growth.
To coincide with World Cities Day on 31 October, our urban photo gallery shows how we are working with partners to document and highlight the often neglected circumstances in low-income urban communities, and to advocate for change.
To better understand the wide range of people who depend on gold mining, IIED travelled to Tanzania to talk to some of them. Here are some of their stories.
Diverse stakeholders from across the world of gold mining share a long-term vision of artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) as a functional business sector.
Development strategies aimed at supporting young people in small-scale farming cannot afford to limit themselves to issues of land and production.