India remains poised to take advantage of its demographic dividend with strong improvements in education levels, which are a key determinant of accessing better quality jobs. At the same time, youth’s aspirations are evolving, which needs to be matched with the type of employment available in the labour market.

Prospects for Children in 2024: Cooperation in a Fragmented World is the latest edition of the Global Outlook, a series of reports produced each year by UNICEF Innocenti – Global Office of Research and Foresight, which look to the key trends affecting children and young people over the following 12 months and beyond.

The Asia-Pacific Population and Development Report 2023 was prepared in conjunction with the Seventh Asian and Pacific Population Conference (APPC). It brings together the latest evidence on the priority actions of the Asian and Pacific Ministerial Declaration on Population and Development (APMD), with a particular focus on SDG indicators.

A sharp rise in child poverty was registered across 40 of the world's richest countries between 2014 and 2021, according to this new report published by the UN Children's Fund's global research centre, Innocenti.

Order for the High Court for the state of Telangana regarding safety measures at government schools and colleges in Telangana.

The petitioner seeks a writ of Mandamus to the authorities concerned to provide sufficient number of fire extinguishers and to get structural safety and soundness certificate, sanitation certificate, water purity certificate, periodically, in respect of government schools, junior colleges across Telangana. The High Court granted four weeks' time to the authorities to file a compliance report on the issue.

Despite growing awareness of the scale and adverse outcomes of gender gaps in economic opportunities, progress to address them in practice has been limited to date.

Nearly 13.5 crore people were pulled out of multi-dimensional poverty in five years on the back of improvement in parameters of nutrition, sanitation, years of schooling and access to cooking fuel among others, according to this report by NITI Aayog.

Around 415 million people exited poverty within a span of just 15 years between 2005 to 2021 in India, according to this latest Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) 2023 report by the UNDP and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI).

The Global Gender Gap Index annually benchmarks the current state and evolution of gender parity across four key dimensions (Economic Participation and Opportunity, Educational Attainment, Health and Survival, and Political Empowerment).

Fourteen nations, which host more than half of the world's refugees, are paying as much in interest on external debt as it would cost to educate millions of refugee children for nearly five years, according to this new report by Save the Children calling for greater priority to be given to educate children on the move.