Clean Water for All: A Case Study of Malaysia’s Orang Asli

A water, sanitation, and hygiene initiative with an indigenous community in Malaysia shows the power of active and responsive community engagement and demonstrates how a shift in mentality must take place to bridge the gap between bottom-up initiatives and top-down policies.

Refugees, Racism and Xenophobia: What Works to Reduce Discrimination?

As UN Member States negotiate the final terms of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, where should future “evidence-based” interventions be focused to most effectively eliminate discrimination against refugees and migrants, protect their rights, and positively shape public discourse.