The second edition of Indonesia Flair presents a dynamic and thriving nation that is growing in international importance.
Most people agree that women’s empowerment is a good thing. But what does women’s empowerment actually mean for development interventions, and how will we know when it has been achieved?
This month’s edition of Ipsos Update features Ipsos research and thinking on gender equality, what worries the world, video research, sustainable packaging and consumer trends in Russia.
New study examines the economic and social costs of violence against women and girls (VAWG) in Ghana, Pakistan and South Sudan.
Using 100 months of data, we go beyond the headline stats to uncover long-term trends and surprising developments in the reported social and political concerns around the world.
July’s edition of Ipsos Update presents our latest research and white papers on topics including refugees and human rights, online security and trust in the media, Out of Home advertising and subscription services.
An immersion into life in Nigeria, based on findings from the local Ipsos team and told through the eyes of three typical Nigerians.
In this special report, Ipsos contributes to building a better global understanding of the benefits of welcoming refugees.
Consumers hold companies and governments responsible for sustainability. Discover just how much this is true.
With most (86%) admitting to having fallen victim to it. three-quarters (78%) are concerned about online privacy & majority (53%) feels more concerned about this, compared to one year ago.