When it comes to education and employment, the future is here. Technology plays a critical role in the future of work, but existing employees need upskilling and reskilling to harness new ways of working, capitalize on sustainability initiatives and adapt to new marketplace norms. Worldwide, students are studying technologies that will likely be outdated by the time they graduate, while developing nations struggle to create equitable learning access and provide basic necessities needed for education. The rise of AI and other automation advancements have only heightened these inequalities. BCIU is at the forefront of these conversations, bringing together the public and private sector to foster innovative solutions on the future of work, workforce development and equitable access to education.




Offsetting the Pandemic Fallout: 6 Ways to Support Women in the Workforce

Before COVID-19 struck, many organizations were advancing solutions to address the roadblocks that hold women back. We were making progress. Not enough and not fast enough, but the trend was positive. Then, suddenly, a once-in-a-lifetime global health emergency turns the world upside down, and our workplaces face a confluence of crises. In the past year, the issue of gender parity has become particularly acute, and the inequities in our places of employment are taking a brutal toll on women.


3 Questions in 3 Minutes with Mr. David Malpass, President of the World Bank Group

In this segment of our “3 Questions in 3 Minutes” video series, World Bank Group President Mr. David Malpass provides insights on the World Bank’s mission, it’s priority focus on combating climate change, and what “international understanding” means to him.


Three Things to Watch in Global Digital Technology Policy

Over the past twenty years, digital technologies have brought deep transformation to our industries and economies. They have contributed to U.S. economic growth and      competitiveness. More recently, digital tools and technologies have enabled resilience      amidst the disruptive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing people to connect, communicate, work, shop and learn virtually. Digital transformation is likely to only       accelerate, as policymakers look for ways to strengthen economic resilience and boost economic recovery in a post-pandemic world.

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Closing the COVID-19 Education Gap


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