Where in the world are children dying?
Introducing the new Our World in Data child mortality series
How does the sex ratio at birth vary across the world?
How many people support vaccination across the world?
Skepticism to vaccines and what to do about it
We’re hiring! Why I work at OWID and why you should consider joining our research team
Are we happier when we spend more time with others?
How important are social relations for our health and well-being?
More than 8 out of 10 people in the world will live in Asia or Africa by 2100
How I use Our World in Data in my work as a high school teacher
How I use Our World in Data in my work as a medical doctor
Which countries achieved economic growth? And why does it matter?
Does democracy lead to better health?
Two centuries of rapid global population growth will come to an end
Mortality in the past – around half died as children
Does the news reflect what we die from?
Population momentum: If the number of children is not growing, why is the population still increasing?
Child mortality is an everyday tragedy of enormous scale that rarely makes the headlines
The world population is changing: For the first time there are more people over 64 than children younger than 5
As the world’s poorest economies are stagnating half a billion are expected to be in extreme poverty in 2030