The human rights activist has seen - and suffered - a lot in his decades of campaigning. But, he tells Cristiana Moisescu, he still believes in forgiveness.
Lydia James visits the Lebanese refugee camp and discovers possibilities for a lighter, brighter future.
Nithin Coca reports on a political battle between government and a respected anti-corruption institution.
Around the world, people are mobilizing against biotech bullies.
The country’s indigenous groups are the most vulnerable to exploitation, documents Alexia Kalaitzi.
Ben Ali’s legacy still looms large, as Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod report.
Can we find a way to loosen big business’s stranglehold on the US? asks Mark Engler.
Alessandra Mezzadri says workers’ wellbeing depends on the living wage.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara is delighted that the Afghan First Lady is being listened to.
Anne Petermann on why newly approved GMO trees are bad news – and illegal.
Richard Solly reflects on the mining company’s AGM – and why such meetings are so important.
Tina Andersen decries Norway’s decision to open up its fjords to mining projects.
John Gaffney on how the far-right stays on track.