Janet Smith visits a determined indigenous woman fighting for the rights of women and of her people in the Brazilian Amazon.
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Annie Kajir – the lawyer who won’t be scared off by the robber barons of Papua New Guinea’s timber industry.
India’s brothels are full of young girls who serve as sex slaves. The Rescue Founwdation tries to liberate them.
- August 14, 2006
A life spent in pursuit of human rights: Philippine campaigner Marie Hilao-Enriquez.
Environmental trailblazer Wangari Maathai explains why she has joined the Kenyan Government.
The ultimate poor person’s publisher profiled: Eloísa Cartonera from Argentina.
Filed in: Argentina
Ogoni campaigner Owens Wiwa – brother of executed writer Ken Saro-Wiwa – explains why he is confronting the Shell corporation in a US court.
Leanne Allison and Karsten Heuer have been living with the caribou on one of the longest migrations undertaken by land mammals, across the Yukon and Alaska.
Filmmaker Jacquie Soohen talks about her time inside Bethlehem’s besieged Church of the Nativity.
How indigenous Mexican rebel Raúl Gatica buried pessimism with his umbilical cord.
Why two exiled Colombian activists have launched their own ‘world tour’.
Filed in: Colombia