On World Toilet Day, 2.5 billion people still lack the most basic of human needs, reports Jameela Freitas.
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Jody Mcintyre speaks to comedian Francesca Martinez about growing up ‘wobbly’ and resisting austerity in Britain.
The family of a murdered human rights defender in the DRC talks to Sian Griffiths about the legacy of Pascal Kabungulu.
Lydia James talks to the British comedy writer as she begins a tour of her new show, unsuitable for both children and NGO staff.
For hundreds of South Asian women each year, an arranged marriage in Britain leads not to love but to slavery. Samira Shackle reports.
The country’s ongoing civil war is preventing treatment for those with chronic illnesses and acute injuries, reports Resham Khiani.
The acclaimed film director talks to Frank Barat about Palestine, politics, and why he wants to keep causing trouble.
Jody Mcintyre takes the notion of disability to task with a personal exploration of difference and defiance.
Brennan O’Connor meets the activists who are challenging a violent Buddhist minority intent on persecuting Muslims.
Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod capture the painful goodbyes of the survivors of the recent Lampedusa tragedy and the victims’ families.
But a wave of social unrest may derail the government’s economic agenda, says Jen Wilton.