Author Chaker Khazaal asks where refugees can find hope
Desperation due to lack of opportunity makes refugees vulnerable to extremists, says author and former refugee Chaker Khazaal.
Cotton's clue: Using DNA to detect slavery in supply chains
Shoppers lured by a bargain-priced T-shirt but concerned about whether the item is free of slave labour could soon have the answer - from DNA forensic technology.
Female farmers are Tanzania's latest TV celebrities
Revolutionary portrayal of women as "heroes" makes one in two Tanzanians tune in to home-grown reality TV show
Damascus to Kessel Eik: a Syrian life in the Netherlands
Hanadi is a Syrian starting a new life in the Netherlands as one of fewer than 150,000 Syrians to be granted asylum in Europe since the conflict began.
VIDEO: From Aleppo to Melilla: Raed's story
Raed, a Syrian refugee, is waiting for his paperwork in the Spanish enclave Melilla before he can start new life in Spain
Starting over: a Syrian’s new life in the Netherlands
This film tells the story of Hanadi, a Syrian refugee who resettled in the Netherlands. March 15, 2016 marks five years since the start of the Syrian conflict
Three best friends fought and survived Ebola in Sierra Leone
Three nurses who survived Ebola celebrate the end of the epidemic in Sierra Leone
Be a man: Balkan boys challenge post-war machismo
At 15,Dragan Kisić was beating kids up and getting in all sorts of trouble. His father had left home to avoid gambling debts, and his mother was in despair. Then Dragan joined the Be a Man club in Bosnia and Herzegovina's Banja Luka.
Running from Ethiopia: The Oromo exodus
Running from Ethiopia tells the story of Muaz, a student who fled Ethiopia after being detained and tortured by security forces, and Jawar, who runs a popular Oromo TV channel from exile in Minneapolis.
The lost girls of Myanmar
Thousands of young women risk falling into the hands of traffickers as they leave rural villages in Myanmar in search of work abroad