Colourful makeover puts Mumbai slum on tourist map
"We used bright colours to change how slums and their residents are viewed"
U.S. city mayors stand up for cannabis against Trump crackdown
"Reversing course now is a misguided legal overreach"
INTERVIEW-U.N. lambasts Latin America for abusing indigenous rights
Tauli-Corpuz urged the Chilean government to stop using the country's anti-terrorism law to prosecute Chile's Mapuche people
Amid icy temperatures, some of Washington's homeless prefer to sleep rough
Washington has the highest homelessness rate in the United States, fuelled by a lack of affordable housing
The supper club serving up a solution for London's homeless
Fat Macy's is a social enterprise using London's love of dining out to help the city's homeless.
FEATURE -Out of the shadows: New York immigrants fear raids as city retains ID card records
Under Obama, New York’s undocumented immigrants gave away personal documents for a city ID card. Now, with Trump, they fear that data will be used to find them.
Arty mailbags deliver indigenous land rights message in Australia
Australia lags behind Latin American and African nations when it comes to laws protecting indigenous land rights
'They beat him with sticks', says villager of killing of Myanmar land rights defender
Htay Aung was attacked by a mob of more than 20 people in northern Shan state. He died of his injuries on Nov. 1
Calls for action after Myanmar land rights activist beaten to death
About 70 percent of Myanmar's population lives in rural areas and depends on agriculture for a living
FEATURE-Brazil's young indigenous musicians rap for land rights
"These songs are helping to raise awareness about land demarcation even among indigenous people" - rapper Kunumi MC