UK school students on charity trip sent home by India immigration
Civil society groups in India have come under increased government scrutiny in recent years
UK pharmacy under fire for 'sexist surcharge' on contraceptive
Women in Britain can pay up to five times more for the pill compared to costs in other European countries
India needs new ways to fight scourge of child marriage - report
Despite a law banning girls from marrying before they turn 18, the practice is deeply rooted in tradition and widely accepted in society
INTERVIEW -"It takes a village" to defeat Nigeria's Boko Haram
"The role of local leadership is critical in terms of mobilising members of diverse backgrounds ... to come together and present a united front against the insurgents"
FEATURE-In Miami, battling sea level rise may mean surrendering land
When does it make sense to protect land - and when is it smarter to give it up to the sea?
Squatters battle Kenya's ex-president and charities over wildlife park
"Here are people with no alternative places to live, people who are born there... They have nowhere else to go"
Late check-in, no luggage, child in tow - signs of slavery?
Training gives hotel staff insight into signs of possible trafficking such as alcohol and drugs in a room, or a child staying over
Paying Uganda farmers not to cut down trees halved deforestation - study
Uganda between 2005 and 2010 had one of the highest rates of deforestation in the world
Want to protect forests in poor nations? Pay landowners not to cut, study says
"When you think of the damage done by climate change, paying people to conserve forests is cost effective"