How Gigi Gorgeous and the Gettys are pushing LGBT+ at Davos
Gigi Gorgeous said it was "beyond important" to get more world leaders and companies to address LGBT+ rights and hoped their presence at Davos would do that
British ballet shines spotlight on refugee women
A new dance show follows the fate of two sisters as they flee a fictional troubled homeland, evading danger to navigate camps and city streets
First Nepali man to be convicted over 'menstrual hut' death walks free
A court in western Nepal sentenced Chhatra Rawat to 45 days in jail earlier this week after his 21-year-old sister-in-law suffocated to death in a 'menstrual hut'
Domain sale could do 'irreparable harm' to millions of charities, NGOs warn
Top NGOs have called for the $1.1 billion sale of the .org internet domain to a private company to be blocked
OFFICIAL CORRECTION-Domain sale could do 'irreparable harm' to millions of charities, NGOs warn
DAVOS-MEETING/INTERNET (CORRECTED):OFFICIAL CORRECTION-Domain sale could do 'irreparable harm' to millions of charities, NGOs warn
More evictions feared in India as citizenship law is enforced
Nearly 2 million people - including Hindus - were left off a list of citizens released in Assam last year for failing to have adequate documentation
Forest monitoring gets a boost from Japanese space agency data
Felling trees exacerbates climate change as forests absorb a third of emissions produced globally but when cut down, the carbon is released back into the air through burning or rotting
Football faces up to homophobia in Mexico
'Activists and the LGBT+ community can insist, but it is up to them (football community) for people to stop doing it. They have more authority and influence'
ANALYSIS-Tree planting extends an olive branch across the climate divide
"Trees are a bipartisan issue. I haven't met any anti-tree people yet," says Salesforce CEO, as U.S. president signs up to one trillion trees initiative in Davos
Home sweet home? Not for 200,000+ stateless in U.S.
There are an estimated 10 to 15 million people globally who are not recognised as citizens of any country - living without passports, rights or access to the most basic services