Trafficked, detained and tortured: the treacherous journey through Libya to Europe
Documenting the illegal migrants, refugees and asylum seekers at the mercy of militias who exploit them for financial gain in Libya.
How an entire community is forced to feed from a tree in famine-hit South Sudan
Around 4.9 million people - more than 40 percent of the population - are urgently in need of food in South Sudan
SLIDESHOW: Women at work around the world
Reuters photographers speak with women in a range of professions around the world about their experiences of gender inequality
Midwives on Motorbikes in Myanmar
A midwife is using a motorbike to help expectant mothers deliver their babies safely in Chin State's most remote villages.
The Syrian conflict: Besieged Aleppo and Idlib province
More than five years of conflict have left the besieged population of Syria’s rebel-held Aleppo and Idlib province without access to enough food or medical assistance.
Nigerian trafficking survivors in Italy help each other
Photojournalist Quintina Valeria’s images focus on West African women who have been trafficked into sex slavery
5 facts about child labour
The global number of children in child labour has declined by one third since 2000, from 246 million to 168 million children, according to the International Labour Organisation. Despite this sharp decline child labour remains entrenched among the youngest children - more than 70 percent are between 5 and 14 years old and work in agriculture.
Life in South Sudan’s protection camps
They were meant to last for three days. But come December, they will have existed for three years
PHOTO BLOG: "When I grow up" - Children in humanitarian crises
Photographer turns lens on children who face uncertain future because of conflicts