Running for peace: The Olympic refugee team
In ‘Running for Peace’ we meet Kenya’s refugee athletes. Hailing from war-torn regions including South Sudan, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Somalia, they have all overcome huge odds to become part of a select team of runners in Ngong village.
UK police in the fight against human trafficking
In a British suburb in central England, police officers accustomed to burglaries and household disturbances are breaking new ground by finding ways to battle the latest crime wave - human trafficking.
The long fight to protect the Philippines' domestic workers
Retchel was 11 when she was trafficked to Manila and forced to work all day in a woman's home for zero pay
Rowing against the flow
Nepali women row against tide of discrimination on tourist lake
VIDEO: "We Rohingya get kicked around like a football"
Kohinoor, a Muslim Rohingya, fled her home in Myanmar after a wave of ethnic violence. She hoped for a chance to rebuild her life, but in India she has found destitution and discrimination.
VIDEO: The refugees cooking up a storm in New York
Refugee chefs in New York are bringing their culinary traditions to new audiences.
Máxima Acuña, a subsistance farmer in Peru’s Northern Highlands, stood up to a mining company who wanted her land for a gold and copper mind. They didn’t make it easy for her.
Migrant Voices - The New Face of Italian News
Kilap Gueye and Latif Yakoubou arrived in Sardinia at two very different moments in history. Their paths crossed in 2016, when they joined 'Nois', the first video news show in Italy to be developed by migrants.