Sex trafficking - a family business
A rare and vivid insight into the shadowy, brutal world of human trafficking. Through candid interviews a Mexican family of former sex traffickers reveal their dark past.
Lost and found radio booth helps protect Rohingya refugee children from traffickers
Six out of ten of the new arrivals in Bangladesh camps are children, providing a fertile hunting ground for traffickers.
Survivors of Sierra Leone mudslide fear for future as camps close
About 1,900 households with over 7,000 people have been registered as needing help
When Women Rule
When women enter politics, they make a difference. So why are so few in the highest ranks of power?
When Women Rule: Nigerian MP Nnenna Elendu-Ukeje
When Women Rule: Nigerian lawmaker fears violence is scaring women away from politics
When Women Rule: Kyrgyz MP Aida Kasymalieva
When Women Rule: Kyrgyzstan's youngest female MP puts bride kidnapping, attacks on women in spotlight
When Women Rule: Village head Chhavi Rajawat, India
When Women Rule: Corporate woman turns village head to bring roads, water and banking to rural Indians
When Women Rule: Kenyan MP Peris Tobiko
When Women Rule: Kenyan rebel evades child marriage and Maasai curses to win power
When Women Rule: Soledad Chapeton, El Alto's first female mayor
When Women Rule: El Alto's first female mayor defies Bolivia's old boys' network
As winter looms, migrants left in limbo in northern France
The "Jungle” camp in Calais, northern France, was demolished one year ago, but migrants have returned to the area and are sleeping rough in parks or forests. With winter looming, freezing temperatures could have devastating consequences for migrants who have no shelter or tents.