Can land-sharing dispel shadow of eviction for Uganda slum?
Slum dwellers and local investors join forces to improve living conditions in Uganda's Banda slum.
Frontline Insights: Lessons on hatred from Bosnia
“My schoolmates were just my schoolmates and my teachers were my teachers.” But in 1992 Kemal Pervanic, a Bosnian Muslim, was in a concentration camp being interrogated and tortured by his favourite teacher.
TIMELINE: Conflict in Yemen
Yemen’s conflict has killed at least 10,000 people. Our timeline explains the origins and development of the war.
Frontline Insights: One Child Policy, China’s fertility experiment
After the lifting of China’s 35-year One Child policy, author Mei Fong explores its often devastating impact
Frontline Insights: Training women journalists in Syria
Returning to Syria after working for the BBC in London, Zaina Erhaim found that all of the citizen journalists reporting on the civill war were men
Unknown Fields: Ilakaka Sapphire Mining
Amidst political uncertainty, Madagascar's fragile and unique ecology is being smuggled out illegally, boat by boat, gem by gem.
Bad Company is a story shot in the brick factories of Kathmandu, Nepal.
Rise and Fall: living in the shadow of the earthquake
“If the government doesn’t listen to us, we have to do something on our own. Uprising has become a necessity.”
Beyond the trail: earthquake recovery in the Tsum Valley
“I am feeling scared… it seems like an earthquake will hit again. My heart cannot rest”
107.2 MHZ: Broadcasting earthquake recovery information in Nepal
"Maybe it was because of the habit of Nepalese people, their ability to face any kind of hardship. Despite all the havoc, they hadn't forgotten to smile"