Who are the Stansted 15?
The “Stansted 15” believed they were saving lives, but here’s how their nonviolent protest in 2017 ended up with all of them convicted of terrorism offences.
Routes pairs asylum-seekers and mentors to build confidence
“I look at her like my sister.” Sarah and Harriet may come from different worlds, but they’ve found common ground thanks to Routes, a social enterprise focused on confidence building for asylum-seeking and refugee women. This is their story.
She is fighting for women's rights in Egypt with her bike
A woman riding a bike in Cairo is not something you see every day. To normalise it, Nouran Salah created an NGO... 🚲
Everything you need to know about Greta Thunberg
At only 16, she has become an icon for the fight against climate change. This is Greta Thunberg's story. ✊
Polar Vortex and Heatwave Happening Simultaneously
On opposite ends of the globe, people are suffering through hot and cold extremes. 😱
The EU launches infringement procedure against Austria
Adjusting childcare allowances for foreign children? Austria just passed that law, and it's not exactly in line with EU rules...
Snow around the world
Closed roads, cancelled flights, traffic jams... How do other countries deal with snow? ❄
Ndaba Mandela wants to help develop African countries
"Let us develop these countries, for Africa and by Africa." At 36, he's invested in developing African countries and empowering African youth. This is Ndaba Mandela, Nelson Mandela's grandson.
Rose Cartwright has a different kind of OCD
Most people have sexual or violent thoughts they can dismiss. Rose Cartwright can’t. She has a type of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder called Pure O... 🤯
In Denmark, the forest is a classroom
Preschools in Denmark have found a new way to think outside of the box. With the forest as their classroom, children are developing a strong sense of autonomy. 🍂