Brazil's Straw Hat project helps women leave abusive situations
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Kenyan CEO James Mworia, who is ranked sixth on
the Forbes list of young and powerful Africans, makes notes in a session.
Malian business manager Mema Beye gives his view
on what is holding the continent back.
Dr Mamphela Ramphele enlists the leaders’ help in promoting citizenship in their countries.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu gets ready for filming.
Lydie Hakizimana, a Rwandan entrepreneur, is
moved by the conversation with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who is considered a living legend for many
The young leaders have made a pledge to the
Archbishop to form a network of change-makers spanning the continent. But how
will they do it?
Archbishop Desmond Tutu waves the young leaders
goodbye, having inspired them with his legacy and his advice.
Tackling the refugee crisis, Iran nuclear deal, and helping rape victims push candidates towards the coveted prize.
War & Conflict, Human Rights, Norway
Joining the West, Reykjavik imposed sanctions on Russia over Ukraine, but now its fishermen are paying the price.
Politics, Business & Economy, Iceland
The illicit kidney trade in South Asia has exploded as brokers use social media to find donors.
Health, Business & Economy, India
Twice the size of Paris, the open-air Iwahig Prison and Penal Farm offers a unique approach to reforming criminals.
Prisoners, Philippines, Crime
People & Power investigates India's Hindu fundamentalists and their influence on the country's government.
India, Politics, Human Rights
We speak to former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, and ask a former KGB general about Russia's air strikes in Syria.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Israel
Al Jazeera World looks at the neutral nation's entrenched gun culture and the debate about the right to carry weapons.
Gun violence, Europe, Switzerland
The names of Newton, Galileo and Copernicus are well known, but how have the great Islamic thinkers of the middle ages contributed to the science of today?