Caelainn Hogan


South Africa's plan to tackle HIV among sex workers

South African activists call for the decriminalisation of sex work to protect human rights and reduce spread of HIV.

Human Rights

Underage refugees in Calais running out of options

As the French government dismantles the Calais camp many don't know where to go next.

Middle East

Syria war: Money transfer 'a matter of life or death'

From refugees to international NGOs, many have been forced to rely on the centuries-old hawala money transfer system.

South Africa

Young South Africans: 'They're showcasing your poverty'

From the homeless to those participating in a SleepOut event, young South Africans share their views on their country.


Fighting the legacy of mining in Lesotho

Young people who have witnessed the social and medical effect of mining on their parents are fighting for their rights.

Syrian Refugees

Teenage Syrian refugee: 'I didn't want to kill anyone'

Unaccompanied teenage Syrian refugees and the families they left behind share their stories.

International Women's Day

Nigeria's female slam poets find their voice

Young Nigerian women are embracing poetry as a way to voice their grievances with the state of their country.

Middle East

Syrian civil war: Running from a nightmare

Thousands of families have fled towards the Turkish border to escape bombing in Aleppo.


Homeless Irish families face eviction on election day

As talk revolves around an Irish economic recovery, the growing number of homeless families say they see no sign of it.


The midwife who fled Boko Haram

Despite losing some of her own children during an attack, Dada Nguru is keeping other women and their babies alive.

Women Make Change

Meet the Nigerian woman taking on Boko Haram

Hafsat Mohammed uses hope to counter hate, but the activist knows the threats she faces are all too real.