Roma

Attacked and abandoned: Ukraine's forgotten Roma

In a country which suffered terribly at the hands of the Nazis during World War II, pogroms against an ethnic minority have somehow become commonplace.

Georgia

My Soviet scar: Confronting architecture of oppression

They are symbols of Soviet oppression to some but part of collective memory to others. Should Soviet-era monuments and buildings be protected?

Africa

Central African Republic: A crisis Russia didn't forget

While the West remains complacent and aloof towards the humanitarian crisis, Russia steps in.

Europe

Jaywick: A thriving UK town fallen on hard times

The decline of Jaywick shows how Britain - one of the wealthiest nations - has failed its obligation to improve living conditions.

Native Americans

Why the language of journalism fails indigenous people

A journalist with indigenous roots reflects on the making of We Are Still Here: A Story from Native Alaska.

Uighur

China's Xinjiang surveillance 'all pervasive'

The sinister, surreal and absurd for journalists who want to report on what's happening in China's far western region of Xinjiang.