Talk to Al Jazeera: In the Field
Al Jazeera turns the mic and cameras towards people impacted by extraordinary events.
Explore what is being done in the Ibera National Park to protect nature, restore the ecology and increase biodiversity.
We travel to Chile to meet some of the Mapuche groups on the offensive to reclaim their culture.
As Sudan faced the worst floods in a century, we travelled to Khartoum to meet some of those most affected.
As calls for President Lukashenko’s resignation resonate around Belarus, we meet some of the women marching for change.
Lebanese artists discuss the ever-changing journey of their country, a nation marked by conflict.
A journey into Qatar’s unexplored wildlife and the effect megaprojects could have on its natural habitats.
Meet some of the thousands left stateless after the Soviet Union’s dissolution, and those who are working to help them.
A Mexican arms trafficker, a hitman, and the wife of a victim of gun violence talk about weapons brought in from the US.
Talk to Al Jazeera travels to Baghdad to find out if an Iranian attack on US forces in Iraq is imminent.
With more and more young people addicted to online video games, is there a way to treat the disease?
We speak to South African farmers about land expropriation and hear their personal views on this divisive issue.