Podcast

Can you lead a country you don't love?

Van Jones and Rabia Chaudry talk about resilience and advocating for political power in the US.

Can you lead a country you don't love?

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Resisting Duterte's deadly war on drugs

Have church leaders and human rights groups in the Philippines had enough?

Resisting Duterte's deadly war on drugs

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A Muslim doctor caring for Trump's America

Dr Ayaz Virji talks to Carvell Wallace about activism, faith and forgiveness.

A Muslim doctor caring for Trump's America

Central African Republic

Talking to the UN about rape and peacekeeping

Rape, peacekeeping and the UN.

Talking to the UN about rape and peacekeeping

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America's Awkward Thanksgiving Dinner

Writer Carvell Wallace says it's time for Americans to start talking with each other.

America's Awkward Thanksgiving Dinner

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Finding inspiration in Kibera, Kenya's biggest slum

Against tremendous odds, Kibera's residents are determined to change their lives for the better.

Finding inspiration in Kibera, Kenya's biggest slum

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Can America's future escape its past?

To move forward, writer Carvell Wallace says it's time for Americans to face their dark history.

Can America's future escape its past?

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Motherhood and resistance in Palestine

For Manal Tamimi, fighting Israeli occupation is part of being a mother.

Motherhood and resistance in Palestine

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India's motorcycle ambulance

How one man and his motorcycle in West Bengal are saving thousands of lives.

India's motorcycle ambulance

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Greek gym mixes Muay Thai and anti-fascism

How a Muay Thai gym in Athens is teaching tolerance, but also practical skills for fighting fascists.

Greek gym mixes Muay Thai and anti-fascism

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Rape and peacekeeping in a forgotten corner of Africa

The under-reported story of what happens when protectors become abusers.

Rape and peacekeeping in a forgotten corner of Africa

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'No pictures, no words can explain Rohingya plight'

How two Al Jazeera journalists experienced the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh.

'No pictures, no words can explain Rohingya plight'

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How fake news almost destroyed two Kenyan tribes

Rumours made two tribes go to war in rural Kenya, until they learned the facts.

How fake news almost destroyed two Kenyan tribes

Podcast

One Iraqi father's search for his son

An Iraqi ex-intelligence officer turned refugee tries to find his missing son.

One Iraqi father's search for his son

Podcast

Venezuela: No Money, Mo' Problems

Where did all the money go, and how did Venezuela come to where it is today?

Venezuela: No Money, Mo' Problems