Witness

A Time to Swim: A Story of Resistance in the Forests of Borneo

An exiled indigenous activist returns to his childhood village in Malaysia, where he faces a race to save his culture.

Asia Pacific

The Indonesians turning dirty waterways into clean fish farms

A group of villagers comes up with sustainable plan to stop people from polluting their water channels - and it worked.

The Indonesians turning dirty waterways into clean fish farms

Indonesia

Tuk tuk library bringing joy to Jakarta's poor children

The mobile library bringing books to children in some of Jakarta's poorest neighbourhoods.

Tuk tuk library brings joy of books to Jakarta's poorest children

Witness

Eviction notice: The Canadians Fighting to Save their Homes

When residents of a Calgary mobile home park are threatened with eviction, one elderly inhabitant decides to fight back.

Pakistan

Eggonomics: Pakistanis mock PM's 'chicken plan' to ease poverty

Imran Khan's idea to 'uplift' the poor by developing the poultry industry sets Twitter alight with jokes at his expense.

Eggonomics: Pakistanis mock PM's 'chicken plan' to ease poverty

Counting the Cost

Is the G-20 facing an identity crisis?

These days, the group finds it hard to agree on almost anything let alone trade disputes, migration and climate change.

UpFront

Are 'identity politics' really a threat to democracy?

We ask Francis Fukuyama why he thinks that Black Lives Matter and ISIL are manifestations of the same problem.

 Are 'identity politics' really a threat to democracy?

India

'It's about our existence': India's protesting farmers

Indian farmers to demand government support for agriculture sector with bills for debt relief and to set minimum prices.

Against backdrop of suicides and debt, farmers demand action

Refugees

UK's social media activist, 94, on Trump and refugees

UK war veteran and activist, 94, on fears of US under Trump and his plans to document refugee crisis to spur empathy.

Asia

Afghan conference seeks solidarity for reforms

Afghanistan's president says the time to invest in his country is now, while the UN warns his country is on the brink of famine.

United States

One in 10 New York school students is homeless

To tackle problem of homelessness in school system, additional fund of $40m is being provided.

Talk to Al Jazeera

'Shameful': What's driving the global housing crisis?

UN Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha on homelessness, human rights and why the lack of adequate housing is on the rise.

Health

The hospital in Cameroon trying to heal old wounds

A small hospital in western Cameroon is trying to make a change by healing untreated open wounds.

The hospital in Cameroon trying to heal old wounds

Shorts

London's food waste hero

Josephine Liang is fighting food poverty and food waste simultaneously.

London's food waste hero

Asia

Afghanistan: Who controls what

Seventeen years after the fall of the Taliban in 2001, the armed group is still active across Afghanistan.

Afghanistan: Who controls what