Poverty & Development

UK paper cancels Greece 'poverty' tour and apologises

The Guardian offered an apology after social media users blasted the paper for 'poverty porn' over crisis tours.

The Guardian apologises for controversial Greece 'poverty' tour

The Listening Post

Murder in Brazil: Covering the assassination of Marielle Franco

The murder of Franco puts a spotlight on the Brazilian media's treatment of the slums. Plus, Honduras' Radio Progreso.

Reporter's Notebook

In 360: Three years of war in Yemen

More than 10,000 people have died in the Yemen war which has now entered its fourth year.

Yemen's skies of terror: Three years of war in Yemen

Yemen

UNICEF asks for $350m for starving Yemeni children

UN official, in apparent reference to Donald Trump, says $350m is 'peanuts' in aid for suffering Yemeni children.

UNICEF asks for $350m for starving Yemeni children

UpFront

United States: Is the 'Trump bump' real?

President Trump takes credit for the booming US economy, but the numbers aren't on his side.

United States: Is the 'Trump bump' real?

101 East

Pakistan's Lost Children

Thousands of children go missing or are abandoned each year in Pakistan. But one charity is determined to save them.

Poverty & Development

Riding the radio waves in Kibera slum

Abdullah 'Dallas' Mussa walks us through the trials and tribulations of life as a slum journalist.

Riding the radio waves in Kibera slum

Syria's War

In 360: Syrian refugees share dreams and ambitions

Syrian teenagers living in Jordan's Zaatari refugee camp share their dreams with the world through an immersive VR film.

Syrian refugees share dreams and ambitions in 360 documentary

UpFront

War, poverty and inequality: Is there any good news?

Harvard professor Steven Pinker's new book argues that things have never been better, but is he right?

War, poverty and inequality: Is there any good news?

UpFront

Is the world actually getting better?

Steven Pinker argues global poverty is declining, but is he right? And Afua Hirsch and Claire Fox talk racism in the UK.

Steven Pinker: Is the world actually getting better?

Syria's War

In 360: Stories of Syrian teenagers from a refugee camp

Al Jazeera documents life of Syrian teenagers living in Jordan's Zaatari refugee camp.

Syria's war: Teenagers share stories from Zaatari refugee camp

Counting the Cost

Trade wars: Counting the cost of Trump's tariff plan

A look at the winners and losers of a possible global trade war that could be sparked by Trump's protectionist policies.

Yemen

Yemenis launch social media campaign with focus on development

#BringDevBack shows the people of Yemen are already thinking about rebuilding their country despite ongoing conflict.

Yemenis launch social media campaign with focus on development

South Sudan

Relying on aid creates 'dependency syndrome'

While supportive of the aid response, South Sudan's government worries that it is crippling the nation.

Relying on aid creates 'dependency syndrome'