In the face of violence: Children and hate crimes in India

Hate crimes are hurting India's children - it's time to protect future generations and break the cycle of violence.

Amiti Varma

by Amiti Varma
- Arijit Sen

Amiti Varma


A coalition of compassion in America

March For Our Lives demonstration in Washington, DC was a sign that the future is in wise, good and able hands.

Andrew Mitrovica

by Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica

Gun control

March for Our Lives: Thousands rally for US gun control

From Washington, DC to Tokyo, students in over 800 cities and towns rally to demand an end to gun violence.

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.


Pakistan village scarred by largest child abuse scandal

Victims of paedophile and pornography ring in Punjab's Kasur wait for justice years after being sexually assaulted.

Hussain Khanwala: Village scarred by child abuse scandal

United Nations

UN: 12 million girls married during childhood annually

Despite drop in annual child marriages, new UN figures show quicker progress is needed to end the practice.

UN: 12 million girls married during childhood annually


From Florida to Syria, children are vilified mercilessly

Why some people are attacking outspoken Florida school shooting survivors and war-traumatised Syrian children.

Malak Chabkoun

by Malak Chabkoun

Malak Chabkoun

Child rights

'It isn't easy to talk about child sex abuse in India'

Adults who survived child abuse attempt to prevent further abuse and support victims by policy campaigns and therapy.

'It isn't easy to talk about child sex abuse in India'


A 'system of control': Child detention in the occupied West Bank

The arrests of Fawzi Al-Junaidi and Ahed Tamimi shed light on Israel's conduct towards Palestinian minors.

A 'system of control': Child detention in the occupied West Bank


Rohingya crisis: a children's emergency of the highest order

As we enter the sixth month since this crisis erupted, thousands of Rohingya children are still living in fear.

Mark Pierce

by Mark Pierce
- Orla Murphy

Mark Pierce


Q&A: The reality of free education for all in Ghana

Two NGO workers explain why, despite free tuition, some Ghanaian children still struggle to get an education.


Why are some Kyrgyz forced to abandon their children?

From leaving their children with family or at orphanages, struggling parents make tough choices as they seek employment.

Children abandoned as Kyrgyz parents seek work abroad


'One million children die the day they are born'

Pakistan, CAR and Afghanistan are the hardest hit as UN agency says the world is failing newborns.


Kayayo: Ghana's Living Shopping Baskets

A young girl's dream to return home after two years of working in the markets of Accra clash with family pressures.


UK coach 'sexually abused' late footballer, say victims

Men that Barry Bennell assaulted as boys tell Al Jazeera they witnessed talent scout grooming and abusing Gary Speed.

Barry Bennell 'sexually abused' Gary Speed, victims say