Brussels' Refugee BnB

Why Belgians across the country are housing refugees and migrants in their homes.

Mental health

'Real Autism' in Poland

Bartek 'doesn't have a problem' and isn't 'sick'. He has Asperger's and is on a mission to challenge stereotypes.


India's Ambulance Dada

India’s Karimul Haque, also known as Ambulance Dada, has saved 4,000 lives with his motorcycle.


How to be a Palestinian supermom

To Manal Tamimi, being a Palestinian parent brings a lot of unique responsibilities.


Transforming Pakistan's buses into art

Mohammed Rafiq has been painting Pakistan's colourful buses for 40 years, but there's a dark side to the industry.


US: Inside the mind of a white supremacist

William Johnson, chairman of far-right American Freedom Party prefers to be called 'white nationalist', not supremacist.


A day in the life of a child refugee in Belgrade

Eleven-year-old Abuzar from Baghlan province in Afghanistan travelled on his own to Serbia. This is his story.

A day in the life of a child refugee in Belgrade


Meet Indonesia's trash vigilante

Mr Sariban is 74 years old, retired, and totally obsessed.


Finding solutions to Kibera's 'flying toilets'

Streets in Nairobi slum are littered with human waste, prompting locals to develop innovative solutions to the problem.


Chicago's Chinese Gun

'Unless you can take away all the guns from criminals, I will not give up my guns.'


Morocco's mute stowaway

Said can neither hear nor speak. His silent journey to Europe has brought him to Melilla, a Spanish enclave in Africa.


Finding my family after 44 years in prison

After coming to terms with a new and unfamiliar world, Otis Johnson set off to reconnect with his family.

Human Rights

Going back to school in Kenya's biggest slum

Hundreds of adults who grew up illiterate are getting a second chance to read and write in Nairobi's Kibera slum.


Greece's Tower of Babel: An unusual place

City Plaza functions collectively with refugees and activists cooking, cleaning, and making decisions together.