REWIND

Saving Soweto: Seeing the Light

We meet doctors at Johannesburg's 'Bara' hospital who are tackling eye problems among South Africa's poor communities.

US & Canada

US rich-poor divide results in shorter lifespans for destitute

The lifespan gap between rich and poor people in the US can be as high as 30 years.

People & Power

West Africa's Opioid Crisis

In Nigeria, prescription drugs are being taken in life-threatening doses by millions in search of a fix.

Science & Technology

Overcoming prejudice, poverty and 'Molenbeekphobia' in Brussels

Faced with poverty and discrimination, residents of Belgium's Molenbeek neighbourhood build their own alternatives.

Overcoming prejudice, poverty and 'Molenbeekphobia' in Brussels

AJ Impact

Three million could lose food stamps under new Trump proposal

A proposed rule change would require people to pass a review of income and assets to receive food stamps.

Three million could lose food stamps under new Trump proposal

Risking it all

Gruelling Road to Recovery in Sierra Leone

Truck drivers and quarry workers fight against the odds to support their families in post-conflict Sierra Leone.

AJ Impact

DR Congo army will remove 2,000 illegal miners from Glencore site

The country's president ordered military intervention after miners defied a government deadline and clashed with police.

DR Congo army will remove 2,000 illegal miners from Glencore site

Risking it all

Seeking Riches Along Madagascar's Rosewood and Sapphire Trail

Out-of-work gamekeepers are turning to poaching the endangered rosewood tree - risking arrest, injury and even death.

AJ Impact

Trump seeks to change how poverty is defined

US Senate Democrats are cautioning the president against marginalising poor Americans.

Trump seeks to change how poverty is defined

Risking it all

Perilous Jobs in Peru

From scaling cliffs to navigating old mining shafts, these are the workers risking their lives to make a living in Peru.

The Listening Post

Myths and money in Britain's 'poverty porn' industry

How a British media trend demonising the poor could have implications for the welfare system and people depending on it.

Yemen

How Yemenis prepare for Eid amid crippling conflict

This year, families celebrate being alive and healthy as poverty, unemployment dampen spirits in war-torn Yemen.

As Yemenis prepare for Eid, even celebration is a struggle

101 East

Philippines: Dying For Gold

We investigate why people are risking their lives in an illegal gold industry worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

UpFront

The Great Inequality Debate

Economist Arthur Laffer and author Anand Giridharadas discuss inequality, billionaires and oligarchy in the US.

The Great Inequality Debate

Opinion

Why the 'one percent' in the US is worried

The wealthy elite increasingly recognises that the socioeconomic status quo in the US is unsustainable.

David A Love

by David A Love

David A Love