During the COVID-19 lockdown in the Philippines, Lito wonders which is the bigger threat – the virus or hunger?
A young lawyer fights for citizenship rights for all people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
101 East investigates how a quarter of women across China suffer domestic violence.
Repression and rage – an exploration of how corruption and inequality have led to the failure of democracy in Lebanon.
Have this year’s protests in Colombia reignited a deadly uprising supposedly settled five years ago?
A Tunisian family, once full of hope after the 2011 revolution, now struggles with poverty and some impossible choices.
In the 1990s, Afghan cinema enters an era of darkness as the Taliban take control of the country.
Fault Lines investigates the racist past and ongoing impact of non-unanimous jury convictions in US state of Louisiana.
Leilani Farha leads an investigation into the global housing crisis for the United Nations.
We investigate the environmental consequences of Ghana accepting used clothing from the global north.
We explore how Southeast Asia is struggling to cope with thousands of tonnes of medical waste during COVID-19.
Video inside Gaza towers shows residents and workers counting down to an Israeli missile attack while evacuating.
In the late 1980s, a new approach to Afghan cinema emerged as the Mujahideen grew in opposition to Soviet forces.
The empowering story of Teodora Vasquez who was imprisoned for 10 years under El Salvador’s strict abortion law.