Stories and case studies
Olympic rowers, Richard and Peter Chambers, learn about the challenges facing many children responsible for collecting water in south west Uganda.
An Olympic challenge ››
Saferworld's 25th anniversary exhibition, Communities First, tells the stories of individuals and communities in South Sudan, their challenges, and the drive for positive change.
South Sudan ››
Lymphatic filariasis, often known as elephantiasis, is a devastating parasitic worm infection spread by mosquitoes that affects 120 million people.
Lymphatic filariasis ››
David Griffiths considers the transformative power of recognition in a TEDx talk about the thinking behind 'Being Untouchable'.
The power of recognition ››
A series of intimate portraits illustrating the injustice, poverty and inequality suffered by many of India's 167 million Dalits.
Being Untouchable ››
Despite their age, or perhaps because of it, Bernard and Andrew refused to give up their dream of free and fair elections in Zimbabwe.
For the people of one of the world's newest and poorest nations, the legacy of East Timor's violent past merges with the daily struggle to survive.
East Timor: Who cares? ››
Working on the land every day, subsistence farmer Habibou Kiendrebeogo walks across a small plot of land carrying water for her onions.
Habibou's onions ››
Three airmen from the Japanese First Air Fleet involved in the attack on Pearl Harbor share their experiences and the acts of reconciliation that followed.
Pearl Harbor ››
Long before I got involved in the bigger campaigning assignments, I worked primarily on smaller editorial features for magazines and newspapers.
From the archive ››
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