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Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 13 years ago, God's love shines on and from my mother.
Actress Julia Varley uses theatre to empower. She talks to Andrea Cabrera Luna. by JULIA VARLEY
Elsa Vogel tells Paul Williams why those who have suffered have so much to give.
Why are the men returning to a small, impoverished town in Mexico? Andrea Cabrera Luna finds out.
In spite of the fact that the UN Charter on the Rights of the Child is the most widely ratified law in the world, violence against children continues.
Jean Brown meets the women who are standing up for peace in a clean Africa.
Shabibi Shah has been longing to return home for 22 years: the reality was a shock.
As a Christian married to a Muslim, Lorraine Khan finds inspiration in the books and life of Charis Waddy.
Yana Bey encounters heartbreak and triumph as a team of Indian women conquer Argan Kangri, an unclimbed peak in the Karakoram Range.
UNESCO is often criticized for its lack of efficiency, for the fact that too big a slice of the budget goes to the Paris Secretariat. Yes, it is a mammoth institution-but it has undoubtedly been allotted a mammoth task, a task that is perhaps of greater importance today then ever before.