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Lost generation – growing old in a globalized world

Home Documentary Film (still)

This article is also available in Spanish >>> In the city where I live there are people from 190 different nations. Here migration is felt, lived and discussed. I live in Berlin, where almost every second inhabitant comes from abroad Continue reading

Happy Days for Women in Zimbabwe

Monica Mutsvangwa shares a joke with a fellow MP (Photo: UKinZimbabwe)

Women MPs in the 8th Parliament of Zimbabwe and members of civil society gathered on September 4th 2013 to honor female candidates who participated in the 2013 elections. The meeting was convened by the Women in Politics Support Unit (WiPSU) Continue reading

Interfaith marriages in Sierra Leone

(c) Abigail Ahern

“Everyone is allowed and encouraged to practice their religion of choice, share the things they have in common, and help each other despite their difference of faith”, says Mohamad Camara, a 23-year old who describes the essence of his community Continue reading

Bolivia – Women’s Rights are not respected

Still scene from Daniela Wayllace's animated film "Memento Mori".

Bolivia is not a good country for women to live in. A United Nations Human Development Report on Gender says: “Bolivia treats men better than women”. According to UNICEF, in this country “women are assigned a subordinate, traditional and dependent Continue reading

Long lost son – Disappearances in Nepal

Missing people in Nepal

“Nawaranga” is a guesthouse with a beautiful face and a broken heart. Purna Man Shrestha smiles and invites you to look around the small art gallery and book exchange. He has owned this backpackers favorite in Dhulikhel (Nepal) for the Continue reading