Rising inequalities and decrease in foreign aid funding are to blame for a rise in world hunger, writes Amyrose Forder.
When Sea Watch captain Carola Rakete forced her way into Lampedusa harbour to bring rescued refugees to the Italian shore, she became a symbol of defiance, write our editor Cassie.
In the DRC, the Ebola virus is not only spreading, but intervention has been made difficult by conflicts in some parts of the country.
On Nelson Mandela Day, we look at how his legacy lives on, in South Africa and around the world.
Is the right to a healthy environment a human right? Several court cases, including Climate Case Ireland, are using this argument to make governments legally obliged to take action against climate change.
In Africa, Ethiopia is leading the way in peacekeeping, welcoming refugees from neighboring countries and implementing progressive social measures.
The #BlueForSudan movement has taken social media by storm in recent weeks. But is it really helping the people affected by the humanitarian crisis in Sudan? Rose Aydin reports.
Thousands of protesters in Sudan were violently broken up by military forces, leaving over a hundred people dead and many more injured.
This World Refugee Day, the UN reminds us that wealthy countries need to double their efforts to support refugees globally, as 86% of the refugees worldwide are hosted by developing countries.
Women and girls are major targets of sexual violence in conflict, despite United Nations measures being put in place nearly 20 years ago.