With her creative videos, Hodan Naleyeh showed the world another side of Somalia, far from the war cliches. Last month, she was killed in a terrorist attack. On international day for the remembrance of victims of terrorism, our editor Cassie tells us her story.
A year ago, Greta Thunberg staged her first school strike for climate in front of the Swedish government buildings. Little did she know that she would spark a worldwide movement and mobilise millions of young people around the issue of climate change. Criofan Morrison tells us her story.
Tommy Gilsenan reviews the Man Booker Prize story set during the Troubles.
Rising inequalities and decrease in foreign aid funding are to blame for a rise in world hunger, writes Amyrose Forder.
The public influence the entertainment they get, and we should use this to promote films that give a voice to people who are usually denied a platform to share their opinion, writes Priscilla Obilana.
With a thought-provoking and graphic video for her new song God Control, pop star Madonna set herself on a mission to raise awareness about gun control, but found criticism on the way.
Cryptocurrencies give citizens a new power on the money system – but States are fighting back. Priscilla Obilana reports on the new trend.
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.
After the House of Commons voted in favor of abortion rights in Northern Ireland, abortion rights activists must keep the pressure on the political establishment, writes Ollie Bell.