Par Munor Kabondo Kinshasa, capitale de la République Démocratique du Congo, a été au centre des échauffourées qui ont éclaté lundi..
Ph. Munor Kabondo. *English Translation below Par Munor Kabondo « Au moins 87 cas d’attaques contre les journalistes et contre..
By: Jared Knoll ARUSHA – Hope can be hard to come by for children in Sub-Saharan Africa, but one Tanzanian man has gone back to his..
By: Jared Knoll “I believe that this young, brave and educated generation can make change in society and make the world a better..
By: Carolyn Thompson and John Van Dusen ACCRA – More Ghanaians die from diseases related to diarrhea than any other cause of death,..
By: Carolyn Thompson and John Van Dusen ANKASA – Ghana’s cocoa farmers say purchasers are stealing from them using improperly..
By: Jared Knoll ZANZIBAR – Working for human rights is not the exclusive domain of the 30 per cent of our world that is dry land. In the..
By: Jared Knoll ARUSHA – Environmental pollution is a burgeoning problem in East Africa, from toxic landfills to widespread..
By Rosella Chibambo
While Tanzania is not the most dangerous place in the world to be a journalist, there are serious, and sometimes deadly, challenges to..
On Tuesday, the world celebrates Human Rights Day, and the 65th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Click here to see..
ARUSHA – On the fringes of a small Tanzanian village called Tengeru lie buried 150 Polish war refugees, who did their best to make a..
By: Carolyn Thompson ACCRA – A naval worker whose life jacket malfunctioned was swept away by strong currents after the life boat he..
Par Charlène Taty Kinshasa, RDC – Le travail des enfants prend de plus en plus de l’ampleur en République Démocratique du Congo..
By Adam Bemma ARUSHA, Tanzania – Meet Martha Mganga. She’s a 50-year-old Tanzanian woman with albinism. She’s not afraid to use..
By GARRETT BARRY Abramz Tekya remembers sneaking into his uncle’s bathroom when he was a boy, picking up a toothbrush, and lip syncing..
Audrey Folliot | Network Coordinator Lawyer Benjamin Ferencz once wrote: “There can be no peace without justice, no justice without law,..
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Eric White | Contributor Like many young philanthropists, Morgan Wienberg of Whitehorse, Yukon, was a teenager who wanted to make a..
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by SANDRA FERRARI Community radio stations in Ghana are fighting to expand but so far the airwaves are being blocked Community radio..
by JOSÉE ST-ONGE The Naxi Youth in China are seeing high drop-out rates. In Canada, First Nations people are facing the same problems...
Tamil across the country are fighting cultural misconceptions on many fronts. as war rages in their own country, Tamil Canadians are..
by RAQUEL FLETCHER Unearthing corruption in Ghana means pursuing the stories that count. Despite challenges some Takordi journalist refuse..
By EMILY COOK PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA – The Tshwane Medical Clinic received more than food parcels today, as a team from organization Hope..
by Chris Tse Children with Mental Disabilities in Ghana are being abandoned by parents and the government M’Adyoa was just three years..
By Robin Pierro Robin Pierro shares one of her experiences from filming a documentary in Kibera, Kenya. Her documentary, “The Voice of..
By Kallee Lins International media including the New York Times and The Guardian praised Ghana’s latest elections in 2008 as being..
By Ashley Grzybowski Lunch is served to students at the Biihe Primary School in Ghana’s Upper West. For many of the students, this will..
Ghana’s investment in organic farming could transform the country’s agriculture sector and improve the country’s economy dramatically..
In summer 2010 three Canadian students travelled to Ghana with the jhr university internship. Along with interning at a local radio station..
Craig Kielburger’s been fighting for children since he was a child himself BY KATIE HYSLOP Twelve-year-old Craig Kielburger was looking..
Canada’s oldest social housing project creates obstacles for the youth of Toronto’s inner city BY ANDREW RUSK The eastbound ride..
BY KAREN MOXLEY A tent the size of a small cabin seemed starkly out of place in the quiet, carpeted entrance of the University of British..
BY VINITA BIJUR The classroom is abuzz with energy and excitement.Students laugh loudly and make grinding sounds as they move their..
BY JODIE MARTINSON William Pioth was 32 years old when he went backto visit for the first time in 2008. After the long flight from..
PHOTO ESSAY BY TREVOR SNAPP “At first I felt great sniffing glue. I felt I could do anything; nowI feel nothing.” Sergio has been..
BY YASUKO THANH PHOTO ILLUSTRATIONS BY JORGE AMIGO I throw all of my money onto Jesse Diamond’s lap, his Hugo Boss pants. It’s called..
by Tamara Ramusovic It has been said over and over: never again. Yet, once again a deadly conflict rages and thousands are being..
By: Allie Morse Think of ten friends. Now imagine four are dying. This is how HIV/AIDS is ravishing Khayelitsha, South Africa’s fastest..
by Dustin Milligan “Everything on the earth has a purpose, every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the..