Social entrepreneur Jerry Lockspeiser describes how his new book helps take the confusion out of wine, while helping create lasting change in Sierra Leone
The official pardon offered posthumously to Alan Turing for his conviction of 'gross indecency' is to be extended to thousands of gay and bisexual men in England and Wales
Recent racial unrest in the US has bloomed into a different kind of protest. ‘Black banking’ is emerging as a tool of empowerment for communities in America, and further afield
The Native American-led protest camp at Standing Rock in the US has come to symbolise much more than environmental rights. Could it offer lessons for how we live and connect with others?
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Editor-in-chief Seán Dagan Wood introduces issue 87 of Positive News
Nineteen-year-old Sonita Alizadeh was just 10 and an Afghan refugee in Iran when her parents first tried to sell her into marriage. Now, through defiantly eloquent rap music, she protests against the practice of child brides
Around the world, the dynamic between people and those appointed to keep the peace is often uneasy. Five experts suggest ways forward for better relations between police and the public
South African schoolgirls are helping to create Africa’s first privately-funded satellite in an effort to reset the gender balance in maths and technology
A Syrian filmmaker has made a documentary about the Greek ‘island heroes’ at the frontline of the refugee crisis, some of whom have been nominated for the Nobel peace prize
After fleeing for his life more than once, Kurdish refugee Salah Rasool found a new home in Wales. He offers advice to people who are new to the UK today