In multicultural areas of the Belgian capital, an education project is drawing on family history to foster understanding and integration. Veronique Mistiaen investigates
More than 30 years since its inception, the US-led ‘war on drugs’ has done little to slow the rate of drug dependence and misuse around the world, and even less to address the causes. Ahead of the UN special session on the global drug problem in New York this week, Lauren Razavi speaks to five leaders in the field championing alternative approaches
As tribal communities around the world fight for recognition of their traditional territories, one Maasai activist is being recognised for pioneering a new legal strategy founded on collective ownership
Increasingly businesses want to be more ethical, believes Business in the Community marketplace director Charlotte West, who argues that some of its members are prioritising purpose alongside profit
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Editor-in-chief Seán Dagan Wood introduces issue 85 of Positive News
The 25 April 2015 earthquake that struck Nepal was its worst natural disaster since 1934, killing more than 8,000 people. Katy Dartford treks through the country to see how it is rebuilding, and how tourism can aid the recovery
With half the world’s population expected to be online by 2019, technology could play an important role in getting people more involved in democracy and politics