It has been branded ‘cultural policing’ and an attack on free speech, but some believe in the right to ban people from speaking in certain circumstances
Aaron Millar chats with Bruce Poon Tip, bestselling author, award-winning travel company founder and friend of the Dalai Lama, about his new book, Do Big Small Things, which challenges people to [...]
Anonymous developers have released an app called Gershad to help young Iranians avoid the Gashte Ershad, known as ‘morality police’, who patrol the country’s streets daily
Responsible travel advocates Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott explore what ‘freedom to travel’ means to them
Both Iran and Saudi Arabia are moving towards relaxing some of the strict laws on women's freedom, which are prevalent throughout much of the Middle East
What would you do if you could do anything? Jamie Bowlby-Whiting asked himself the same question and decided he wanted to be ... a pirate
Brazil’s groundbreaking Marco Civil da Internet law recognises that growth and prosperity are dependent on a technologically advanced society – how long until other countries realise the same?
Caspar Walsh takes us through a transformative weekend of writing and wilderness with five young prisoners
The Paddington Arts team of 120 young people took to the streets of London for the 2008 Notting Hill Carnival.
When organic farmer Nick Rebbeck became aware of children's lack of contact with the food chain, he worked to set up a project that would teach children about food and farming.
The global launch is taking place in Sao Paul,Brazil on February 25, 2005 and on March 8, International Women's Day, the World March of Women is launching the Women's Global Charter for Humanity.
Living Values education programme offers a wide variety of experiential activities and ways of enabling children all over the world to explore key values such as peace, respect, freedom and [...]
In the five years of its existence, Al-Jazeera has become the most watched satellite channel in the Arab world and has infuriated every government from Libya to Kuwait. What draws the viewers is [...]
Today, when I listen to the violence couched in defence of freedom' rhetoric, I feel compelled to let you know that terrorism is often bred of terror ñ an act of violence carried out by a person [...]