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
Invited to speak at a conference in Algiers on women’s empowerment, social entrepreneur Greta Rossi reflects on the issue of gender inequality and invites women and girls around the world to find [...]
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
A new scheme aims to improve the lives of homeless people while making use of old laptops
Does the performance of the Fairphone 2 match its ethical credentials?
Rather than waiting around to see what happens at the Paris climate talks in December, a group of European creatives got together and came up with some low-tech solutions to the world's [...]
A smart scientific method of voting observation, Quick Count, is being used in Nigeria to weed out corruption ahead of the country’s controversial elections. Aamna Mohdin talks to the group [...]