Born in an age of uncertainty, young people in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Ukraine and Georgia reflect on patriotism, freedom and opportunity.
Women remain vastly and globally underrepresented in STEM, comprising only 28% of scientific researchers in the world.
A new cross-border initiative will allow Afghan women to study and graduate from universities in the neighbouring Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
Electric cars, wind-farms, generators that convert air into drinking water: From Montenegro to Uzbekistan, this photo essay shows what climate action looks like on the ground.
Threats and vulnerabilities of people towards discrimination, exclusion and violence remain high. Here are six major human rights problems that we are seeing.
What makes us who we are? Are we simply a sum of our experiences? Are we what society sees in us or do we get to define ourselves? These are stories of people and societies working to define and redefine their identities, attempting to carve out a space for themselves in the process.

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are excluded from society

19%

of youth are unemployed

1.4 million

are living with HIV

88%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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