Sexuality remains a field of conflict in many countries. LGBTI activists hoped for a promising new development agenda. So far, they remain disappointed.
Travelling with an armchair certainly presents some challenges. But it results in the very best stories.
The genre cumbia is not as well-known around the world as salsa or reggaeton. Yet it is considered the more authentic music.
While the discovery of oil means revenues for governments, local residents are displaced and often left in despair. The story of Sabina, an Ugandan widow.
Female politican Shukira Barakzai talks about enduring traditions, misguided policies and bomb attacks.
DDD’s 19th issue explores how people around the world share hopes for love, peace, health, money and joy.
Repair Cafés offer room for fixing your bike and exchanging knowledge over coffee – and thus tackle sustainable development on the local level.
Tepito is Mexico City’s most notorious quarter. While the media generally focuses on violence and crime, Francisco Mata portrays the barrio’s inhabitants.
VAUDE is increasingly known for its sustainable production. They started in a niche but might be the trendsetters. An interview with CEO, Antje von Dewitz.
Why are we so afraid of "good" marketing, PR and communication in social business?
Testing textile firms: mainstream retailer H&M versus niche player hessnatur - who is more sustainable?
Ethical fashion is strutting its way across the catwalks of the world's style capitals.
Ethical fashion conquers the world couture capital Paris: Good-bye hippe hemp sack, hello haute couture!
Ever since the tragedy of Rana Plaza, poor working conditions have increased in visibility. But do the huge labels really keep their fair production promises?
A novel way in which popular media is used in enhancing education
Our global society is a history of injustices. How can we take responsibility for the past?
Cities have never prospered as much as they have over the past couple of decades.
Uganda’s tech industry is booming – health apps being one successful part of it, but funding is still challenging.
Thinking about Bali, a tropical holiday island comes in mind. But the touristic paradise is not paradisical for its inhabitants at all.
In areas with high numbers of illiterate information and education is shared via pictures.
Founding and maintaining a university in sub-Saharan Africa can be quite a “juggling act” – but is vital for the continent.
Sports as a Tool For Conflict Transformation And Prevention In Sri Lanka
Riots, pyrotechnics, racist slogans – football fans may often appear violent and nationalistic.
Campaigns for Sustainable Sourcing And Responsible Employment at London 2012
Skateistan was the very first to introduce skateboarding as a sport in Afghanistan.
Supporting youngsters through sport programmes has become a part of South Africa's policies.
Sport for Development can be a great tool – if it is targeted.
What does skating have to do with art?
Women' soccer in Palestine: Despite the checkpoints and the war, palestinian soccer players pass a message of freedom.
Some say music can change the world. Hip-hop music definitely does, according to Ben Herson.
Syria: Art can be a weapon when journalists are forced to shut up.
Sustainability is a key concept of the Post-2015 Agenda. Australian designer Leyla Acaroglu provides a fun and refreshing approach on how to implement it.
Centuries of history, Indian gods and transgender pilgrims: The annual Koothandavar Festival in South India is tolerant, colourful and, at times, violent.
Can we hope for a better world? Many American writers envision the upcoming world, but their novels are full of skepticism and fears.
Despite the cruel face of the Syrian war artist Diala Brisly refuses to give up hope. With her art she paints another story.
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