Women make up over half of the world's population. But millions of women around the globe continue to face formidable challenges in their daily lives. From violence and sexual abuse to workplace...
A look back at how the Japanese government repeatedly misinformed its public about the dangers of radiation from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
International Development Week (February 5-11) is an annual campaign that highlights the work of Canada's development community. This year’s theme is “We Make a Difference,” with a special...
‘My experience with My Arms Wide Open’s program was an eye opener. All those that participated had a different approach to life after attending the program.’
Keabetswe M., Resident of Bergnek
Human rights groups rallied at Canada's Mexican embassy yesterday after an opponent of Fortuna Silver was killed in Oaxaca state.
In Egypt, people who took part in the people's revolution at Tahrir Square feel a mix of freedom and trepidation for the future.
After the Arab Spring revolution, Egypt has struggled to find unity. A management consultant brings together religious and secular Egyptians to discuss their views.
"Tell her I came to say hi," a man told the journalist's sister – and showed her a gun.
In this VO exclusive, Karla Lottini tells the tale of her fight to lead a safe life in Canada.
Handmade crafts make great holiday presents, but how can Canadians ensure a genuine difference for a communities in developing countries? This story explores a Fair Trade co-operative in India.
Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman says Rep. Ron Paul's supporters are out of line with a web ad that uses images of Huntsman's adopted daughters from China and India to argue that he doesn...