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Ecological transition

Energy partnerships for the ecological transition

The so-called just transition is expensive. Rich countries need to support poorer ones.

Burundi

A hot lunch at school

Burundi tries to fight the worst hunger and keep youngsters in school by providing school meals

Indigenous identity

Indigenous people make themselves heard through art

In an exhibition at the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum in Cologne, Indigenous Australians show their cultural diversity, history and identity

Child poverty

The harsh reality of street children in Brazil

Homelessness is a considerable problem in Brazil. Very young children are affected too, and their rights are massively violated

Kenya

Homosexuals are still discriminated against in Kenya

Kenya’s LGBTQ community has scored several significant victories in the courts, further cementing the legal grounds for the protection of queers

World Bank study

Migration as a powerful force for development

World Bank development report presents policymakers with solutions for managing global migration

Women’s rights in Algeria

Women stand up against femicide

After several brutal cases of femicide, many women in Algeria no longer want to put up with discrimination and violence

Urban housing

“A story of abandonment”

A devastating fire killed 77 of the poorest residents of Johannesburg, fuelling discussions about urban housing conditions in South Africa. In this interview, human-rights expert Nomzamo Zondo talks about the political and social context of the catastroph

Children

Why pre-school education matters

In prosperous countries, pre-school education is very common. Here are the reasons

Language learning

Neglected language support in German nursery schools

In many German nursery schools, language learning is not a big focus. This particularly affects children with a history of migration

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