The market for human research has not escaped the financial crisis: French companies testing new medicine have seen a 20% average fall in activity. As in many other affected industries around the world today, the (...) +
More and more children today are being raised by single mothers. In the event of divorce or separation it is the mother that will keep the children in 86% of cases. We meet three women who are raising their (...) +
Despite being the home of the world’s most famous and ancient sex manual, the Kama Sutra, India is nowadays a nation afraid to talk openly about sex. Thanks to colonial rule by stuffy Victorians and religious leaders (...) +
Thirteen years after her first documentary film, Ukrainian Brides, director Nili Tal revisited the brides who were married to Israeli men.
How Natasha managed to built her unique Villa in Kherson? When and why Vera (...) +
Dheisheh refugee camp, West Bank. Over 13,000 people live in 1.5 square km. One of them is eleven year old Tamer.
Like all the children from this camp, Tamer dreams of liberating his country and plays at being a (...) +
It is one of the biggest mysteries of our time: Are we alone in the universe? Now, scientists have now taken up the hunt for real aliens. Since 1977, a golden gramophone record has been travelling through space. The (...) +
Every year in India, at least a thousand young people are murdered by their own families for falling in love with the wrong person. For these lovers, who shun arranged marriages for love matches, there is only one (...) +
“My experience with time by now is limited to the one feeling – I don’t have enough.”
It’s a paradox. Never before have we worked more efficiently. Never before have we saved time with more sophisticated technologies. (...) +