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 (...) +
In Palestine groups of children, some as young as 10, regularly attack the Israeli military by throwing stones at them and shouting ‘Free Palestine’. It may not sound like much but soldiers are often injured and one (...) +
Dheisheh refugee camp, West Bank.
Between the settlements and the wall the here men lack air and space. Like all the children from this camp, Tamer dreams of liberating his country and takes his cues from the (...) +
Kelly Mock is an English teacher but with the long lines of students waiting for the chance to get her autograph she looks more like a pop star. In Hong Kong competition between students is fierce and so many have (...) +
Every year, Esther helps deliver 500 babies in Uganda. Since she started working as a midwife, the mortality rate in her district has decreased. Her clinic is financed by an NGO and even though it is free, she still (...) +
A childless Canadian couple end up on a rollercoaster ride to adopt five Ukrainian siblings.
The children are separated when only the adoption of the two middle sisters goes through. When the siblings are re-united (...) +
This documentary investigates the events of March 2011, the eve of the Syrian revolution. As all over the world there is graffiti on the walls here, the difference is that here it is overtly political; ‘Liberty and (...) +
Michael is 15 and works as a milkman three nights a week. 13 year old Giovanni serves coffee eight hours a day. 13 year old Juliana works out in the fields ten hours a day. They are in England, Italy, Bulgaria. (...) +