Severn Cullis-Suzuki reflects on her 1992 speech at the Rio Earth Summit, which has inspired millions, and offers advice to today’s young activists.
James Elder on Zimbabwe's NGO aid ban
UNICEF Zimbabwe’s James Elder explains how the government ban on humanitarian aid is affecting children and families.
Afghanistan coping with landmines
Dr. Mohammed Reza of the UN Mine Action Centre for Afghanistan discusses the ongoing problem of landmines in the country.
On International Mine Awareness Day, Afghanistan still copes with landmines
Roshan Khadivi explains how the Healthy School Initiative provides Afghan children with safe places to play.
Widespread damage and thousands displaced after violence in West Darfur
UNICEF Resident Project Officer Naqibullah Safi describes the situation in northern West Darfur.
Digital Diarist Chinyanta Chimba on HIV-prevention in Zambia
Digital Diarist Chinyanta Chimba, age 19, interviews young people in Zambia about HIV prevention.
PGM_168: Nepal schools
UNICEF Communications Specialist Sonia Yeo relates her visit to a madrasa in Nepal, where she talked with some of the female students.
PGM_167: Women and girls tell their stories through film and radio documentaries
Moderator Amy Costello interviews Ann Cotton, David Eberts and Joe Richman on storytelling about development and social issues.
PGM_166: Emmanuel Jal talks about growing up as a child soldier
Over a decade has passed since Sudanese hip hop star Emmanuel Jal was a child soldier. He survived to tell his story and is now an acclaimed international musician with a message of peace.
PGM_162: Women parliamentarians lead major changes in African politics
Parliamentarians Sylvie Kinigi of Burundi, Hon. Kate Kamba of Tanzania and Ambassador Joy Mukanyange of Rwanda share stories of breaking through their countries’ gender barriers.