Life in shame explores the fate of women in the Democratic Republic of Congo and in Ethiopia, who are suffering from fistula, a rapture in the bladder or the rectum, that causes incontinence of urine and feces.
Many young people nowadays pose the question where they want their life to take them. The answers are countless and diverse, but at the same time socially and politically predetermined.
The current socio-economic crisis in Europe poses questions that are difficult to answer. Possibly the most urgent question of them all is being asked by young Europeans from Portugal to Romania, from Malta to Finland.
Being lesbian or bisexual still signifies harsh living conditions in modern China. Since 1997 it is not longer illegal to be homosexual and in 2001 homosexuality has even been removed from the Ministry of Health's list of mental illnesses. But despite all
In recent years, the German youth welfare service has been confronted with a growing number of young adults who cannot cope with their life due to their biographical background. A mix of different external factors often leads to attract attention of the y
There are currently 8 Million Roma living as a national minority among 300 other ethnic minorities in the European Union.