A Syrian filmmaker has made a documentary about the Greek ‘island heroes’ at the frontline of the refugee crisis, some of whom have been nominated for the Nobel peace prize
Starting your own social enterprise at 17 may have its challenges, but Malawi-born Ellen Chilemba says careful listening and involving the community can yield positive results
In 2006, the people of Ashton Hayes banded together to tackle climate change. A decade on, they have cut their carbon emissions almost in half and leaders from far and wide are stopping by to learn more
Editor of EcoHustler magazine, Matt Mellen, reflects on the lessons learned for local action at the recent CEAL-Festival – a Europe-wide celebration of social enterprise
As many as one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage, but it is still not your average dinner table topic. More women are breaking the silence but what is it like for expectant fathers? Gareth Watkins shares his story
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Editor-in-chief Seán Dagan Wood introduces issue 86 of Positive News
Hundreds of men have shared photos on social media of themselves wearing headscarves to draw attention to Iranian women being forced to cover their hair in public
Are quotas the best way to improve gender diversity in positions of power? Consensus can be tougher than conflict. We present a complicated issue to two thought leaders and ask them to respond to each other’s views.
South African schoolgirls are helping to create Africa’s first privately-funded satellite in an effort to reset the gender balance in maths and technology