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Journalists on climate change (part 2)

12/14/2008 | Panos London

Part two of our films from Poznan in Poland where journalists there as part of the Climate Change Media Partnership speak about how climate change is affecting their home countries and how journalism can help.

Danger money

11/03/2006 | Panos London

An estimated 700,000 Nepalis work overseas, but unskilled workers often take on difficult and dangerous jobs to fulfil their dreams.

Water is sacred

09/20/2006 | Panos London

In Nepal giving people water is regarded as a virtue while taking money for water can be seen as a sin. Sharathchandra R reports. 

I want his bones

09/20/2006 | Panos London

Thousands have been killed or abducted by Maoist rebels and government security forces during their battles in Nepal. Now the government has agreed to reveal the whereabouts of missing citizens. 

Students tune in

07/10/2006 | Panos London

In Nepal, many of those who fail high school exams are girls and those from underprivileged rural areas. But one radio initiative is helping students catch up and improve results. 

The unfinished highway

07/06/2006 | Panos London

Nepal has been building a highway to link the Karnali region in the north-west with the rest of the country. The people of Karnali are determined to finish it.

Women push forward

07/06/2006 | Panos London

Although Nepal’s national plan for economic development and poverty reduction views women's advancement as key, most women remain untouched by government efforts towards equality. 

A widow’s tale

02/10/2005 | Panos London

In Nepal Radhika Adhikary tells reporter Manisha Aryal about the hostility she suffered after her husband died of Aids, and about how she fought back. 

Modern-day slaves pay a high price for freedom

04/19/2004 | Panos London

The government of Nepal has liberated 100,000 bonded labourers. Now many of them say they want to go back to bonded labour. Deepa Rai finds out why. 

T is for Talking

11/28/2003 | Panos London

Rajiv Kafle in Kathmandu, Nepal, contracted HIV when he was 20 through sharing needles. Now he runs a support group – and leads a very sociable life. 

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