10/23/2012 | Lilly Peel
Uganda Speaks gives Ugandans a platform to tell their side of the story as well giving people a chance to highlight stories of positive change. Founder Javie Ssozi spoke to Lilly Peel, about KONY2012 and about how mobiles and social media are giving people the power to tell their own story.
08/23/2012 | Lilly Peel
Would a tax on mobile phones boost or hamper development? Are governments spending the tax that they do raise wisely? What can ordinary citizens do to hold their governments to account? Read on to find out.
03/08/2012 | Machrine Birungi
As part of the Breaking Barriers series, we spoke to Rebecca Namayanja, who is taking on the traditionally male-dominated job of being a fisherwoman in Uganda.
11/04/2011 | Panos London
This week we had a series of features published in the Swedish national newspaper Svenska Dagbladet to coincide with the birth of the world’s seven billionth baby.
10/12/2011 | Panos London
In response to recent reports on food security and concerns about famine, Panos London today launched a new case study series, Hungry in the City, which investigates the effects of food price hikes and rising inflation on people’s ability to find food for themselves and their families.
10/12/2011 | Panos London
Hungry in the City is a collection of stories from people in developing countries around the world who explain how they are surviving in an era of higher food prices, inflation and hunger.
08/03/2011 | Tania Ghosh
Tax and governance issues hit primetime airways in Uganda as a result of a workshop bringing journalists and researchers together.
05/13/2011 | Panos London
Several of our journalists involved in Panos London’s Linking Southern Journalists with European Media (LSJ) project have had stories published in European newspapers this month, including an article on the death of Osama bin Laden filed from Abbottabad where the al-Qaeda founder had been hiding.
04/06/2011 | Panos London
Panos London presents six case studies of women who are defying stereotypes to tackle poverty and gender inequality in developing countries.
03/06/2011 | Panos London
Economic pressures are encouraging more women to challenge taboos and find success in roles traditionally held by men in some developing countries, says Mark Wilson, Executive Director of Panos London. To mark the centenary year of International Women’s Day on March 8, Panos London has produced a case study media pack profiling extraordinary women from around the world who have taken on roles previously deemed just for men.