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When garments catch fire

09/01/2003 | Panos London

Working conditions are still appalling for the women working in Dhaka's garment factories, making chain store clothes for the West. Pratap Chatterjee reports. 

Men living as women

09/01/2003 | Panos London

Colourful drag acts are part of mainstream tourism in Havana, but how easy is it for men to live openly as women? Thembi Mutch reports. 

Schoolgirls overcome harassment

08/08/2003 | Panos London

Christine Otieno talks to girls in Nebbi, Uganda, whose education has been affected by sexual harassment, both in school and in their communities. 

Will children buy into Kenya’s free schooling?

06/27/2003 | Panos London

120 million primary school age children don't go to school. Dan Teng'o finds out why children in Kenya have stayed away and asks if free schooling is the answer.  

The traumatised children of Gaza

06/13/2003 | Panos London

Professor of Child Psychiatry Panos Vostanis outlines the psychological problems facing the children he met on a visit to the Gaza strip.  

The mountain that ate people’s lives

04/24/2003 | Panos London

Former miner, Braulio Mamani, takes us down into the silver mines of Bolivia where generations of his family have worked out their lives. 

Landless women

09/11/2002 | Panos London

In Zimbabwe's controversial land redistribution programme, women still have no rights. Emmanuel Koro meets some female farmers campaigning for change. 

Young and old among the Lango

12/08/2001 | Panos London

In Uganda, young and old men used to meet before hunting sessions. Today, hunting is dying out, but men still meet to discuss manhood – and the dangers of AIDS. 

Macho young men in Sao Paolo

11/30/2001 | Panos London

In Brazil, many young men strongly believe that they need to be macho. The HIV infection rate is falling but among women it's rising. Joao Paulo Charleaux hears why. 

Injecting HIV in Odessa

11/28/2001 | Panos London

In Ukraine, young men sharing infected needles to inject drugs are driving the AIDS epidemic. Natalya Bakaeva meets Igor, a young HIV positive heroin addict who talks about risk. 

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