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Nepalis take on America to initiate abortion reform

02/01/2002 | Panos London

The Nepali Parliament has proposed a radical change in law, which, if approved, will legalise abortion for the first time. The move has the backing of several large nongovernmental groups.

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. 

Young and old in an age of ageing

11/14/2001 | Panos London

Teenagers in Ghana, Northern Ireland, Romania and Russia tell us what they think it means to be old and how they feel about old people in their own lives. 

Child labour ‘not linked to poverty’ say experts

09/15/2001 | Panos London

A surprising study has shown that Pakistani children of landless farm labourers are more likely to attend school than their neighbours from large, landowning families.

Young men and HIV

07/01/2001 | Panos London

This report argues that AIDS-prevention programmes must target young men as well as young women because their behaviour and attitude to risk will have a significant influence on the epidemic. 

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