There were seven of us. And the biggest compliment I have ever received was one for all of us. The… Read more World map
When I was in Bolivia last year, I was faced with an ethical dilemma: to visit a mine or not… Read more To tourist Bolivian mines or not to tourist?
The man in the picture above is named Warson. The little girl he’s holding is his daughter, Hawaou. At first… Read more Small gestures for gender equality
‘Four of my friends died on the street. Three of them as victims of violence, one overdosing on painkillers.’ Zeinabou (19)… Read more ‘Street life seemed so perfect’
‘They were many, the Boko Haram terrorists,’ Hadjara (45) remembers. ‘They were like mosquitos.’ She talks about April 25, 2015,… Read more ‘Boko Haram burned down our homes’
Bosso, a city in south-east Niger, faced a brutal attack from Boko Haram a few months ago. The attackers knew… Read more ‘Terror threats make people inventive’
‘Did you like Nigeria?’ The question that’s been asked me the most since I’ve returned from Niger. This proves how little is know about a country that according the the United Nations (UN) is one of the least developed countries in the world.
Roma children’s right to education, a basic children’s right, is being violated in Belgium. At least that’s what Elias Hemelsoet thinks,… Read more ‘When I’m fifteen, I’ll marry and quit school’