Didem Tali is a freelance multimedia journalist specializing into international development affairs. She reports about economic affairs, gender, and the environment from Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. She holds a Master’s Degree in media, communication, and development from the London School of Economics.
Amidst conservative pressures and security concerns, transgender women in Istanbul, Turkey, celebrate their beauty.
Female puppet masters challenge gender roles and bring awareness about health and trafficking issues to rural villages surrounding Myanmar’s former royal capital.
Female-led mine clearance communities in the Cambodian province of Battambang risk their lives every day to rid the earth of landmines that continue to take thousands of lives.
Millions of women in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo spend their lives with sexual assaults, high maternal mortality risks and no prospects in the camps for internally displaced people.
Many initiatives intend to make India’s urban poor benefit from the solar power boom.