Full story - September 05, 2017
Plastic
If synthetic fibers are in tap water, they’re also likely in foods prepared with water, such as bread, pasta, soup and baby formula, researchers say.
Full story - August 12, 2015
Kids posing for a photo in the Eastern Samar province of the Philippines
During the last four decades, the number of international migrants has nearly tripled. Many countries in North America, Europe and Asia have created legal channels for foreign workers. Yet from country to country, governments treat the children of foreign workers as an unwanted burden. Frequently, the children of migrants have become part of a disconnected generation.
Full story - June 08, 2015
A woman in hiding at a shelter in Managua, Nicaragua
Whether you call it “domestic violence,” “partner violence” or “intimate partner violence” there is one key reality: It’s everywhere. Every country and every culture. Every faith. Every education and economic level. Old and young. Men and women. Of the 115 countries for which we aggregated the most recent data, the lowest prevalence rate is 5 percent. But 80 of these countries (just over two-thirds of them) have a rate at or above 20 percent. That means that, in many countries, at least one in five women have experienced violence at the hand of their partner.