A family tries to live by the seasons instead of by the clock, leaving the comforts of home for the remote Yukon wilderness.
Marion Cloete and her family devote their lives to helping South African children orphaned by AIDS and violence.
A Syrian-Armenian girl discovers her father's plans of leaving the place she had come to call home.
Intimate portrait of the lives of five refugee kids during their first year in a Red Cross refugee school in Denmark.
A young Sahrawi refugee gets the chance to experience a whole new world away from home.
13 year old Luis lives on the Maracaibo Lake, one of the main oil reserves in Venezuela, and dreams of entering the local boat race
When a Yemeni boy finds a key to the empty mansion down the street, he lets himself and his imagination run wild in the big house.
An evil mayor's plans threaten lush gardens and a blue tiger–can two children stop him using just their imagination?
The children of Calcutta's red light district discover photography in this tribute to the resiliency of childhood, and the restorative power of art.
Sonko boxed her way from the Kariobangi slum in Nairobi all the way to the Kenyan national women's team. Now she is training the next generation of female boxers, giving them confidence and leadership along the way.
An 11 year-old-girl living in Taliban-controlled Kabul must disguise herself as a boy to ensure her family’s survival.
An understanding of what bullshit in the media is all about
On her first day at a new school, a self conscious young girl learns that friendship can overcome difference.
A young woman’s perspective about living with albinism
A new generation of Morocco studying to be Muslim leaders–the Morchidat, or spiritual leaders–campaign against early marriage and encourage women's education.
An Indian mother tries to hold her child's traffickers to account
Two years since her arrest made her an accidental superhero of the Umbrella Movement, the infamous ‘Chalk Girl’, now 16, must decide whether to rejoin the battle for Hong Kong’s democracy.
When three journalists uncover the links between the West's favourite chocolate bars and child slavery in Africa, they try to change the system – one chocolate bar at a time.
Can small people, in small places, doing small things, change the world?