Cambridge University is advertising the ideal job for people who like to play around at work. Applications from those working in the field of play and playfulness are particularly welcome.
Child sexual abuse is a global problem, which is why police around the world are working to identify and rescue the victims.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Muslim girls in Switzerland must attend mixed school swimming lessons.
We spoke to the man who heads INTERPOL's Vulnerable Communities unit, Mick Moran about the challenges of policing child sex abuse online.
A terminally-ill British boy was given a heartwarming boost after a ‘goal’ for his beloved Sunderland won a prestigious prize.
Thousands of people watched angels flying down from a church tower during the last Advent weekend Christmas market in Ustek, in Northern Bohemia on Saturday.
This footage was captured by a resident of west Aleppo, the side controlled by forces loyal to Syrian president Bashar Assad even before the latest
A group of young Afghan men and women gather on a hill outside Kabul to practice a variety of freestyle cycling tricks they have learnt from online videos via YouTube, Facebook and other social…
Asian education systems have come out on top in the OECD’s latest PISA global survey.
A father has been jailed for life for intentionally leaving his toddler son to die inside a sweltering sports-utility vehicle (SUV).
Finland and Estonia are among the best countries in the EU for education, according to new rankings by the OECD.
In Ambohidratimo, a town some 15 kilometres from the Madagascan capital, a reintegration centre receives 150 children and teenagers night and day.
‘Lion’ is based on the true story of Saroo Brierley, who got separated from his family in India as a young boy and ended being adopted by an Australian couple.
French Education Minister Najat Vallaud Belkacem spells out her hopes for the future of the country's education systemHas France looked at education systems in other European countries and how will reforms affect the prospects of pupils in the future when they leave school?
Has France looked at education systems in other European countries and how will reforms affect the prospects of pupils in the future when they leave school?
One of the specifics of the Dutch system is that primary school education starts at the early age of four and lasts until the age of twelve. In the "Windmill School", first thing in the morning, the p
France has been ranked number one among developed countries when it comes to inequalities in its school system. Valerie Zabriskie reports on what went wrong in the country of "Liberté, Egalité et Fr
Thousands took to the streets in Turkey to protest against a bill proposed by the ruling party, which critics say would legalise rape.
Video footage uploaded on social media purports to show two children being rescued from the rubble of damaged buildings allegedly in Yaqid al Adas, in Aleppo…
A report by a leading medical NGO has found that migrants are struggling to access proper healthcare across Europe.
Greece's Migration Minister has denounced the Visegrad Four for 'refusing to participate' in the relocation of migrant minors.
With Europe’s migrant crisis having sparked a shutdown of borders, thousands of people fleeing conflict and poverty have been left stranded in Greece.
French authorities moved about 1,600 unaccompanied underage migrants from the site of the demolished Calais refugee camp
Up to 200 children spent the night at a makeshift school on the edge of the Calais ‘jungle’ after spending the previous night sleeping rough.
Hundreds of migrants including unaccompanied children are still said to be in the camp in Calais known as ‘the Jungle’, a day after French officials declared that it had been…