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Free dinners and healthcare for Poland's homeless and needy
Volunteers in the Polish city of Krakow have served some 50,000 free Christmas dinners.
The Great Equaliser: One man helping pave the way to universal education
Leonardo Pinheiro from Education Above All outlines the way the charity is paving the way to helping provide universal education, helping children unlock their potential.
Christmas crisis: Scotland's food bank use surges ahead of holidays
The Scottish Government blames London for the cost of living crisis, but charities say Nicola Sturgeon's administration could be doing much more to help.
Inflation crisis: French students struggle to survive
In this episode of Witness, Valérie Gauriat sheds light on the impact soaring food prices and energy bills are having on France's student population.
Inside the UK's warm banks where people go to escape the cold
“Knowing that people were out there in the cold, we just couldn't bear it," said Kim Griffiths, a volunteer at the Elim warm bank. "We had to do something.”
Watch: Education offers hope in a Somalian refugee camp
In Mogadishu, the Somali capital, various refugee camps dot the sprawling metropolis. They’re mainly filled with people fleeing conflict in the country, between the government and Islamist groups. Education offers hope
Fuel prices have forced us to use energy more efficiently, IEA says
There’s still a way to go, however, if the world is to reach emissions targets by 2050 the International Energy Agency warns.
Spain's 'hunger queues' lengthen as soaring inflation hits the poor
One volunteer said he has seen mothers "stopping buying feminine hygiene products so they can feed their children".
Man who lived in Paris airport for 18 years dies
An Iranian man who lived for 18 years in Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport has died. Merhan Nasseri, who inspired the Steven Spielberg film, The Terminal, began to live at the airport due to being left in legal limbo, lacking residency papers.
Drugs and a 760-day power cut plague Europe’s biggest shantytown
The mishmash of shacks and brick and mortar just 15 kilometres from Madrid has been left in the dark since 2 October 2020.
Poverty increasing among Brazil's indigenous people
As Brazil's presidential run-off approaches, the country's indigenous people hope for improvement but fear nothing will change for them no matter who is elected
Russian strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure triggers power cuts
Russia has declared its intention to target Ukraine's power, water and other vital infrastructure in its latest phase of the war.
War sparks child poverty surge in eastern Europe and Russia — UNICEF
The UN children's fund says almost four million children in the region — three-quarters of them Russian — will go into poverty because of the war and the economic downturn.
Hundreds protest in Berlin as the cost of living continues to rise
As inflation and energy costs continue to rise, hundreds of people gathered in the German capital to call for more help from the government.
MEPs call for better funding to integrate and support Roma communities
A resolution has urged member states to address the poverty and discrimination faced by Roma people.
How is a Masterchef winner helping to reduce food poverty?
Kenny Tutt, the 2018 winner of UK Masterchef has teamed up with FoodCycle to help people learn how they can save food from the dump.
More Brits refuse to pay despite Truss’s €2,900 energy bills freeze
Almost 200,000 people have so far signed up to the Don't Pay movement, as UK energy bills soar by 97% in a year.
Thousands demand ouster of Haiti PM in new protest
Thousands of people in Haiti's capital and other major cities organized new protests on Wednesday to demand safer streets.
World has gone back five years in terms of human development, warns UN
"We have experienced disasters before, we have had conflicts before, but the confluence of what we are facing today is a major setback for the development of humanity,"
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Young people should get in touch with young migrants, says IOM chief
Whether it is to flee conflict, poverty, or persecution, millions are moving around the globe in unprecedented numbers, and the vast majority are young people. Find out more on Global Conversations with António Vitorino, Director General of the International Organization for Migration (IOM).