It is a drama that families hope they will never have to face: the disappearance of a child. Amid the panic and the stress it is crucial that a
Numerous organisations across Europe are attempting to reduce the number of cases of missing children. Right On spoke to two NGOs who run the
When a family is looking for a missing child it is important that all search methods are explored. Many are forced to turn to novel methods to keep
Uganda: corporal punishment
Maintaining control in the classroom is essential but some methods of keeping order are controversial.
Chris Burns: “The Council of Europe’s Human Rights Commissioner, Thomas Hammarberg, wraps up his six year term at the end of this month and he’s
An insulin syringe has become a vital part of life for a growing number of people, but why is the incidence of diabetes increasing? And how can
Insulin-dependent diabetes is on the rise all around the world, but the cause of this disease remains unclear.
There is a theory, however, that
Party killjoy? Or justified safety cop? The European Union draws ridicule and criticism for a recent toy-warning that kids under eight should not
This week in U talk, our internet question comes from 10-year-old Laure in France.
She asks: “When I was little, my mummy kept saying that toy
From Thailand to Cuba, Brazil to Morocco, sex-tourism is lucrative. Websites hawk erotic escapes while authorities in impoverished lands are tempted