Education the key for one of the world's oldest civilisations
How the survival of an ancient religious community rests on the hopes of Iraq’s first Catholic university.
Witchcraft beliefs: the bid to stop the harmful practices that lead to mutilation, torture and death
Workshop on witchcraft and human rights paving the way for greater support for people with albinism.
Tahir's incredible journey from war-torn Afghanistan
The moment one Afghani refugee knew he would become a nurse.
Beyond biology - the art and science of preventing disease
Life as a medical technologist involves a lot more than labs and test tubes. Mariah Valdehueza takes her skills into the field.
From persecution to prosperity for Iraqi-born schoolteacher
Shamiran arrived in Australia as a refugee with only a few words of English. A decade later, she teaches low socio-economic youth.
Working for the cause, not the applause
Keeping Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Princess Mary informed is part of the deal for human rights advocate Sheneli Dona.
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