Social entrepreneur Jerry Lockspeiser describes how his new book helps take the confusion out of wine, while helping create lasting change in Sierra Leone
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Agrochemical company Monsanto will be the subject of a ‘moral tribunal’ at The Hague
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The Positive News team celebrates four editions in the new format as a quarterly magazine
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Nineteen-year-old Sonita Alizadeh was just 10 and an Afghan refugee in Iran when her parents first tried to sell her into marriage. Now, through defiantly eloquent rap music, she protests against the practice of child brides
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After Colombian people voted to reject a peace deal for their country – racked by 52 years of war – one expert urges parties to hold their nerve and seek ways forward
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Issue 87 celebrates the power of words by reporting on efforts to preserve the world’s endangered languages
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A Syrian filmmaker has made a documentary about the Greek ‘island heroes’ at the frontline of the refugee crisis, some of whom have been nominated for the Nobel peace prize
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Starting your own social enterprise at 17 may have its challenges, but Malawi-born Ellen Chilemba says careful listening and involving the community can yield positive results
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