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  • Underreported Stories: 11 Environmental Stories To Read This Earth Day

    From the heartbreaking story of the Iraqi ferry disaster, to the courageous Indonesian doctor saving her country from snakebites, this weekend take a deep dive into the longlisted entries for the One World Media Print Award 2020.

  • Underreported Stories: 11 Stories From Around The World To Read This Weekend

    From the heartbreaking story of the Iraqi ferry disaster, to the courageous Indonesian doctor saving her country from snakebites, this weekend take a deep dive into the longlisted entries for the One World Media Print Award 2020.

  • Underreported Stories: 11 Short Docs To Watch This Weekend

    We all need great stories right now. Stories to distract us. Stories to inform, inspire and challenge us. But most importantly, stories to connect us. This weekend, take a deep dive into the longlisted entries for the OWM Short Film Award 2020…

  • Staff Pick: After Shock

    It was 11.56am on April 25, 2015 when everything started shaking. A devastating earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit Nepal. Five hours later and thousands of miles away in Hampshire, the UK’s largest Nepalese community began to rally support.  Written by Joshua Smith     Q+A with the writer For our latest Staff Pick we are…

  • 5 underreported stories you should read this January

    Original and creative storytelling has the power to break down stereotypes, change the narrative and connect people from different cultures. This January catch up on some of our favourite underreported stories from the past year.   From an all-female police squad in Jaipur to cough syrup addiction in Nigeria, these stories highlight underreported issues or…

  • Staff Pick: Forensic Nurses – Fighting Sex Crimes in South Africa

    Forensic nurses assist victims of sexual crimes in South Africa, through counselling, physical examinations and testifying against perpetrators. Despite their high success rate in convicting rapists and abusers, forensic nursing as a profession faces extinction. Directed by Simisola Jolaoso     Q+A with the filmmaker For this month’s Staff Pick spotlight, we are thrilled to…

  • Staff Pick: Living the Chinese Dream

    For years the Chinese city of Yiwu has welcomed business-savvy Syrians, Yemenis, Libyans and Iraqis, but without laws recognising refugees many of the city’s migrants are worried about how long they will be able to stay in what has become their second home. Directed by Shanshan Chen     Q+A with the filmmaker For this…

  • Staff Pick: Love in the Factories

    Pressured into conforming to heterosexual expectations, LGBT women seek refuge by going to work in Cambodia’s garment factories. Directed by Eve Watling     Q+A with the filmmaker For the first of our monthly Staff Pick spotlights, we’re thrilled to introduce the brilliant short doc, Love In The Factories: Cambodia’s Underground LGBT Community. Directed by…

  • Underreported Stories – Short Film

      As we count down to the One World Media Awards 2019 it occurred to us that our longlisted entries present an excellent set of playlists to catch up on the past year of underreported stories. This week’s playlist comes from our Short Film longlist. There has been an explosion in short docs in recent years. With more…

  • Underreported Stories – Popular Features

      As we count down to the One World Media Awards 2019 it occurred to us that our longlisted entries present an excellent set of playlists to catch up on the past year of underreported stories. This week’s playlist comes from our Popular Features longlist. Here we’ve selected media that reaches a wider audience. You might…