In the season finale to end all others, US election of the ultimate "Celebrity Apprentice" to office last week brought disruption of seemingly apocalyptic magnitude. The question on every development worker's lips is: What does a President Trump mean for the aid world? Here to offer some analysis is Dr. Neil McCulloch, Director of the Economic Policy Programme in Oxford...
Life under an oppressive Israeli regime in Palestine leads many children and adults to throw rocks at police and security forces and commit other offences. Their punishment is swift and harsh. Children as young as five have reportedly been detained, often without informing their parents, as daily life leads to growing frustrations.
As Kurdish female fighters struggle to dismantle patriarchy and liberate their people, Megan Giles examines how they've been sexualised and objectified by Western media.
Daniel Cullen summarises the recent International Development Committee report which scrutinises the UK government's new aid strategy.
Ian Wishart reflects on Plan International's work on securing children's rights, and laments a recent high court decision in Australia that will see children returned to offshore immigration detention centres.