Poverty is about power and politics. If you've never ended your own poverty, if you're not a part of the history and culture of those fighting poverty, if you don't pay taxes or vote in communities experiencing the poverty you're trying to eradicate, then you can only ever be a Sidekick - not a superhero!
Sara Gorman discusses "innovation" in health and development, highlighting the importance of ethical guidelines when implementing new ideas.
After a trip overseas, it's tempting to post pictures of all the cute kids on your Facebook page and watch the likes roll in. Brendan Rigby and Weh Yeoh explain why this is a bad - and potentially dangerous - idea.
While photos are a great way of preserving a moment, Christie Long questions the intentions and ethics of tourists taking photos of people they haven't spoken to or built a rapport with.
Imagine a world where your work provided you with a livelihood while also contributing to the well-being of others in a way that respected the ecological limits of the planet, a world beyond the profit motive of socialism or capitalism. Donnie Maclurcan describes a project to make this world a reality.