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!
In part two of our series on aid workers with disabilities, Rebecca Barman examines the benefits for organisations who practice inclusive hiring. Plus, is disability the new gender?
Fair trade-certified companies are ethical and sustainable, and they pay their workers a living wage. Right? Liza Moiseeva investigates how fair trade really affects farmers.
In recent years, there have been tremors around the edges of celebrity activism and involvement in global development. The focus has been on the usual suspects, but Brendan Rigby thinks we've missed the most important two.
The Khmer Rouge tried to dismantle Cambodia's families during the 1970s. Allison Smith explains how, despite the country's economic growth, poverty is doing the same thing today.