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After the Choice

Angel Parsons- June 3, 2018

Much of the conversation regarding abortion focuses on morality and ethics, but what happens after a decision has been made? Angel Parsons travels to Indonesia, ... Read More

History of the Pink City

Nazlee Salami- October 23, 2017

Nazlee Salami travels to Jaipur, India where she explores the history of 'the Pink City'. She visits many ancient forts and palaces where she reveals ... Read More

The Darker Side of Globalisation

Georgia Esplin- October 24, 2018

With the recent economic advancement of India, the country is more advanced than ever. But with the opening of markets comes global pressure to keep ... Read More

Bollywood’s Next Big Stars

Samantha Butler- October 23, 2016

By Samantha Butler Saroj Khan Dance Academy is leading the way in providing dance education in Mumbai. Children of all ages flock to the famous ... Read More

The Pathway To Equality – Disability Accessibility In Jakarta, Indonesia

Chloe Mabb- June 3, 2018

In the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, a lack of accessibility is still a daily reality for the city’s disability community. Yet,  damaged pathways, a lack ... Read More

Aavaara Kutta

Emily Steinhardt- September 26, 2018

In the pink city of Jaipur, man's best friend has become a nuisance. More than 70 complaints are made to the Jaipur Municipal Corporation each ... Read More

MRT to alleviate Jakarta’s notorious traffic soon

Sophie Volker- April 20, 2017

It’s taken almost 40 years since its conception, but the Jakarta Mass Rail Transport (MRT) is finally on its way to completion. With estimates that ... Read More

What the West Will Do For India’s Children

Nickie You- October 17, 2017

Voluntourism, the hybrid of volunteering while travelling, is one of the fastest growing trends in travel. The concept of travelling in a developing country, while ... Read More

The Cracks in ‘Gem City’

Maegan Gillespie- September 25, 2017

The scams that undermine Jaipur's gem production trade. How local street sellers use the popularity of Rajasthani gems in an attempt to exploit tourists. (more…) Read More

Nothing can bring Evi down

Meaghan Crooks- April 21, 2017

People with Down syndrome in Indonesia are often stigmatized by society and viewed as simple and incapable. Their struggle for social inclusion is only heightened ... Read More

A Clean Slate for Jaipur

Sarah Ward- September 26, 2018

I stepped onto the streets of Jaipur for the first time with expectations of dirty roads lined with litter but was starkly surprised by what ... Read More

“Life of the poor”

Amy Reibelt- June 7, 2018

It's become very difficult for a fisherman to get his fishing license in Indonesia. But these fishing licenses hasn't just affected the fishermen... https://soundcloud.com/amy-reibelt/life-of-the-poor Read More