Richard Wamai and Ronald Goldman go head to head.
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Noreen Sadik meets the only injured person taken from Gaza to Israel for treatment in November – a nine-year-old girl.
Felicity Arbuthnot asks what threat children pose to the Israeli state.
Anne Paq’s photograph of a Palestinian boy killed in an Israeli air-strike brings home the horror of an escalating conflict.
Iris Gonzales reports on a looming threat to government support for breastfeeding in the Philippines.
As Olympic fever fades, Mari Marcel Thekaekara celebrates a less ruthless approach to play seen in India’s indigenous communities.
In the month of the fifth anniversary of the land, sea and air siege of Palestinians, a report reveals it’s children who are most affected.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara visits an organization fighting for children’s rights in Delhi and hears some distressing stories.
What would Charles Dickens, born 200 years ago this week, make of Britain’s inequality in the 21st century? wonders David Hewitt.
Two young Indian children have been taken into care in Norway because their mother fed them with her fingers. Mari Marcel Thekaekara is appalled.