London-based director James Partridge’s latest project explores Japanese rockabilly star Johnny Jeana, who’s keeping 1950s Americana culture alive in Tokyo.
Iran’s state TV has aired the first debate of the presidential election. The six candidates, vetted by a powerful 12-member Guardian Council, focused on economic issues.
Sherin Khankan is the daughter of a Christian and a Muslim. In 2016 she founded a mosque in central Copenhagen. She wants to challenge the view of Islam as a religion that […]
Meet Zimbabwe’s 12-year-old female motocross rider. Motocross is a form of off-road motorcycle racing gaining popularity in Zimbabwe, but it is expensive. Some people say it is too dangerous, especially for girls. […]
Olympic swimmer Yusra Mardini, a Syrian who fled across the Mediterranean, was today appointed a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency and pledged to work harder to inspire refugees around […]
Fifty years on from the death of Che Guevara, what is his legacy – if any? In this exclusive report from Buenos Aires, Stephen Smith meets his younger brother Juan Martin Guevara […]
Charalambos is an active trainer with three youth organisations: Citizens in Power, Cyprus Youth Council and Youth Express Network. As a member of the pool of trainers at the Cyprus Youth Council, […]
Elfriede has been working with thousands of young people for 40 years. Her burning passion is bringing young people together to perform theatre. She has completed three Erasmus+ training projects, which have […]
Fjóla works for Mindpower – a recovery centre in Iceland, where people with mental health issues take the lead in their own recovery. As part of her work with Youngminds, the centre’s […]
Could a new grand bargain ease tensions between Russia and the West? The 1945 Yalta conference resulted in a deal – but then came the Cold War. The BBC’s Steve Rosenberg examines […]