On the White Nile, by filmmaker Akuol de Mabior, takes us into the world of Rebecca Lith Chol. From the stern of her long wooden boat, Rebecca steers her crew down the White Nile, running her small fishing business.
The Voice of Peace and Radio Caroline were pirate radio stations that launched in the 1960s and 1970s, broadcasting from ships anchored outside national territorial waters, in an attempt to challenge the societies around them. This documentary from Al Jazeera World intercuts the stories of these two stations, through a mix of archive, presenter anecdotes, journalistic analysis and historical context.
An action movie with global stars, fast cars and an exotic location is nothing new. But the politics behind the scenes of The Misfits, a recent high-octane movie release, reveals its own story - one of producer power struggles, money, influence, politics, and an apparent attempt to tarnish the reputation of a country.
The United Nations has described Israel’s building of settlements in occupied East Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank “a war crime”. Without help from the international community, Palestinians are having to try and protect their homes and their lands themselves. Four stories from across the occupied territories show the resilience and resistance of those being dispossessed.
Xi Jinping's China has embarked on a campaign that could transform the country's technology, entertainment and media industries.
In the run-up to the UN's 76th general assembly, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres talks to Al Jazeera.
Watch this TEDx talk by Nuakai Aru. His aim is to share greater understanding about our collective story, as well as appreciation for the natural world.
Watch this TEDx talk by Jane Landers who discusses the missing century of black history in the Americas.
Watch this TEDx talk by Okalani Dawkins, a passionate sophomore who is excited to create a better world through her passion for Civil Rights.
This film explores Raja Casablanca’s history as an outlet for the city’s working-class youth and their displeasure with the country’s politics. It also searches for the revolutionary fans of Casablanca and reveals those who, by sheer weight of numbers, cannot be ignored.
This investigation exposes how Pegasus works, how governments like Saudi Arabia and the UAE have bought the hugely expensive spyware, also how it has been used beyond the stated intentions of the NSO Group of “developing technology to prevent and investigate terror and crime” - including to target journalists.
London-based journalist Iman Amrani meets two activists who are confronting the root causes of youth violence in the United Kingdom. At the age of 15, Athian Akec became a youth MP and put knife crime at the top of his political agenda. Temi Mwale founded the 4Front Project, an organisation that helps young people who have been affected by violence. Athian and Temi talk about the structural, political and social issues that are excluding many young people and can lead to violence.
In this episode of The Bottom Line, Dr Tom Frieden, the former director of the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and current CEO of the Resolve to Save Lives initiative, talks with host Steve Clemons about what's next in the global fight against COVID-19.
In the third episode of Generation Change, we travel to Lebanon to see how young organisers are mobilising to halt one of the most serious economic and political crises in Lebanon’s history. Presented by Luna Safwan, Karim and Azza discuss Lebanon’s political gridlock, the August 4 Beirut blast, as well as strategies to end corruption and dismantle the sectarian power-sharing system.
In this episode of Generation Change, presented by Ayanda Charlie, Sera and Keitumetse discuss the legacy of apartheid on activism in South Africa, gender-based violence, climate justice and how these issues intersect with racism and other social inequities.
In the first episode of Generation Change, a new series looking at young people pushing for change around the world, we travel to the United States to meet two Generation Z activists. In this episode presented by Zahra Rasool, Chelsea and Samuel discuss police brutality, Black Lives Matter, organisation and how global networks of solidarity can be created using technology.