The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the apathy of elites and leaders towards the workers who keep cities running.
Mental illness is stigmatized and treatment is scarce, but social change is possible.
Alternative media has filled the gap as mainstream coverage of North East India lags.
The message was: go silent or blood will run in the streets and across the jungles.
The Bourke Tribal Council in New South Wales has charted the way through justice reinvestment.
Indonesia's lockdown meant domestic workers were forced to stay home without severance or required to work in dangerous conditions.