Bangladesh: A brief journey into the garment workers’ world
It is nine o'clock at night and I find myself being directed down a bamboo walkway in the crazily crowded urban sprawl that is Dhaka...
Helping domestic workers stand up for their rights
Domestic workers have long been invisible and voiceless - but CARE is helping them stand up for their rights.
Syria crisis: Dear World – We Are People
Syrian refugees wrote messages to the world and its leaders, using marker pens on their arms. Here are some of their portraits.
Bangladesh garment workers: How can we prevent another disaster?
Garment workers in Bangladesh could face more disasters like Rana Plaza unless urgent action is taken.
Sexual violence in DRC: “Die or accept your fate”
Marie's long journey to safety – a week by foot through fields and forest – was anything but safe. Like many others she had a very hard choice to make.
Kosovo: Young men learn new ways to Be A Man
Is picking up rubbish and having fun at the same time possible? 16-year-old Gramos Salihu from Pristina thinks so.
Bangladesh: Poor women tackle land rights issue
CARE is supporting communities to collectively tackle the problem of landlessness in northeast Bangladesh.
Recovering from conflict: Giving people a place to be heard
CARE has created a “listening centre” to provide professional psychosocial support for survivors of Côte d’Ivoire’s brutal violence.