Music that Heals: Tatiana’s Story

One of the oldest and most atrocious weapons of war is rape, but now the courage of survivors is creating a new transformation marked by healing, justice and peace. Ten years ago, Tatiana Mukanire survived a horrifically brutal crime – and today she proves that nothing is stronger than the human spirit. “I got my … Read more Music that Heals: Tatiana’s Story

Music that Heals: Tatiana’s Story

One of the oldest and most atrocious weapons of war is rape, but now the courage of survivors is creating a new transformation marked by healing, justice and peace. Ten years ago, Tatiana Mukanire survived a horrifically brutal crime – and today she proves that nothing is stronger than the human spirit. “I got my … Read more Music that Heals: Tatiana’s Story

Survivors of World War II say ‘blitz spirit’ may help deal with coronavirus

Fighting coronavirus has been referred to as a ‘war effort’ and thousands of people have volunteered to help their neighbours and more vulnerable members of society. But are there any lessons Britons today can learn from those who lived through the second world war and experienced ‘wartime spirit’. Get the latest headlines: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Telegraph.co.uk and … Read more Survivors of World War II say ‘blitz spirit’ may help deal with coronavirus

We thank you: UK erupts to clap our carers once again

All over the country people have been getting ready to clap their appreciation for carers. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Channel 4 News spoke to Dr Raphael Olaiya who works in Acute and Emergency Medicine at the Lewisham and Greenwich Hospitals Trust and Junior Doctor Tom Gardiner, who works in elderly care, and is a member of the … Read more We thank you: UK erupts to clap our carers once again

Calls grow to impeach Brazil’s president over virus inaction

Many Brazilian legislators and civil society heads want to impeach President Jair Bolsonaro over his insistence on keeping businesses running despite the growing coronavirus crisis in the country. Brazil has the highest number of infections and deaths in Latin America, with nearly 7,000 cases and more than 200 deaths from the disease. Al Jazeera’s Lucia … Read more Calls grow to impeach Brazil’s president over virus inaction

Stanford HAI – COVID-19 and AI: A Virtual Conference

Session I starts at 9:57 Session II : 1:49:50 Session III : 3:01:45 Session IV : 4:55:00 COVID-19 and AI: A Virtual Conference will address a developing public health crisis. Sponsored by the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), the event will convene experts from Stanford and beyond to advance the understanding of the … Read more Stanford HAI – COVID-19 and AI: A Virtual Conference

In the Footsteps of a Tunisian Hero | Al Jazeera World

Lazhar Chraiti, a legendary figure in Tunisia’s resistance to French colonial rule, was executed in 1963. More than 50 years later, Lazhar Chraiti’s son goes back to Tunisia to find out more about how his father lived – and how he died. The story of Lazhar Chraiti is that of an unlikely hero. He had … Read more In the Footsteps of a Tunisian Hero | Al Jazeera World

Care homes go into virus lockdown as workers battle to protect UK’s most vulnerable

Care workers have been thrust into the frontline protecting the most vulnerable in society – taking extreme measures to try and keep the virus at bay. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Meanwhile, Spain has reported hundreds more deaths, but the World Health Organization chief has said there should start to be a stabilisation in Spain and Italy’s epidemic … Read more Care homes go into virus lockdown as workers battle to protect UK’s most vulnerable

Boris Johnson says ‘there really is such a thing as society’ in self-isolation update

The British prime minister Boris Johnson has stressed that ‘there really is such a thing as society’ in a message released while self-isolating with Covid-19. The line is a direct contradiction of his Conservative predecessor Margaret Thatcher who said ‘there is no such thing as society’ in 1987 as an endorsement of pure individualism. In … Read more Boris Johnson says ‘there really is such a thing as society’ in self-isolation update

Assignment Asia Episode 121: The struggle for survival

The human instinct to survive is one of the most powerful drives. Even though human conditions have evolved dramatically over the millennia, the struggle for survival remains a constant theme and even challenge in many human societies. In Australia, farmers are twice as likely as the country’s general population to commit suicide. In parts of … Read more Assignment Asia Episode 121: The struggle for survival