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World in Progress: Unintended consequences
Nearly three months since the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos burned now, a number of its residents have found refuge in a makeshift camp called Kara Tepe. A sharp rise in unwanted pregnancies has Indonesia worried about life after lockdown. And in Morocco, small business owners find a way to give back to the artisans struggling during lockdown's halt on tourism.
World in Progress: Legacy of slavery
This week, we take a closer look at Britain's role in the transatlantic slave trade, the darkest chapter in the nation's history. We'll also find out what modern slavery looks like, and hear from activists in Nigeria who've launched a mass protest movement against police brutality.
World in Progress: What does it take to survive?
How do you survive in a country where gang violence and sky-high murder rates are rampant? For some women in Mexico it's too dangerous to even go out on the streets. And how do you make a difference in a country when you want to make a change, but people have been driven away? We'll find out from an enterprising coffee-producing family in Honduras.
World in Progress: Forgotten crises
This week we want to turn our attention to crises that don't get the attention they deserve. Take Neglected Tropical Diseases for instance. 1.5 billion people are affected by NTDs, a large number of those in need of treatment are living in Africa. And the war-torn country of South Sudan is in the grip of a humanitarian crisis.
World in Progress: Irregular Migration and the EU
Trieste Refugees: with winter approaching, many irregular migrants remain stuck on the Italy/Slovenia border -- Lebanon: More migrants attempt to cross the mediterranean to Cyprus -- Interview: Why migrants less welcome in the EU -- Armenian Diaspora concerned about Nagorno-Karabakch conflict
World in Progress: Where are US-China relations headed?
Ahead of the presidential election in the US at the beginning of November, we're bringing you a special about the deteriorating relationship between the US and China. This relationship is at its lowest point it's ever been in four decades. And the contentious issues are a plenty.