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Common Ground: Land rights and wrongs

Six programmes explore the effects of land rights on people in India, Kenya, Zambia, Senegal, Zimbabwe and Malawi. Based on research about development, they reveal the many barriers to owning land and homes, and their wide-ranging - sometimes devastating - consequences.

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SPARK

IWR hears from young people worldwide on the issues that matter to them.

Date published: 31/08/2003


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Zimbabwe: Gays talk straight

SPARK is a regular series of features that gives young people a chance to talk openly about sex and drugs and other teenage topics. All SPARK features are designed to provoke and carry a wide range of views. In Zimbabwe, young gay men break taboos to talk candidly to Craig Hamilton about their sexuality.


Date published: 11/08/2000

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Zimbabwe: Fancy a drink?

Young people worldwide are choosing to drink more alochol, more often and at a younger age. Today drinking has become part of a global youth culture. But this can also bring social problems. Teenagers from Zimbabwe talk to Nomsa Mwamuka.

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Date published: 03/05/2001

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South Africa: Lighting Up

More young people in developing countries are smoking. The World Health Organisation warns that tobacco is one of the world's most serious health problems. So why do teenagers smoke? Mohammed Allie aks young smokers and non-smokers in Cape Town.


Date published: 01/06/2000

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Nepal: Living with conflict

Young people in Nepal talk about how the civil war in their country is affecting their lives.

[This feature was produced as part of the id21 project.]

Interviewer: Francesca Silvani

Date published: 11/09/2003

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South Africa: Race and Racism Today

SPARK is a series of adult free features where teenagers talk candidly about growing up in the 21st century. In Johannesburg, Nomsa Mwamuka asks a group of girls from different ethnic backgrounds if racism is alive and kicking in their world.

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Date published: 11/10/2001

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Ghana: N Ireland: Romania: Russia: Young and old in an age of ageing

In this latest SPARK feature, teenagers in Ghana, Northern Ireland, Romania and Russia tell us what they think it means to be old and how they feel about old people in their own lives.

Journalist: Lina Rozovskaya

Date published: 14/11/2001

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UK: Can't eat won't eat!

Teenagers in the UK describe the pressures to stay slim that can lead to eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia.

[This feature was produced as part of the id21 project.]

Journalist: Helene Sharp
Producer: Francesca Silvani
Journalist: Amalie Silvani Jones

Date published: 17/10/2003

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