Tens of thousands of Poles, including members of the far right and some of bearing flags and flares, march in Warsaw on Nov. 11, 2019, to celebrate Poland’s Independence Day. […]
Instead of following EU-wide efforts to phase out coal, Poland wants to extend the life of Europe’s largest coal plant. By Marta Kasztelan Warsaw, Poland – Stanislaw Skibinski is a retired […]
by Marta Kasztelan & Kanika Chhit 16 Oct 2018 Phnom Penh, Cambodia – Chanmony has spent the last 17 years making bricks used to build luxury condos and office spaces mushrooming […]
Cambodia has seen a dramatic spike in teen pregnancies since 2010, with rates tripling in some parts of the country, as an increasing number of teenage girls choose to get […]
Warsaw, Poland – Warsaw-born Bartek Jakubowski never thought of himself as “sick”, which is why he becomes disgruntled whenever he reads articles referring to people with autism as “seriously ill”. “I […]
From menstruation to masturbation, no topic is off limits for a candid online activist who has established a big following in culturally conservative Cambodia A presenter is standing in front of […]
Two years ago, together with photographer Thomas Cristofoletti, I investigated a banned Malaysian sect turned multinational company called Global Ikhwan. Last month, Asian Geographic published our story in their magazine.