In Kashmir, An Ancient Solution Solves a Modern Problem

Region: Indian-administered Kashmir

Topics: AgricultureClimate

In centuries past, people who live in this mountainous region are rumored to have created their own glaciers as a defense against foreign invaders. Now, artificial glaciers called ice stupas are protecting some farmers from the impacts of climate change.

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Artist Paints at Indian Bazaar

Region: India

Topics: Moments

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Buenos Aires Leather Worker Tells His Story

Region: Argentina

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Ready to Challenge the President, Ugandan Entertainers Enter the Political Arena

Region: Uganda

Topics: ArtsPolitics

President Yoweri Museveni has been in power since 1986. Despite his advancing age, his supporters are changing laws to let him run for office again. Meanwhile, his record of human rights abuses is piling up. Now, a new group of citizens is taking the lead in opposing his rule: musicians and entertainers.

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3 Sisters Jump Rope in Argentine Capital

Region: Argentina

Topics: Moments

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Ugandan Men Thresh Beans

Region: Uganda

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Nepalese Students Wash Up at School

Region: Nepal

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Transgender Hiring Quota Passes in Argentina, but Discrimination Continues

Region: Argentina

Topics: Human RightsSexuality & Gender

Transgender people in Argentina face rampant discrimination when looking for work and even after they’re hired. But transgender people and other activists are opening new fronts in the battle against bias, including a bill that would mandate a national hiring quota of transgender people for civil service positions.

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Transgender Hiring Quota Passes in Argentina, but Discrimination Continues

Region: Argentina

Topics: Human RightsSexuality & Gender

Transgender people in Argentina face rampant discrimination when looking for work and even after they’re hired. But transgender people and other activists are opening new fronts in the battle against bias, including a bill that would mandate a national hiring quota of transgender people for civil service positions.

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Making Peanut Paste at a Ugandan Market

Region: Uganda

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