A young dance company is tackling tough issues through its performances, as its founder Kwame Asafo-Adjei explains.
Having handed in their weapons, former child soldiers face a new battle - for acceptance into society. Seth Biderman reports.
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|Youth – The FACTS||Youth rising||October, 2012|
|Youth rising||Youth rising||October, 2012|
|Why selling out is no longer an option||Youth rising||October, 2012|
|Redemption Road||Co-operatives||July, 2012|
|Tears are good medicine||Mental health||May, 2012|
|Dancing for a change – creating awareness through art||Mental health||May, 2012|
|Foreign Beggars||Time for a fair economy||March, 2012|
|From child soldier to civilian - a tough transition in Colombia||Haiti two years on||January, 2012|
|The boys in Brazil's favelas who shun violence||The changing face of masculinity||July, 2011|