World in Progress: Indigenous copyrights and Fighting for First Nations land
In this edition: The textile patterns designes by indigenous weavers in Oaxaca, Mexico are hip with fashion companies who don't always compensate the designers. And: Meet Canadian First Nations activist Freda Huson who just received an alternative Nobel prize for her defending her people's culture and land.
World in Progress: Despite all odds
We take you along to listen to a musical genre called AmaPiano that emerged in South Africa's townships. And we go to Turkey where young people are trying to carve out a living despite all odds — unemployment, inflation and a lack of freedom are taking a toll on their future.
World in Progress: Innovative perspectives and ancient forests
In this edition: an illegal bus ride with Palestinians to the beach -- Cameroonian Baka indigenous group's ancient forests under threat -- Innovative apps made in Nairobi's 'Silicon Savannah'
World in Progress: Climate Talks and Lesotho Water challenges
Topics: Poor countries in the global South demand 'loss and damage' compensation for the detrimental impacts of climate change -- Dams for hydropower in Lesotho don't benefit everyone and why that could become a problem in neighboring South Africa, too.
World in Progress: The Gap in the Panamerican Highway
The Panamerica is one of the longest roads in the world - it runs some 48,000 km through the North and South American continents, all the way from Alaska to the southermost tip of Argentina. But there's a long gap in Panama before the road continues in Colombia. Local people are not happy about their lack of access to economic opportunities that come with being connected.