World in Progress: Keeping endangered languages alive
Protecting the world's languages // Scots Gaelic in decline // The last valley of Aranese speakers in the Pyrenees // The heritage of ancient Babylon
World in Progress: Stories that matter from around the world
World in Progress is a 30-minute radio show that connects the dots in a globalized era.
World in Progress: What's at stake in the Alabama abortion battle
In Alabama in the Untited States, the legal battle about abortion rights continues. The strictest abortion law in the USA banning abortions even in cases of incest of rape was set to take effect this month. But a preliminary injuction, temporarily blocking Alabama from enforcing the law, was issued by a federal judge last week. This report looks at what's at stake for women
World in Progress: Fighting for basic rights
Women's activists in one of Colombia's most violent cities are starting to make a difference ++ Militant Rohyinga group continues activities in Bangladesh ++ What's changed for LGBTQ people in India, where since last year, homosexuality is not criminalized any more.
World in Progress: On track
We jump on board a health train that's bringing key medical services to remote parts of South Africa, and hear about a new screening test that could revolutionize the diagnosis of dyslexia. Plus, the Mexican coding boot camp giving returnees a fresh start.