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INSPiring the World (2012年3月) INSP 05/03/2019

On every first Monday of the month we present editors with a selection of short stories from the SNS website. The package can be used to fill the international pages in your street paper. Simply click ‘download article’ and ‘download gallery images’ to reprint the material. Other language versions are available below the text.

INSPirer verden (Mars 2012) INSP 05/03/2019

On every first Monday of the month we present editors with a selection of short stories from the SNS website. The package can be used to fill the international pages in your street paper. Simply click ‘download article’ and ‘download gallery images’ to reprint the material. Other language versions are available below the text.

INSPirer le monde (Mars 2012) INSP 05/03/2019

On every first Monday of the month we present editors with a selection of short stories from the SNS website. The package can be used to fill the international pages in your street paper. Simply click ‘download article’ and ‘download gallery images’ to reprint the material. Other language versions are available below the text.

INSPiring the World (March 2012) INSP 05/03/2019

On every first Monday of the month we present editors with a selection of short stories from the INSP new service website. The package can be used to fill the international pages in your street paper. Simply click ‘download article’ and ‘download gallery images’ to reprint the material. Other language versions are available below the text.

Judo as catalyst for social change in Ethiopia INSP 05/03/2019

While Ethiopia is famed for its runners, it could soon become the home of another sporting elite. A former judo champion is helping Ethiopians fight their way – quite literally – out of poverty and other social problems, by introducing them to judo; a sport which cultivates discipline, respect, confidence and strength.

Judo jako katalizator przemian społecznych w Etiopii INSP 05/03/2019

Etiopia słynie ze swoich biegaczy, ale już wkrótce jej domeną może stać się kolejna dyscyplina. Były mistrz judo pomaga Etiopczykom w walce – i to całkiem dosłownie – z biedą i innymi problemami społecznymi, ucząc ich judo, sportu, który kształtuje samodyscyplinę, szacunek, pewność i siłę.

Džudo i društvene promene u Etiopiji INSP 05/03/2019

Lako je Etiopija do sada u svetu bila poznata po trkačima, od danas bi mogla da postatne sinonim za još jedan sport. Bivši šampion pomaže Etiopljanima da i bukvalno poraze siromaštvo i druge društvene probleme tako što ih uvodi u džudo, sport koji doprinosi razvoju discipline, poštovanja, samopouzdanja i snage.

Malawi refugees escaping their refuge INSP 02/03/2019

Being a refugee in Malawi is somewhat like being a prisoner. Refugees, no matter for how many years they have stayed here, are not allowed to live and work anywhere outside Dzaleka, the country’s only official refugee camp. But life in this overcrowded camp is tough and opportunities are limited, so many have chosen to escape and live their lives in illegal freedom.

Malawi’s unhealthy obsession with maize INSP 27/02/2019

Malawians can get pretty emotional about maize, the main ingredient for their staple food, a stiff porridge called nsima. While it has been promoted for decades as the one and only answer to hunger, some people think it is not a good answer, and slowly try to wean Malawians off their maize obsession by showing them a different example.

Indie vítězí v boji s obrnou, nikoliv s chudobou INSP 24/02/2019

Největší demokracie na světě překračuje jeden milník za druhým, po rekordně vysokém ekonomickém růstu teď přichází na řadu vymýcení obrny. Z hlavního města informačních technologií Bangalore, ve kterém miliony mladých Indů pokouší štěstí, přináší reportáž Danielle Batistová.

Moć radne snage sa invaliditetom u Indiji INSP 23/02/2019

U ekonomiji koja cveta i vapi za obrazovanim radnicima, indijske kompanije čine male korake da bi uključile ugrožene grupe u svoje poslovne aktivnosti. Pravi je izazov spojiti talenat potencijalne radne snage koja broji 30 miliona ljudi sa invaliditetom i sam posao, ali i razbiti stigmu tokom tog procesa.

Indija iskorenila dečiju paralizu, ali ne i siromaštvo INSP 23/02/2019

Najveća demokratska država na svetu stiže do novih prekretnica, od rekordnog ekonomskog rasta do skorašnjeg iskorenjivanja dečije paralize. Danijela Batist izveštava iz indijske prestonice informacione tehnologije, Bangalora, gde se milioni ljudi i dalje bore da postanu deo priče o uspehu.

Why 'booming' India still needs aid INSP 21/02/2019

If even Susan Boyle gives up chocolate for a month for India, it’s got to be a serious matter. The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF) has convinced the world-famous singer –alongside other Scottish celebrities- to join their annual ‘Wee Box’ Lent campaign.

SCIAF - Thinking inside the box INSP 20/02/2019

The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF) has been working with vulnerable people in India since 1985.

Photo Essay: The other side of India’s IT capital (part 2) INSP 20/02/2019

Call centres, futuristic IT campuses and explosive growth have come to dominate Bangalore’s global image in recent years. For the two million people still living in poverty, this picture could not be further from reality. Photographer Simon Murphy travelled across the city to see the other side of India’s ‘Silicon Valley’.

Photo Essay: The other side of India’s IT capital (part 1) INSP 20/02/2019

Call centres, futuristic IT campuses and explosive growth have come to dominate Bangalore’s global image in recent years. For the two million people still living in poverty, this picture could not be further from reality. Photographer Simon Murphy travelled across the city to see the other side of India’s ‘Silicon Valley’.

India eradicates polio, not poverty INSP 20/02/2019

The world's largest democracy is reaching milestone after milestone, from record-breaking economic growth to the recent eradication of polio. Danielle Batist reports from IT capital Bangalore, where millions still struggle to share in the success.

The power of India’s disabled work force INSP 20/02/2019

In a booming economy that is crying out for skilled workers, India’s corporates take baby steps in including disadvantaged groups. With a potential work force of 30 million people with disabilities, the challenge is to match up talent and jobs – and fight stigma in the process.

Indian Dream is hell for some INSP 20/02/2019

Just a two hour drive from Bangalore, Yeluvahalli is a far cry from the glass panelled, steel framed offices and ice white mega malls that have come to dominate the city during the technology boom. Surrounded by acres of rice fields, coconut trees and rock formations, nothing gives away the village's proximity to one of the world's most famous icons of globalisation.

Microloans help Indian farmers escape loan sharks INSP 20/02/2019

For Shivanna (50) and his wife Padmamma (45) life as small scale farmers in the village of Yeluvahalli is a struggle. The harvest is barely enough to feed the family and the small amount of crops they sell do not carry them through the drought periods that haunt the area each March and April.

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