Beyond the blade: the truth about knife crime in Britain

Teenage knife crime is a tabloid obsession, blamed on feral youth running riot in our cities. But the reality is much more complex and we cannot save lives if we do not understand it On Monday 24 January, shortly after 3pm, the regular din of children turning out of the Capital Academy secondary school in

Syrian children ‘pushed to the brink’ after worst atrocities since war began

Unprecedented variety of kids incapacitated, eliminated and hired for battle functions in 2016, states Unicef report on offenses suffered by kids The variety of kids impaired, eliminated or hired to combat in the Syria dispute has actually increased significantly over the previous year, with kids as young as 7 required to function as frontline fighters,

‘No one chooses to be a refugee’: pictures from a Greek crisis

A young photojournalist shares the stories behind her encounters with refugee children Last year, 22-year-old Help Refugees, Europes largest grassroots distributor of aid. A self-taught documentary photographer, she quietly produced a moving body of work over the course of a year. I have captured moments of grief and suffering, but mostly I found dignity and