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Highlighting just some of the issues people face around the world
By Kay McMahon | Published: 14 June 2011
How community projects can help to give young Cambodian people prospects and a brighter future.
By Kay McMahon | Published: 5 July 2010
On discovering that the prospective subject of a BE interview has Parkinson's Disease, Kay's spurred on to find out more about this condition and what it means for the sufferers and those close to them.
By British Expat | Published: 16 May 2010
Concerned at the erosion of your UK state pension? Here's a collection of useful contacts and websites to help you fight for your rights.
By Kay McMahon | Published: 17 August 2008
Several countries, including the UK, can convict people for child sex offences committed abroad. However, enforcement is very mixed. Sometimes, sorry to say, it's a matter of the government of the offender's country of origin not being willing to commit resources to extraditing and prosecuting its own criminals.
By Mark Thorogood | Published: 8 August 2007
Gozo SPCA is the only charity in Gozo (that's the small island next to Malta!) looking after the protection and care of all animals. Its centre, in Victoria, acts as a busy strays and rehoming centre. Find out how you can help the volunteers at the Gozo Society for the Protection and Care of Animals - founded by expats in 1976.