'Urinal selfies' highlight the impact of laws that would force transgender women to use men's toilets
The biggest names in showbiz join forces to fight poverty and inequality – but how did Red Nose Day start?
Helping blind and partially sighted children who have a talent or love for music
Controversial debate reignited over whether smacking constitutes reasonable punishment or child abuse
Critics argue that safe space policies at British universities have become a direct threat to freedom of speech
Several Muslim countries and almost half of all US states still consider adultery a criminal offence
Latest figures show net migration has increased, despite Tory pledge to slash numbers before general election
Simple, small-scale development programmes focused on education and enterprise
Campaigners say the law is discriminatory but PM says lifting the ban would 'undermine the sanctity of marriage'
A year after the case of Baby Gammy, Thailand has changed its rules on who qualifies for surrogacy
Helping young people learn to read, write, speak and listen
Activists claim to fight discrimination against men, but critics argue they're apologists for misogyny
From London to Paris to New York, find out just how expensive true love is in the world's major cities
Raising awareness of altruistic kidney donation
Group aims to challenge anti-immigration rhetoric ahead of the general election with nationwide campaign
A filmmaker is challenging the culture of 'collective guilt', but some argue its being done in bad taste
The UK's largest charity supporting unpaid carers
Raising money to fund the world's best research into Duchenne
Selfridges becomes the first British retailer to respond to the increasing demand for gender neutral fashion
Abusive pasts of over 1,300 violent partners revealed under Clare's law – but is the law being applied fairly?