IPSTV Original Feature: How leftovers in Athens become a meal, by Apostolis Fotiadis.
Contributions: Alexandros Theodoris (Boroume), George Bafanis (volunteer cook), Katia Lazaridi (researcher, food waste in Greece).
IPSTV Original Feature: Hunger in UK as a result of the financial crisis, by Nadira Tudor.
Contributions: Patricia George (Local school supervisor), Christine Ridgwell (Director, Greenwich Food Bank), Mora McLagan (Campaign and Communications Manager, Oxfam).
IPSTV Original Feature: Hangings will not stem violence against women in India, by Shai Venkatraman.
IPSTV Original Feature: Death penalty revival will not bring security to Pakistan", by Zofeen Ebrahim.
Interview with Sarah Belal, Director of Justice Project Pakistan.
IPSTV Original Feature: Despite 3rd sex recognition, life is hard for transgenders in Nepal, by IPSTV correspondent Rajneesh Bhandari.
IPSTV Original Feature: Nat Festival offers rare glimpses of freedom to Myanmar gays, by IPSTV correspondent Ali Fowle.
External content: Kids react to gay marriage.
Infograph: LGBT rights in Asia.
“In remote villages Nepalese women are coming to the fore” by IPSTV correspondent Rajneesh Bhandari from Nepal.
“Cameroonians combat climate change armed with wood stoves” by IPSTV correspondent Anne Mireille Nzouankeu from Cameroon.
Interview with MARY ROBINSON by IPS UN contributor Lusha Chen.