This week on Pulse we give a voice to minorities around the world. In Berlin, immigrants march against PEGIDA and take to the stage to bring attention to the plight of immigrants and refugees in Germany. One gay man plants flowers as a response to homophobia in the UK and young Inuits in Canada are preserving their culture by learning to throat sing.
In Germany we depend on buses, subways, trams, and trains every day - but how does public transport work in other countries? From sketchy mini-buses in Zambia and gender separation in Iran to motorcycles in Colombia and ferries in Australia, find out what DW's international employees have to say about public transport in their home countries.