On this week's show: A Kenyan journalist's narrow escape during the 2007 election riots, and the Bangladeshi blogger in hiding from his attackers. In the second half: Rebellion and reform in Argentinian Catholicism, Turkish parents speak up for gay children and Mali's Dogan people are under threat.
Produced by Neil King, Kate Laycock, Nancy Isenson and Kseniya Denchyk.
Following the 2007 election, James Muhando went into hiding. His neighbors were all members of a rival tribe, and he feared that if he drew attention to himself, he might be killed.
Interview: Neil King and Kate Laycock
Atheist blogger Asif Mohiuddin is at the center of Bangladesh's Shebag protest movement. A few weeks ago, he narrowly escaped death when he was attacked by three men armed with knives and an axe.
Interview: Neil King
Out and about with the Argentinian priests who embrace poverty as a fundamental part of the Christian experience.
Report: Eilis O'Neill
The parents of gay children are at the forefront of a new effort to combat homophobia in Turkey.
Report: Dorian Jones
Mali's ancient Dogon people are faced with cultural extinction as a result of the recent turmoil in their country.
Report: Damon van der Linde