This edition: The Siddis; Women and the Colombia Peace Accord; Georgia
First aired: March 2, 2017.
THE SIDDIS: INDIA'S FORGOTTEN AFRICANS - Descended from African slaves - the Siddi people today live in western India. For centuries they've held on to their African culture - and a special relationship with the Asiatic lion.
WOMEN AND THE COLOMBIA PEACE ACCORD - Women played a central role in Colombia's recent peace accord. In a historic first for the country, women's rights were placed at the heart of the agreement
GEORGIA: PEDESTRIAN POWER IN GEORGIA - In most of the world, road traffic has increased massively in recent years - but protections for pedestrians don't always keep pace. In the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, a new campaign is focusing on pedestrian power.
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