A selection of news films, creative documentaries and factual content directed and produced by Melanie Cura Daball.
A group of performers re-enter and reclaim iconic cultural spaces across England to break their silence.
25 years after the Rwandan Genocide, perpetrators and survivors work through their trauma together.
It's happened again. 19-year-old Brian is dead, executed by the police, without a charge, without trial. And he is not the only one.
In the south of Somalia, life has come back to the city of Kismayo. But many women returnees find "home" is not what it was promised to be.
Reinventing elements of tradition, up-and-coming designer Katungulu Mwenda sets out to break into the international fashion market.
In Korogocho, a slum once notorious for violence and sexual assault, elderly women have taken fighting back into their own hands - literally.
In Shangilia skate park, where kids find more than just a place to skate, Nairobi's youth dreams of competitive skateboarding.
Ready for school? Kids explain Brexit: A class of 10 and 11-year-old kids explain the issues dominating the Brexit referendum
25 years after the Rwandan Genocide, the children of victims and perpetrators alike still grapple with the horrors of the past while hoping for a peaceful future.
They have participated in the unforgivable, but the Somali government has chosen to grant amnesty to those defecting from the terror group al-Shabaab.