September 13, 2023
As summer heat hits record highs, U.S. workers have staged protests over dangerous working conditions caused by extreme heat
March 24, 2023
Does India really have a population of 1.4 billion? It's more complicated than that.
The last national census was in 2011. It’s the longest the country has gone without counting its people since 1881.
Watch our video to understand more about the delay and the impact that's having on the country’s most vulnerable.
November 15, 2022
Qatar has spent ten years and more than $200 billion preparing for the World Cup. The building boom surrounding the event has relied on migrant labourers, mostly from the Philippines, Bangladesh, India and Nepal, willing to work long hours in extreme heat. Thousands have died or faced debilitating health impacts, according to rights groups.
This film, a co-production between Context and TIME, follows Surendra Tamang, a 31-year-old Nepali man who worked for years as a construction worker on a luxury complex in Doha leading up to the World Cup. He came home with kidney failure, which his doctors attributed to heat exposure and chronic dehydration. He will likely spend the rest of his life on dialysis.