Nigerian filmmaker Charles Okafor and his crew have come to Bern to shoot some scenes of "The Missing Steps", a television series funded by Swiss ...
Should migrants be charged a fee for being accepted in Switzerland? (SRF/swissinfo.ch)
The Global Intern Coalition demanded that employers offer quality internships that are accessible to all, irrespective of their socio-economic ...
Deity, icon or just cattle? Cows are seen differently across cultures. An exhibition in Zurich examines the role of cows in art and society.
Father, I forgive you
Daniel Pittet was sexually abused by a Catholic priest when he was a child. A book now tells his story, and the preface was written by Pope Francis.
After finishing school, handicapped youngsters should get help with finding a way into the job market instead of having to live on social benefits ...
Swiss voters’ rejection of corporate tax reforms has been widely recognised as middle class revolt. Three people explain why. (RTS/swissinfo.ch)
Meet Céline Marti : the police officer from Geneva who is representing Haïti in the world ski championship in St Moritz. (RTS/swissinfo.ch)
Ex-policeman Arnold Odermatt became an overnight sensation at the age of 76 when curator Harold Szeemann discovered his photographs.
The director-general of the ICRC, Yves Daccord,discusses the aftermath of the attack in Afghanistan. (SRF/swissinfo.ch)
It was 30 years ago that the first campaign was launched in Switzerland to inform the public about a new illness that was making the headlines: Aids.
Take a look inside the oldest Caritas shop in Switzerland - where groceries are always sold at knock-down prices to help people who have less.
The 'Needle Park'
The “Needle Park” in Zurich was an open drugs scene in the 1980s and early 90s when heroin users could freely inject the drug without being arrested.
A series of photographs showing in the Swiss capital Bern tell the story of Switzerland’s ‘discarded children’.
The Prix de Lausanne is different to other ballet competitions. For many, it can act as a springboard for an international career.
The 45th edition of the Prix de Lausanne Competition for young dancers is underway, with 68 people competing from 17 countries.
Ballooning is clearly still popular in Switzerland, with 70 pilots attending last week’s International Festival of Balloons in Château d’Oex.
Strict measures have been introduced to counter high levels of dust particles in canton Ticino in southern Switzerland.