New York based photographer Pete Voelker's passion for activism sees him immortalising some of the most important political movements of the 21st century.
In How To Let Go, Gasland director Josh Fox embarks on a personal journey to overcome his own feeling of powerlessness to stop the escalating pace of environmental destruction.
We've all seen the videos and pictures of Pussy Riot taking on the Russian state. But for Maria Alyokhina, a life of challenging authority and paying for the consequences started young.
Activists and campaigners do what they do for free, often because they need to. But talking to journalists about experiences and expertise is labour. Should they be paid?
Darren Davies' high-profile occupations of derelict buildings in Southend are forcing a debate around the lack of housing and support for homeless people in the area.
A group of local residents in Haringey, North London, are defying private property developers by bidding for an old hospital site that's for sale.
Climate change is the greatest threat facing our planet – and it doesn’t give a damn where you live. As perpetrators of climate chaos collude across borders, a new wave of activists are forming their own international web. They’re reclaiming our right to self-determination – before it’s too late to act.
This weekend, hundreds of people descended on a London supermarket for a Big Gay Kiss In, in response to a homophobic incident earlier in the week.
Featuring citizen journalism collective Mídia Ninja, the Real Game project shows the Rio Olympics in a way you won’t see in the mainstream media.
Schools everywhere can always do better, but in South Africa inequality is at an all-time high. The solution? Face facts. Get angry. And let the students speak.
French authorities to rule on demolishing the Jungle’s self-built restaurants that provide food, support and shelter to refugees.
As protests against the Olympics and corruption have exposed Brazil’s ruptures for the world to see, a pioneering collaborative art project between British and Brazilian artists digs into São Paulo’s dividing lines.