Whistle-blower and activist Edward Snowden speaks at SXSW on what compelled him to ignite a global debate on Internet surveillance. And why he would do it all again.
Grass roots activists are using digital tactics to take on America's powerful gun lobby.
Former World Surfing Champion Shaun Tomson brings his lifelong learning to 71a - Huck's gallery in London - for an evening of inspirational insights on March 10. Join us!
Sixty of the world's most prolific mosaic artists flooded the Santiago, Chile, suburb of Puente Alto with a sea of coloured tiles as part of the First International Mosaic Intervention.
Made in Hackney teach sustainable food skills that are good for people and the planet in a fun and inspiring way.
The battle for the Southbank skate spot is still raging but no matter what the outcome, the Southbank activists (LLSB) have succeeded in mobilising a stigmatised London youth.
Frontside Gardens shows that effort and creativity matter more than a massive budget.
Photographer Graeme Williams creates a thread between the present and past in Mandela's South Africa.
A forty-eight-hour surf photography auction to raise money for disaster relief efforts in the Philippines.
HUCK meets Sarah Bentley, founder of the non-profit, community food kitchen, Made in Hackney.
Founders of new Cornwall-based community initiative Giftwood Projects think learning to build a surfboard can be a life-changing experience.
Filmmaker James Holman explains why he went back to Burma to make follow-up documentary Youth of Yangon about the embryonic skate scene.