Change is the current that keeps us flowing forward. Will you be swept away by the actions of others, or build a raft and paddle for your life?
As founder of independent news network, AcTVism Munich, Zain Raza dedicates himself to providing the public with information powerful interests don’t want you to know.
At seventeen, Matt Moniz has climbed some of the world’s most dangerous mountains. But it was his latest trip to Everest that taught him the true meaning of survival.
Teenage surfers in Cox’s Bazar show that poverty, social barriers and family pressure mean nothing when there are good waves to be had.
As campaigners celebrate an important victory, the Z-Boys’ Peggy Oki launches new campaign to free orca Lolita, who has been held at Miami Seaquarium for 45 years.
Club Sanaa are working with Msamariakids Centre for Street Children in Moshi to empower marginalised young people through photography.
Dig! and We Live in Public director Ondi Timoner is drawn to visionaries - but why do they keep trying to sabotage her films?
The Ktunaxa First Nation, conservationists and backcountry skiers have joined the fight against the Jumbo Glacier Resort, which threatens an area where the land is wild and skiing is a way of life.
Swoon’s Braddock Tiles project aims to transform lives in a former steel town by renovating an abandoned church and creating a tile workshop.
Political prisoner Herman Wallace became famous as a member of the 'Angola Three'. Now the late-activist's story has been recreated through a moving online documentary.
The FUCK Parade turned East London's Cereal Killer Café into a battleground, but as Michael Fordham discovers, the class war is alive and well across the country.
As an activist, comedian and general nuisance to authority, Randy Credico built up enough love in New York City to run for governor. Now he's targeting mass incarceration. And the city comptroller should be afraid.