The defiant flames of the Arab Spring are still burning in Beirut, thanks to The Outpost: an independent magazine that believes change is always possible.
As founding member of a collective celebrating overlooked social narratives, Bekke Popoola believes that strength lies in numbers.
Tired of rejection in an elitist industry, photographer Ken Flaherty decided to build an art space in his living room.
After spending years living off borrowed cash, Katayoon Yousef started Horses Records so that she could have a home for life, building a following of loyal customers in the process.
Lee-Anne Davis turned her back on Hollywood to fulfil her life-long dream of becoming a game ranger. Now she's on a mission to save the rhino from poaching.
The Defiance Issue traces a jagged line across the globe, picking up voices of rebellion along the way.
Russian radio DJs Tatyana Andrianova and Mihail Rezvan are championing new independent music in Moscow and beyond.
Through travel website triip.me, Ha Lam is changing the way we explore by letting locals show tourists around their city.
Zach Sims founded Codecademy so that anyone could learn to code and ended up learning some valuable lessons of his own.
Paper Planes Founder Nupur Joshi Thanks is reviving print by introducing India to the joys of boutique magazines.
Writer-director Rob Brown has walked a twisting path to independent filmmaking.
São Paulo’s Bia Granja is helping social media fulfil its promise as a revolutionary force by bringing online communities together in real life.