Human rights and activist filmmakers talk about how VR can be a powerful tool to force underreported or forgotten issues into the public consciousness.
Turkey’s purge of ‘dissent’ has thrown the country into uncertainty, posing a dilemma for reporters: support the government or risk jail. But for a handful of young journalists, the facts are worth fighting for.
Following every mediocre politician was an army of bored and tired journos.
Over the past 24 hours journalists have spread bigotry, invaded privacy, and failed miserably to show any sign of humanity or respect.
In 'Whitman, Alabama,' Jennifer Crandall mixes documentary and poetry to introduce a radical idea: we should all get to know one another a little better.
From fake news to alternative facts, knowing who or what to believe in the media is harder than ever.
Cristina de Middel willingly plays with fact, fiction and storytelling. But her games with reality are all about finding grains of truth in a world of lies.
Journalist Óscar Martinez is on first name terms with the street gangs of El Salvador - the most violent country in the world outside an official war zone.
Democracy Now! journalist Amy Goodman is facing arrest for her frontline reporting on the North Dakota pipeline protests. But that’s just a chink in the chain of global injustice she’s tackled head on.
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.
Why are the international community still supporting Kagame’s regime? And could their support be sowing seeds for more bloodshed?
Club Sanaa work with Msamariakids Centre for Street Children in Moshi, Tanzania to empower marginalised young people through photography.