Photographers Sipho Mpongo, Sean Metelerkamp and Wikus de Wet travelled South Africa together as Twenty Journey to understand the land that binds them. Here they select their favourite Instagrammers.
Filmmaker Adam Curtis spoke at HAU Berlin about the invisibility of modern power, the failure of progressive politics and how technology is suffocating our humanity.
With ISIS on one side, the Assad dictatorship on the other, and the proxies of Western and Middle Eastern countries filling in the gaps, what hope is there for ordinary Syrians to live in peace?
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.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will carry out his first Prime Minister's Questions with suggestions crowdsourced from supporters. Has a new way of doing politics begun?
As the next generation comes of age, Pristina is experiencing a rebirth. And what better way to rebuild your universe than through an independent magazine.
As Cheef Keef announces his intentions to run for Mayor of Chicago, we take a look at cultural figures - from surfers to punks - who have made the leap into politics.
Documentary Shield and Spear reveals the limits to freedom of expression in South Africa today and introduces the "Rainbow Generation" driving an exciting new wave of creativity.
In the wake of the Rachel Dolezal media extravaganza, Tetsuhiko Endo points back at the real issue: that “authentic” racial identity is a myth.
A resurgent Conservative government in power has a new generation looking for its sound of opposition. Who will take on the role the Smiths, the Clash and Billy Bragg played in the Thatcher era?
After the disappointment of the UK's election result, Dr Giles Fraser wonders if elections are just an elaborate charade to maintain the status quo.
Huck hosted a rowdy night of political debate on the eve of the UK’s general election. Here are the best bits.