Brazil’s former vice-presidential candidate Sonia Guajajara calls for urgent environmental action amid the existential threat posed by the coronavirus.
As the country went into lockdown, we jumped on the phone with the new Shadow Justice Secretary to talk about his book, Tribes.
During the second wave of the pandemic, it was revealed that Covid patients with learning disabilities were given DNR notices. While shocking, the news spoke to a long history of sacrifices disproportionately falling on the shoulders of disabled people.
Last summer saw a string of raucous outdoor gigs in Los Angeles – critics say they’re being reckless, but they claim they’re just keeping their scene alive.
Dr Kate Paradine, CEO of Women in Prison, makes the case for urgently protecting prison residents and staff.
In 'the everyday waiting' photographer Jabulani Dhlamini sheds light on the situation in one of South Africa's poorest neighbourhoods.
As calls for a second referendum grow louder, TikTok is giving young Scots a platform to carry on their fight through lockdown and to build solidarity with other independence movements.
As the Covid crisis exacerbates and exposes the problematic structure of work, the subreddit r/antiwork are asking: what if the issue with work was work itself?
Huck’s politics editor Ben Smoke reports from Homerton Hospital in Hackney, London, speaking to staff about the profound emotional and physical toll they face every single day amid Covid-19.
A new release from some of the country’s most exciting musicians challenges the notion that the fight for freedom is a battle of the past.
The comedian discusses his new documentary, which looks to recover the legacy of the relatively forgotten band, The Nightingales, through following its renegade frontman, punk icon Robert Lloyd.
Frontline migrant health workers are risking their lives amid the pandemic, all while being made to pay extortionate visa charges. When will the Government care for the people who care for others?