Brazil’s corrupt right-wing have wrestled back power. Activists predict a widespread loss of rights and growing repression, but could it also be the start of a progressive renaissance?
The latest chapter in Brazil’s escalating political crisis was opened when congress voted to impeach president Dilma Rousseff. So, what does it mean and what happens next?
In response to anti-government protests and fears of a coup d’etat, over 90,000 Brazilian progressives take to the streets to defend democratic values.
Huck reports from the ground in São Paulo, where right-wing protestors spent the night on the streets calling for president Dilma Rousseff, who heads Brazil’s most progressive government in history, to step down.
São Paulo ten-piece Bixiga 70 are putting a fresh, progressive spin on Brazil’s rich tapestry of African and European musical traditions.
The Defiance Issue traces a jagged line across the globe, picking up voices of rebellion along the way.
São Paulo’s Bia Granja is helping social media fulfil its promise as a revolutionary force by bringing online communities together in real life.
Boogie reveals the hidden world of poverty and violence that exists in the shadows of cities around the world, from New York to Kingston, Jamaica. But what did he find on the streets of Rio?
Rio de Janeiro’s Ballet de Santa Teresa is providing hope, education and a safe haven for some of the most disadvantaged children in Brazil.
French photographer Iris Della Roca's moving portrait series returns dignity and pride to marginalised children from Rio's favelas and Paris' banlieues.
After four surgeries, Ricardo dos Santos succumbs to his injuries and suffers cardiac arrest in intensive care.
Pirate radio, mad jazz and acid house took DJ and tastemaker Gilles Peterson to where he is today.