This year, we spotlight the inspiring individuals and activist groups who have been on the frontlines of the fight for a better future.
We recall month by month what has been a tumultuous year in the fight for social justice.
Youth activist and politician Athian Akec speaks to Caleb Femi about 'Poor' – a poetry collection exploring the strife and joys of young Black boys in 21st century Peckham.
In the wake of a rule change meaning that more gay men can give blood, writer Benjamin Weil argues that the burden of AIDS discrimination has merely shifted elsewhere in the community.
10 years on from the tuition fee vote, writer Ben Smoke reflects on the chaos of a day that would shape the future politics of a generation.
In her new book, The Corona Crash, economist Grace Blakeley sets out the ways we need to radically restructure society in the wake of coronavirus.
Writer Owen Jones talks to Huck about the agonising experience of writing his new book, and what Corbynism might look like beyond Corbyn.
As data reveals disproportionate cannabis cautions for Black people, a Labour campaign backed by 20 MPs is calling for reform. Its co-founder Jeff Smith MP explains why.
Momentum might be under investigation for its electoral expenditure, but it's the Tories who've rigged the spending system writes James Butler.
After a long and successful career as a British diplomat, Carne Ross suffered a crisis of faith. Here, he discusses the dangers of our current political order.
This week three High Court judges ruled that Parliament must be given a vote on triggering Brexit, much to the right-wing press's dismay.
When Ankit Love felt that none of the candidates in the London Mayoral election were offering what he wanted, he formed the One Love Party - offering world peace, an end to climate change, and a pledge to legalise cannabis. We went to meet him on the campaign trail.