With young people bearing the brunt of economic precarity, many are now turning to cash advance apps to get by.
Despite the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, the issue of over-policing on university campuses remains.
During the pandemic, Made In Hackney launched a meal service that has since proved vital for many, made up of vegan dishes that reflect the borough‘s cultural diversity.
Founded in 2015, Obsidia is the world’s only portable, feminist nation, and its creation is offering a means to explore alternative modes of political organisation.
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After emerging as a powerful force for social justice during the BLM protests last summer, K-pop fans are now mobilising around another urgent human rights issue: Palestinian liberation.
Photographer Janine Wiedel recalls travelling to Iran in 1976 to capture everyday life there, two years before the stirrings of the Iranian Revolution began and would irrecovably change the country.
On #SpiritualTok, witches and guides are gaining exposure for stealing practices belonging to other cultures – but a group of TikTok users are confronting the whitewashing of their ancestors’ rituals.