With Afro-Colombians facing multiple threats of violence, the need for a national Black rights movement is more urgent than ever.
Colombia’s coffee-growing region was once a violent no-go zone where all the best beans were exported. But as peace has spread, an influx of coffee fanatics is revolutionising the landscape.
This issue is all about celebrating strength in the face of adversity – sharing stories of defiance in a world falling apart.
Danish photographer Mads Nissen reflects on his time in Colombia during the height of its turmoil, documenting the people impacted by conflict in the country.
Bigger, louder and more colourful than ever: photographer Stefy Pocket shoots the local revellers at the legendary four-day festival of Barranquilla.
A chance encounter in a dingy Colombian bar gave photographer Daniel Motta the keys to Medellín's tight-knit metal community.
Marta Álverez vowed to get justice after a decade of torture and abuse. Now she’s the first person to be given a public apology from the Colombian government for LGBT discrimination.
Armed with a camera and printer, photojournalist Berta Tilmantaite headed to South America to shoot portraits of people who'd never before had their photo taken.
Huck spoke to Colombian Coffee Company founder Eduardo Florez about Colombia, capitalism and coffee’s role in peace talks between the government and guerrilla groups.
From political prisoners to former child soldiers, photographer Sascha Kraus has travelled the globe documenting outspoken figures doing what they do best: rapping for survival.
New documentary on Colombian prison hip hop reveals the power of beats behind bars.