Amid the release of her new book, the former refugee turned boxer, model, humanitarian and now author reflects on the turbulent journey that has shaped her remarkable rise.
Photographer Elizabeth Waterman discusses her project documenting sex workers across the US and Mexico.
In her new book, writer and researcher Amelia Horgan explores the many problems facing workers today and why fixing them will mean radically changing the very foundations of society.
Writer and academic Katherine Angel discusses her new book, which urges readers to rethink the concept of consent as the be-all and end-all of a ‘good’ sexual encounter.
The issue of workers being denied toilet dignity has worsened during the pandemic. And for female couriers, in particular, it’s taking a toll on their mental wellbeing and ability to work.
Director Shalini Kantayya discusses her new film shedding light on the urgent threats machine learning poses to individual freedoms and democracy, and what society must do to combat these sinister technologies.
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.
In her photo series, Natalia Ershova meets the social recluses from Moscow who have chosen to stay at home, and communicate with the outside world almost entirely online.
Writer Owen Jones talks to Huck about the agonising experience of writing his new book, and what Corbynism might look like beyond Corbyn.
The pandemic has wrecked the livelihoods of sex workers everywhere. But in Cape Town – where police brutality is already rife – the struggles are even more acute.
Means TV is the world’s first ‘post-capitalist, worker-owned streaming service’, providing subscribers with leftist documentaries, films and cartoons.
With street protests now banned thanks to the Coronavirus crisis, Fridays For Futures school strikers are finding new ways to advocate for change.