Sat close to Greece's border with Macedonia is Idomeni, a small village that's currently the temporary home to thousands of refugees. Photographer Gus Palmer reports from the ground.
Photographer Marinos Tsagkarakis explores his homeland and finds a country struggling to keep its soul.
Volunteers have stepped in to fill gaps where the international community has failed to avert a humanitarian disaster.
After his studio in Shanghai was torn down and his studio in Beijing bugged, Ai has opened up a new space to make art about the plight of refugees.
#ThisIsACoup is a four-part documentary series arguing that the EU destroyed the first radical left government in modern history and forced economic collapse on Greece.
We’re living through a revolution, swapping skills instead of cash. Huck hangs out with writer Paul Mason and gets a tour of this brave new world.
Over two weeks, Adam Patterson travelled with refugees making the harrowing journey across Europe to shoot a powerful new documentary.
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis learned about austerity the hard way. Now he has some disruptive advice for Jeremy Corbyn and progressives across Europe.
Paul Mason’s provocative new book offers a terminal diagnosis of the current order and argues the building blocks for a postcapitalist future are all around us.
As the economic crisis deepens, Huck heads to Athens to meet the protesters of Omonoiea Square, and the waitresses serving tourists on nearby Crete, to get a feel for what the future holds for young Greeks.
The Greek crisis has pitted people against the “laws” of economics. Documentary Money Puzzles exposes the myths at the foundation of neoclassical economics and goes in search of the reality on the streets of Athens, Argentina and the City of London.
Greece and the rest of Europe are locked in a battle over austerity vs. growth. But is GDP a flawed measure that will lead us further towards catastrophe?