With India's healthcare system buckling under the immense pressure of the Coronavirus pandemic, volunteers and non-profits are having to plug gaps that neglect or seeming corruption are unable to.
From Russia to India and Hong Kong, we take a look at the zines which are carving out vital spaces of self-expression for queer people in countries where same-sex relationships still remain taboo.
Aperture‘s latest issue, featuring the work of photographers Tyler Mitchell Sara Knelman and more, pictures a world without inequality to show that other ways of living are possible.
As protests over a controversial new farming law in India spread to other cities across the world, those leading the demonstrations are keeping on the pressure.
Writer Sharan Dhaliwal remembers how a racist attack resulting in the death of an 18-year-old in Southall in 1976 sparked the area's first and biggest youth-led movement of anti-racism.
In the wake of a Bollywood song with a racist lyric about Beyoncé, South Asian youth are confronting society's colourist beliefs and the ingrained sense of anti-Blackness.
In 2019, trans Sadhus were allowed to participate in the country’s sacred Kumbh Mela festival for the first time.
In a new photo series, Suleika Mueller explores the Dharmic concept of ‘Moksha’ and captures the diversity of religious rituals across India.
Sohrab Hura blends fact and fiction to explore contemporary Indian society, never giving away whether an image is real or staged.
For six-year-old Kamali, skateboarding has become a way of creating major positive change – breaking down barriers that have held women back for generations.
The World Press Photo Award winner’s first solo exhibition is a meditation on the country’s kaleidoscopic street life.
With Kashmir under a curfew and a communications blackout, rapper Ahmer's debut album is providing a voice for a people being kept in the dark.