Theatre company 2Magpies are no strangers to tackling controversial subjects, but their latest project - exploring music and torture at Guantanamo Bay - may well be their boldest performance yet.
Anti-terror raids put Brussels at the centre of Europe’s debate on radicalisation. But at Les Ursulines skatepark kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.
The Paris attacks pushed Brussels into the centre of Europe's debate about immigration, intolerance and radicalisation. Ursulines skatepark offers a refreshing counterpoint, here kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.
Activists are determined government restrictions won’t prevent them from building a powerful grassroots movement for climate justice, explains Danielle Paffard of 350.org
It’s not ideology, Islam or radicalism that fuels ISIS; it’s poverty, control of oil wealth by corrupt rulers and a lack of positive opportunities, argues Thomas Piketty.
A former member of Al Qaeda, Hanif Qadir is now on the de-radicalisation frontline in East London. But politicians are making his work much harder.
Shutting our doors to refugees and bombing Syria is exactly the response ISIS want. Alex King looks at why we can’t let them dictate our response to the Paris attacks.
From New Wave Cinema to Jean-Paul Sarte, human rights and street photography, if you pick a culture war with France, you’re going to lose.