The push to relax drug laws is gaining momentum globally, but what would a legalised market in the UK actually look like?
Nigeria’s protests against police brutality have gone global, and while the government has since promised to disband SARS, demonstrators are vowing to keep on the pressure.
A new illustrated book edited by Koshka Duff interrogates the police's role in constructing today’s profoundly unequal, crisis-ridden society.
After almost a decade of worsening tensions and increasing harassment, writer and activist Phil Samba argues that it’s time to take radical action.
Closing parks during a lockdown is inhumane, especially when housing is so cramped and gardens a rare luxury.
The United Families and Friends Campaign held their annual procession through London this weekend to demand justice for those who've died in police custody.
Secret Garden Party festival offered festivalgoers the opportunity to have their drugs tested to help avoid overdoses and poisonings.
Bay Area artist Elliot Lim's new take on The Wire's intro reminds us the show is still as relevant as ever.
Trust in American police is at a 22-year low. Now Senior officers are exploring if unarmed officers could challenge a culture of institutional brutality.
From Mike Brown in Ferguson to Mark Duggan in London, black lives are being lost at the hands of police. But activists in the US and UK are coming together to share stories and fight for change.
Artist Clet Abraham’s mischievously modified signage subverts authorities’ attempts to make us obedient citizens.
Since Mike Brown’s death America has witnessed the biggest movement for civil rights in a generation, but how much has it achieved? We spoke to race and policing expert Joe Feagin to find out more.