UK student grants were abolished this week. We talk to the artist behind the ‘Day After Debt’ project to find out how art can challenge a culture of debt.
The strange story of Mighty Current publishing takes another turn, as UK national Lee Bo becomes the fifth employee to go missing.
#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.
Victory for the right wing opposition in Venezuela’s national elections is another defeat for left-leaning populist governments across the continent.
A London children's safeguarding board has warned parents that distrust of government policy and the mainstream media could be warning signs of extremism.
Filipino-American photographer Lawrence Sumulong photographs political posters, ahead of 2016 elections, to show distrust in a country ravaged by corruption.
Photographers Sipho Mpongo, Sean Metelerkamp and Wikus de Wet travelled South Africa together as Twenty Journey to understand the land that binds them. Here they select their favourite Instagrammers.
Comedy group Mother's Best Child and online magazine Don't Panic team up to a produce a video that exposes warmongering politicians and token festive philanthropy in one swoop.
Filmmaker Adam Curtis spoke at HAU Berlin about the invisibility of modern power, the failure of progressive politics and how technology is suffocating our humanity.
With ISIS on one side, the Assad dictatorship on the other, and the proxies of Western and Middle Eastern countries filling in the gaps, what hope is there for ordinary Syrians to live in peace?
The FUCK Parade turned East London's Cereal Killer Café into a battleground, but as Michael Fordham discovers, the class war is alive and well across the country.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will carry out his first Prime Minister's Questions with suggestions crowdsourced from supporters. Has a new way of doing politics begun?