As the next generation comes of age, Pristina is experiencing a rebirth. And what better way to rebuild your universe than through an independent magazine.
As Cheef Keef announces his intentions to run for Mayor of Chicago, we take a look at cultural figures - from surfers to punks - who have made the leap into politics.
Documentary Shield and Spear reveals the limits to freedom of expression in South Africa today and introduces the "Rainbow Generation" driving an exciting new wave of creativity.
In the wake of the Rachel Dolezal media extravaganza, Tetsuhiko Endo points back at the real issue: that “authentic” racial identity is a myth.
A resurgent Conservative government in power has a new generation looking for its sound of opposition. Who will take on the role the Smiths, the Clash and Billy Bragg played in the Thatcher era?
After the disappointment of the UK's election result, Dr Giles Fraser wonders if elections are just an elaborate charade to maintain the status quo.
Huck hosted a rowdy night of political debate on the eve of the UK’s general election. Here are the best bits.
Shout Out UK present a short documentary on the effects of the 2014 Million Mask March and the role of Anonymous in mobilising young political activists.
In election week, Huck and Little White Lies present two free nights of films and debate on politics and activism today.
We're screening Russell Brand’s new film The Emperor’s New Clothes and having a chat about activism, radical politics and alternatives to the ballot box. It's completely free so join us at Huck’s 71a Gallery on Wednesday May 6 at 7pm.
Liberland is the latest micronation to declare its independence. Huck looks at how other self-declared countries have fared after deciding to go it alone.
Michael Fordham explains this unlikely meeting shows how fragmented our political circus has become.