Iraq's Dark Phantom lead the charge of heavy metal acts taking on Islamic extremists and corrupt government officials across the region. Here we celebrate some of the loudest voices.
Inside an old school building in Augusta, Sicily hundreds of unaccompanied minors see out their adolescence in limbo, waiting… for who knows how long.
Ahead of a mass demonstration on February 27th, a 21st-century commune is sharing the story of its struggle against an international airport development.
Artists and activists are increasingly using culturehacking to challenge the powers that be. Here’s what you need to know.
On the fifth anniversary of protests in Egypt’s capital, we asked Huck photographers Guy Martin, Pauline Beugnies, Lindsay Mackenzie and Monique Jaques about the stills they remember most.
Paul Hawkins draws on zine culture to push back against mainstream poetry in Place Waste Dissent, an account of the era-defining 'No M11 Link Road’ squat protests in the early ‘90s.
Victory for the right wing opposition in Venezuela’s national elections is another defeat for left-leaning populist governments across the continent.
Artist Katy Bauer explains the key to successful activist art is not to rant, shock or alienate but break through to people who don’t agree with you.
When David Cameron announced yesterday a successful drone strike on a British-born target in Syria, was he cynically playing to both the hawks and the doves while conceding little in the way of true humanitarian responsibility?
Jason Larkin releases two photography projects from South Africa, Waiting and Platinum, which reveal the subtle complexities of the Rainbow Nation two decades after apartheid.
Paul Mason’s provocative new book offers a terminal diagnosis of the current order and argues the building blocks for a postcapitalist future are all around us.
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.