For the past half-century, photographer Donna Ferrato has been on the frontlines of women’s rights protests, documenting fierce political battles.
We recall month by month what has been a tumultuous year in the fight for social justice.
As protests over a controversial new farming law in India spread to other cities across the world, those leading the demonstrations are keeping on the pressure.
10 years on from the tuition fee vote, writer Ben Smoke reflects on the chaos of a day that would shape the future politics of a generation.
The Polish government has delayed its abortion ban amid protests, but activist groups are keeping on the pressure and helping women access procedures overseas.
Campaigners are fighting back on plans from the Scottish government to make buying sex illegal, highlighting the grave danger it would cause to sex workers.
To mark 25 years this month since the DDA came into effect, writer Frances Ryan argues that it's time to stop seeing disabled people as weak and to defend their basic rights.
In protest of their university's handling of coronavirus, nine students have taken over a tower and are using TikTok to document their occupation and to galvanise a new generation of organisers.
A new book considers the crucial role of photography as a weapon in the fight for freedom and justice.
Writer Sharan Dhaliwal remembers how a racist attack resulting in the death of an 18-year-old in Southall in 1976 sparked the area's first and biggest youth-led movement of anti-racism.
A new illustrated book edited by Koshka Duff interrogates the police's role in constructing today’s profoundly unequal, crisis-ridden society.
Tens of thousands of theatre performers have been left without support during the pandemic, and last week, hundreds of them took their fight to the streets.