All across India, young men are willing to turn their backs on tradition and compete for a better life – even if it means sacrificing everything.
Venezuela's crisis has changed the lives of its youth forever. But whether they choose to leave or stay put, the scope of their ambition remains the same – no matter how tough things get.
We joined the crowds at CONIFA’s World Football Cup, a tournament that offers the isolated and stateless a chance to compete in international football.
On Sunday, 70,000 people from the city’s clubbing community took to the streets to counter-demonstrate against the far-right AfD (Alternativ für Deutschland) party.
Military service is mandatory in Israel, but for the young Israelis who refuse to serve and be complicit in occupation, a complicated journey awaits.
Turkey’s purge of ‘dissent’ has thrown the country into uncertainty, posing a dilemma for reporters: support the government or risk jail. But for a handful of young journalists, the facts are worth fighting for.
By documenting neglected stories on the edge of San Francisco, Alex Welsh came to realise that stereotypes can be created or broken in a flash.
As Ukraine erupted in conflict, Brendan Hoffman jumped on the next flight – confronting his own shattered reality in the process.
We hit the streets of Caracas with the youth of La Resistencia, a movement determined to see democracy return to Venezuela in the face of state sanctioned violence.
In the shadows of the country’s hardline regime, young liberal Iranians – now the majority of the population – are finding creative new ways to rebel.
The psychedelic '60s were ignited by Ken Kesey, a gang of misfits and a bus-load of drugs... but the experiment is far from dead.
Wheelchair Rugby might just be the biggest crowd-puller at the Paralympic Games. We look back on our time spent with Team GB during London 2012.