Bigger, louder and more colourful than ever: photographer Stefy Pocket shoots the local revellers at the legendary four-day festival of Barranquilla.
Marta Álverez vowed to get justice after a decade of torture and abuse. Now she’s the first person to be given a public apology from the Colombian government for LGBT discrimination.
The island is still stuck without electricity, internet and phone service over six weeks after the storm first struck. In her latest photo series, Erinn Springer captures the local struggles.
Allimento is a new dry food supplement that is set to be offered to the state’s low-income communities, in a bid to tackle ‘food waste and poor nutrition.’
Queermuseu, a groundbreaking exhibition on queer identity, was forced to close on Sunday after receiving pressure from far-right and evangelical groups.
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.
Armed with a camera and printer, photojournalist Berta Tilmantaite headed to South America to shoot portraits of people who'd never before had their photo taken.
Brazilians affected by the fatal Samarco dam disaster present community demands for reparations to mining corporation BHP Billiton’s London AGM.
Photographer Tom Bing packed in his life as a teacher in northern England to explore South America, the continent of extremes, to escape the feeling of drowning.
Kiwi skier Sam Smoothy’s late discovery that his father had been a prolific mountain climber sparked a journey of discovery which lead to some of South America’s most spectacular mountain ranges.