Pregnant women and women with small children are facing severe human rights violations in Turkey’s prisons, reports Stephen Delahunty.
Photographer Serbest Salih teaches vulnerable communities how the act of documentation can help them to process their own experience.
After being injured in a deadly attack in Libya, photographer Guy Martin wasn’t sure if he’d ever shoot again. Then he found inspiration in the post-truth era.
In his new film Arada, director Mu Tunc reflects on the movement’s early beginnings in Istanbul.
The psychedelic four-piece take us on a tour of Istanbul in a new Boiler Room-produced short, mapping their creative journey through the streets of their hometown.
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.
LGBT people are being forced to live in the shadows thanks to Turkey’s highly conservative government. In his new book, The Purple Room, Helio Leon shares their struggle.
When Jason Andrew exposed human trafficking in football, he found himself questioning his own role in the documentary game.
From the banning of Pride celebrations to trans women being murdered in the streets, LGBT resistance and visibility has never been so important in Turkey, says queer photographer Omer Tevfik.
The fire of resistance is burning strong in Istanbul but as photographer Emine Gozde Sevim finds, the drive for a life of freedom – unmarked by maddening world events – extends beyond boundaries.
As freedoms and liberties begin to crumble in the Turkish state, five students find themselves at the centre of an alleged terrorist plot.
New film by pro snowboarder Alex Yoder and Patagonia comes to London along with panel discussion exploring how sustainable, environmental design can reduce our impact on the planet and influence positive life choices.