Full story - October 11, 2016
Delfín Quishpe
Delfín Quishpe, who is Quechua from the El Chimborazo area of Ecuador, is a champion for indigenous people within the music world, but he's a divisive figure.
Full story - July 11, 2016
A panel of an illustration about a woman being deported to Czech Republic
See and read what life is like in detention centers and for people who are experiencing the immigration enforcement process through a unique art initiative.
Full story - June 22, 2016
Screenshot of man beating another man, who is on the ground
“We are in 2016 and still have diggers being tortured with a machete,” says on Angolan journalist who has dedicated his life to covering blood diamonds.
Full story - May 26, 2016
Syrian-Galician journalist and activist Leila Nachawati Rego.
"My novel is a homage to those anonymous people who every day live, love, resist and struggle for their country, for a better society, even if the odds are against them."
Full story - May 20, 2016
Women forced to walk nude through the streets en route to a police station. “Activists” captured them for practicing prostitution.
Asked why his men forced the women to walk the streets naked, Datsik sarcastically told the news website Fontanka, “The country should know its heroes.”
Full story - May 05, 2016
South Sudan journalist
Five newspapers have been forced to close over the past year.
Full story - April 08, 2016
Bangladesh Bloggers
With six writers killed, the government, the judiciary and police forces have taken no significant measures to deter extremists from targeting bloggers and publishers.
Full story - April 01, 2016
Flying Spaghetti Monster
The church’s founder promised that Pastafarians aren’t out to “troll” Russia’s traditional religions.
Full story - March 28, 2016
crowd of protesters with umbrellas and signs
Catch up: A former president was being investigated for graft. Then he was made chief-of-staff by the current president — and now she's under investigation too.
Full story - March 16, 2016
Aboriginal women from the remote Central Australian community of Ampilatwatja performing at a public ceremony in 2010 to protest against the Northern Territory intervention.
"Facebook saw these topless women as 'indecent' and in violation of their no nudity clause. On hearing this, I was outraged that Arrernte woman undertaking ceremony could ever be seen in this way."