"Operational Fortitude" was cancelled hours after it was announced after widespread condemnation on social media and a protest on the street.
Superintendent Mark Fenton took the fall for using a controversial "kettling" tactic, but many think accountability needs to go higher up the chain of command.
"If we can't criticize our political leaders in this country, we're no better than North Korea," says the man whose profane criticism of the prime minister has made headlines.
A Canberra politician wants to grant women safer access to abortions while respecting freedom of assembly.
They may be the second-smallest country in the talks, but Kiwis are up in arms over the rampant secrecy surrounding the deal.
The actress and activist talks about what drew her into the fight over climate change, her career in activism, and why it's OK to not be liked when you're campaigning for a cause.
People are not happy with the new museum about a notorious murderer, which was originally supposed to be a museum celebrating the women of London's east end.
Demonstrators gathered in Parliament Square to inhale NOS in protest against the UK government's new Psychoactive Substances Bill, which bans basically anything that'll get you high.
They've had their eyes on anti-police protestors since Michael Brown's death in Ferguson almost a year ago.
With momentum—and Bernie Sanders—on its side, the $15 minimum wage movement no longer seems so far-fetched.
Inside the schisms and drama of Reclaim Australia.
Christelle de Castro, a New York-based photographer and art director, was there one year ago after Eric Garner's killing, when the people hit the streets in protest.
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The photography collective Road Bloc has been taking significant risks to depict the intense political unrest that has been unfolding in Bahrain for years.
The real "student experience" is increasingly at odds with the image sold by universities—so student activists are demonstrating.
At a recent protest against the Pamplona bull run, a British woman used her boobs to draw attention to animal rights. But when the cause is totally unrelated to gender equality, is getting your nipples out actually counter-productive?
We investigate abortion access in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, two Canadian provinces with restricted access to abortions and conservative political climates.
VICE was granted insider access to the group's planning and execution of a topless protest at Canada's National Assembly against a law that could restrict abortion access in the country.
One officer was knocked out as people threw bricks at police who were helping the UK Border Agency round up an immigrant in London.
Activist Nadya Tolokonnikova on prison, being forced to make police uniforms, and the absurdity of Russia's laws.
They were protesting against a ANZ-backed coal mine at Maules Creek.
The Festival State has some of the most outdated sex worker laws in the country. We examine why they're so averse to change.
At nearly every student protest in Chile, "encapuchados" stand ready to burn stuff and throw things at riot cops' heads.