Digital activism, once looked upon as the lazier cousin of getting out to drive change, has gained new purpose and emerged as a force of change.
We spoke to Avijit Michael—a founding member of Jhatkaa, India’s biggest homegrown organisation for online activism—about dissent and demands in a dysfunctional democracy.
This included garbage bags, instant noodle packets, and even underwear.
The term's usage shot up 10,796 percent in 2019.
We know it's bad for our mental health, but it could be a positive place.
A rugby team of correction house inmates, former beggars, school dropouts and slum dwellers has found its place in a sport few care about in India.
We speak with musicians and companies becoming the change they want to see.
Writer Tess Ryan explores how acknowledging and harnessing the power of Indigenous women we allow us to make change.
Just a few suggestions to start with.
All India Bakchod—one of India's most popular groups of comedians—use their acidic humor to call out powerful systems of oppression.
Police said she threw nine coins at the turbine "to pray for safety."