“I am here for humanity.”
Amidst India's Citizenship Act Protests, Musicians Get Arrested and an Exhibition Shuts Down at an Arts Festival in Goa
Four musicians from Dastaan Live got arrested for performing songs “that insult the Hindu religion”. At the same time, an exhibition that had visitors scribbling anti-CAA slogans on a blank canvas, was shut down.
Student protesters leading the movement—who have spent the last few days dealing with death threats, abuses and the impending fear of being arrested—tell us what to keep in mind when going out to protest, especially if it turns violent.
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.
27-year-old Gina Park is helping people be cruelty-free even in between the sheets.
Ismail Fahmi took matters into his own hands after he saw the damage social media misinformation and disinformation caused.
From climate rallies to pro-democracy movements, young people stood up across the region with a unified message: enough is enough.
As part of our series "The Year We Woke Up," we meet a 25-year-old with a solution to Australia's food wastage problem.
Khin Cham Myae Thu, aka Gloria Judo, has no time for discrimination.
In 2014, the 23-year-old challenged a rule that forbids women with “too much” testosterone from competing. In 2019, the sports star has also become a queer icon.
Noko Nishikagi doesn’t let her age nor society’s expectations detract her from doing what she loves to do.
The decade that began with the defeat of a relatively moderate climate bill is ending amid calls for capitalism to be dismantled.