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The role of dancing within the Chilean feminist uprising
The Pakistan-born grassroots climate activist on her incredible journey resisting co-option and the fossil fuel industries’ desperate attempt to depoliticise the youth movement
Mario Washington-Ihieme in conversation with Andrea Thompson and Ron Timehin.
Liam Woods on building community and dismantling gatekeeping in the photography industry
The fight against President Obrador’s gaslighting, sexist and violent government
Nathalie Weatherald and Teresa Di Mauro write about the 25th edition of international documentary film festival Ji.hlava.
Dominique Palmer’s reflections on climate wins in 2021 and the importance of revolutionary love
Radical Chilean collective La Tesis discuss how they are cultivating a democratic and intersectional global feminist movement through performance.
shado's editors speak to De Nichols about her new book 'Art of Protest', a beginner's guide to how art can create change.
Young Glaswegian activist Lauren MacDonald looks at the failures of governments at COP26 but sees hope in the power of people power and grassroots organisations.
Young Nigerian activist Abideen Olasupo discusses Nigeria's shrinking civic space, as engineered by the Government's curtailing of social media rights.