A Sunday kick-about and a small team who are uniting locals and refugees with the power of football.
Posts byBen Cullimore
Anti-migrant feeling is once again on the rise in Europe.
Inspired by left-wing politics and second-tier German football, Yorkshire St. Pauli are using sport to make a positive change to their local community
As Slovakia struggles under the weight of the migrant crisis, the country’s far-right extremists have re-emerged from the shadows
The mayoral election is seen as being a battle between Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan, but who are the other hopeful candidates?
With Boris Johnson’s support for Brexit, his popularity with the electorate could decide the outcome of the EU referendum
Friends star Matthew Perry has taken the plunge into playwriting, but how successful is his West End debut?
After months of talks, the PM struck a deal on the UK’s place in Europe. But what has it achieved?
Fancy a little more doom and gloom in your daily yoga workout? If so, Black Yoga have got you covered
We examine the problems currently being faced by one of Palestine’s most revered theatres.
From football to education to character building, the Right to Dream academy is using sport to change the lives of West African youngsters
The Swedish group have been wowing fans across Europe, but how does their album compare to their live shows?
We joined junior doctors on the picket line to chronicle their 24-hour protest against new contract proposals.
With video game sales growing every year, we examine the independent developers who are starting to enjoy an increasing share of the wealth
After the release of his new album, we sat down with solo artist Nhor to discuss the influences behind his music
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in the French capital, we examine the philosophy driving ISIS’s war with the West.
As protests continue at the University of Missouri, we examine the background to the situation
The new app aims to help keep its users safe, but is it really as foolproof as it first seems?
We joined the National Demo for Free Education and Living Grants for All to chronicle the events of 2015’s biggest protest.
How the row over junior doctors contracts threatens an already fragile and underfunded NHS
Does BBC3’s move to show computer gaming events signal a change in attitude towards e-sports?
Clapton’s loyal supporters have become well-known for their anti-fascism and charity work, so we went down to the Old Spotted Dog to find out more.
As affordable housing becomes increasingly scarce, what is it really like to live on the water?