Mahsa Amini’s brutal death has sparked outrage. “Woman. Life. Freedom” is now a message being sent in protest against the regime.
The light at the end of the tunnel
A bullied childhood and youth are the roots and the ingredients of a modern pop band, Leslie & Bestie.
Breaking rules and challenging stereotypes
Pushing the boundaries of gender in fashion, Rebecca Haddaway continues to produce legendary catwalk moments.
On the road with the modern day hippies
Hitchhiking was all the rage in the 1960s but since then it’s been in decline. We meet the people who are keeping it alive.
Assange questioned by Swedish prosecutor
Swedish authorities were have questioned Julian Assange, six years after he was accused of rape.
Paris 1968: Art & Revolution
Political posters made in the heat of the protests of Paris 1968 continue to have relevance and power
Human Rights, Human Wrongs
Exciting and provocative exhibition focusing on a stream of often-violent images of conflict and suffering, subjugation and struggle, from across the globe.
Gay conversion therapy – the art of rewiring your brain and attempting to banish your homosexual desires. Does it work? The short answer is no.
Freedom, fatwas and the Mob
We take a look at some defining moments in the debate on free speech and its often fractious relationship with the arts.
Frames, chains and freedom on two wheels
Around the world the cycle continues to offer immense freedom to the individual, but it has also been important politically as well.