wolfgang tillmans: vote together and build a better future
The photographer discusses the latest iteration of his pro-EU campaign, a series of collaborative pan-European posters and photographs, to celebrate the world’s second biggest election.
the new aoc netflix doc shows the need for emotion in politics
'Knock Down The House' has been criticised as a feel-good movie for liberals, but its point is that winning is hard and “the machine” will nearly always win in the end. What it offers is hope, and a reminder that emotions matter, especially now.
Marie Le Conte
nigerian youth on the change they want to see
Nigeria is about to vote in a new president, and the outcome will have a vast impact on the country's youth, who make up over half of the population. 17-year-old photographer Isabel Okoro captured her peers and asked them what they want for the country.
these films tackled the major social issues of 2018
Using creativity to fight back against crushing global politics.
how diversity in fashion became about democracy
Knowledge of your taste is more valuable than ever before, and not just to those who want to sell you products, but to those who want to sell you ideas.
Clementine de Pressigny
'the simple life' was an accidentally brilliant reflection on america's political divide
15 years ago, Paris and Nicole illuminated the festering culture wars before Trump brought it all to the surface.
rihanna has no time for trump rallies playing her music
"Me nor my people would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies."
how young people are using social media to sway the midterms
"It is the same thing as if you were going to walk outside and start knocking on doors, they are just knocking on virtual doors through their smartphones."
what took taylor swift so long?
As Taylor Swift finally ventures into the political sphere you have to ask: why now?
how to turn your anger into action
Clare Press on making your voice count within the new wave of activism sweeping the world.
taylor swift finally broke her political silence
Look what you made her do.
the earthwise issue
the young brits shaping the future of politics
A new generation of young activists are infiltrating the British political system to create positive, progressive change.