Cole Sprouse photographs a forest under threat in British Columbia
Exclusively for i-D, the photographer and actor presents new work shot inside Fairy Creek forest.
How the Police Crackdown Bill will impact climate protests
This attack on democracy is a response to movements of people power.
Scenes from the London vigil in memory of Sarah Everard
Since Saturday, thousands have taken to the streets in protest of male violence against women despite police opposition.
The #PoliceCrackdownBill will only enable more violence against the vulnerable
Here’s how you can stop it from becoming law.
Robert LeBlanc captures America from all angles
The photographer spent six years on the road working on the epic project.
Photographs from Moscow’s youth-led protests
After shooting the protest, photographer Gosha Bergal discusses the beginning of a new chapter for Russia.
Uganda’s youth is trying to remove a dictator
Today, the voters across the East African nation head to the polls to bring an end to Yoweri Museveni’s 35-year reign.
Young Nigerians want to see these changes from the #EndSARS movement
Nearly a fortnight on from the Lekki Toll Gate massacre, Nigeria's young generations are still fighting for lasting systemic change. Here's how you can help.
This young XR protester faces jail for protesting peacefully
His sentencing on Friday could stifle legitimate protest against the Government and corporations, campaigners say.
How Nigeria's queer youth are fighting to #EndSARS
The country’s LGBTQ+ community has suffered systemic discrimination and violence for decades. Now, queer Nigerians are taking a public stand.
The ‘Polish Stonewall’ is happening as we speak
It's a key moment in Poland's fight for LGBTQ rights, with protests taking place in Warsaw, Krakow and beyond in response to violent injustice.
The photographer who handed over film to protesters
Photographer Andre D. Wagner presents the images that caught his attention and made it into the resulting zine, FREE FILM: JUNE 2020.