"UndocuQueer" movement defends the rights of undocumented queer immigrants, facing difficulties in the US. Julio Salgado, one of the activists, framed his attitude to the issue in form of illustration project.
Yeon-mi, a refugee from North Korea, is nowadays one of the recognizable activists for refugee’s human rights. After moving to the US she launched several projects in order to rise social awareness and continue volunteering both in America and South Korea.
In her book Mexican author transmits words of immigrant children, who try to find a shelter in the US. The investigation carried by journalist in 2014, during the epicenter of migration crisis, lasts until now. And the questions which arises within this issue do not seem to be...
How we can prevent sexual harassment in universities? Should one try to cut the rape attempts or is it more effective to work on victim's defense? Dr. Charlene Senne, a Canadian psychologist, gives her own answer.
Throughout more than 5 years Amie Ferris-Rotman and Lesley Ferris, her mother, work on freedom of expression. In 2015 daughter launched a project "Sahar Speaks", which aimed at advancing opportunities for Afghan female journalists.
What are the toughest issues, which immigrants and their kids are facing after moving to another country? Carolina Arantes, a Brazilian independent photographer tries to illustrate this question with her project about the first generation of Afro-French woman living in Paris.
An interview with Yulia Vanifatieva, who is telling about the basis and development of "Pink Power", the projects which are included in the concept, and different work experience in Russia and USA.
The exhibition organized in the leading museum of modern art in 1955 was initially intended to bring people together by provoking empathy. Although the project was understood in a different way, it received worldwide response in discussions and debates which are still up-to-date.