In the Barcelona area, local governments and citizens are transforming municipal politics, finds Luke Stobart.
In Palestine, Futura D’Aprile meets the peaceful change-makers who want to create hope for their divided city’s future.
Political theorist Neil Vallelly on why the state keeps passing the buck to the individual.
Architecture is never neutral, explains Laith Kharus Whitwham. But can it be made to truly serve the public?
Communities that were decimated by Germany’s forgotten genocide are now demanding justice. Gouri Sharma reports.
Yewande Omotoso moves through the unknowable city, looking and listening.
As lives are turned upside down by war, Bennett Murray reports from Kyiv on the defiant mood in the Ukrainian capital.
Europe’s response to accommodate people fleeing Ukraine illustrates how sanctuary for all refugees is possible. Jun Pang and Nadia Hasan write.
Asma Hafiz reports on the intrusive surveillance being forced on often lower caste sanitation workers in many Indian cities.
Hazel Healy unpicks the workings of mobility apartheid.
Ten years on from the devastating nuclear disaster, citizens are working together to show that nuclear power and fossil fuels are not the only way. Tina Burrett visits the red zone.
From occupied Palestine to Scottish high schools, people across the world are challenging the warmongers. We profiled eight extraordinary people on the peace frontline.
Community journalists from the northeast of England on the impact of air pollution on their lives.
Yewande Omotoso ponders how belonging to a city goes beyond the bald fact of living in it.
Nanjala Nyabola on how Nairobi’s young lovers have claimed the city’s public spaces.
The militant women at the centre of India’s thriving secular movement.
Mutual aid networks in Ukraine have stepped up to support those in need across the country, writes Tina Burrett.
As volunteers prepare aid for Ukrainian refugees, Simone Lai reports from Italy’s largest arms factory – which still works 24-hours a day, but for social justice.
Communities across the world taking back control of services and resources.
In his new book, Going Home, Palestinian writer Raja Shehadeh laments a breakdown of solidarity. But, writes Kieron Monks, there are glimmers of hope.