Telling stories from a tiny Southeast Asian island.
"If there’s anything that I’ve learned from being an activist in Singapore, it’s that the community you build around yourself will be what gets you through the toughest of times."
A group of volunteers in Hong Kong carry out public education while performing crucial services for the city's poorest residents.
University students in Myanmar march across the country in opposition to new education legislation.
A year after the sudden shutdown of Greece's public broadcaster, ERT3 in Thessaloniki continues to operate, manned by journalists refusing to give up on their workplace.
Using workshops and forum theatre, the We Can! campaign makes Singaporeans think about violence against women.
Joining the Radical Independence Conference to build dreams of a new Scotland.
Cambodian villagers struggle against eviction and land grabs.
A year before the referendum, Scottish campaigners take on the uphill task of convincing their countrymen that independence is the way to go.
Fed up with corruption, Filipinos take to the streets to protest against pork barrel politics.
Spending time with the ERT journalists of Athens, refusing to leave their desks despite the sudden shutdown of the public broadcaster.
Examining criticism of The Lady, once (and possibly still) Myanmar's beacon of hope.
Same-sex marriage to be decriminalised in Vietnam.
The slow growth of the anti-death penalty campaign in Singapore.
Following a rally for clean elections in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.