Here's why I'm supporting this weekend's March for Science.
Over 70% of Ethiopia's population is under 30 years of age. This can be converted to economic muscle if policies are introduced to tackle the high unemployment levels in the country.
Rather than an outright coup, Venezuela's government has slowly eroded its democratic institutions and processes, until now.
One protester was killed and several senators bloodied as Paraguayans rebelled against what they consider an unconstitutional attempt to extend President Horacio Cartes' term.
President Lukashenko's recent reconciliation with Putin is unlikely to help Belarusian citizens caught up in post-Soviet economic and social turmoil.
A decline in union membership has left a void to be filled by a more chaotic movement - alt-unionism.
Although thousands have taken to the streets, protests against Brexit have been muted.
Anti-corruption protests in more than 80 cities spell trouble for the 2018 presidential election campaign.
The idea that violence is acceptable when levelled against tyranny is a core American belief.
President Trump says environmental regulation kills jobs. To fight back, conservation advocates need to show that protecting the environment can produce jobs and local benefits.
Corruption is leading to instability in South Africa, which in turn poses a threat to the country's national security.
It has been a rough year for the women of this world, which makes a day of recognition even more important.
Romania's ongoing protests against a bold move by the government to decriminalise corruption has highlighted greater social and political issues.
Can social media and a high profile clash with Manchester United help disgruntled Blackburn Rovers fans lodge a protest that will resonate in India where the club's unpopular owners reside?
People have been rising up against nuclear weapons ever since the first one was used – and it hasn't been for nothing.
When the pen is mightier than the sword.
Japan claims that the placement of “comfort girl” statues outside the Japanese legations in South Korea violates international law, but state practice and jurisprudence suggests otherwise.
As a privileged mainstream protest movement rises, it should heed the experiences and triumphs of its more radical counterparts
It's vital that the problems at the South African Broadcasting Corporation be fixed in the public interest and for democracy, given its wide media reach in the country.
Can the new administration be swayed if the people keep up the pressure?