Here's why I'm supporting this weekend's March for Science.
Rather than an outright coup, Venezuela's government has slowly eroded its democratic institutions and processes, until now.
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.
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?
New ways of expressing discontent are constantly emerging. Could mass shootings join what sociologist Charles Tilly has dubbed the 'repertoire of contention'?
Protest poetry has an esteemed history, from the British war poets to writers behind the Iron Curtain. In Perth, poets are protesting against a contentious road extension and their words are charged.
The latest Star Wars films stirs up topical themes of resistance, empowerment and activism in the face of large-scale injustices.
The protesters have scored a big victory in the Dakota Access Pipeline conflict, but it's served only to illuminate the sharp divisions over energy policy in the US.
The current state of emergency in Ethiopia is the last attempt by the Tigrayan-led regime to stop the Oromo and Amhara protests and maintain political power.
Peacekeeping is not easy. But for South Africa's universities to begin working towards solutions, it is crucial that their communities give peace a chance.
In Turkey's climate of general political repression, cyberactivism constitutes a real alternative for engaged citizens.
People risk being physically harmed during violent protests. But there is also an emotional element at play.
Zimbabwe has experienced another wave of discontent, manifesting in protests by its citizenry. This may well herald a change in the idea of citizenship in the country.
The past decade has shown a strong connection between political protests and the looting of foreign-owned shops in South Africa. Research shows that local leaders use protests to maintain their power.
Grassroots protesters are questioning the logic of export-led ‘growth’ and renewed fiscal austerity pushed through the ‘Africa rising’ narrative. They want policies that meet their basic needs.
Online activism now means creating alternative ways to work, communicate and protest.