"In an increasingly polarised world, our poos and wees are becoming progressively politicised by partisan politicians." Keegan explores how the gender neutral bathroom debate impacts upon non-binary and gender queer people.
"Amid the gradual deterioration of personal quality accompanied with the rising number of social conflicts in this city, the so-called ‘paradise’ by Hong Kongers has already vanished and become a sole memory to us." Protest artist Anita Lai shows us that in a city where only 0.03 percent of the electorate will be able to vote for the next incoming leader, art speaks louder than words.
“In Pakistan I was paying for very expensive and terrible quality water. I soon found out that even then some 10 percent of the global population doesn't even have the quality of water that I have, and the quality of water I have is pretty bad,” Syed Mansoor's Water Democracy aims to help fight the global clean water crisis with a simple and affordable solution.
"All over the world we have this caricature of the docile Muslim woman who doesn't really fight for herself and who is subordinated by her husband, but I want to show these women in a very different light. They wear hijabs, they’re very much rooted in their faith and they're also badass organisers." Chaumtoli Huq, the producer of Sramik Awaaz: Workers' Voices, explains why we need to listen to these Bangladeshi garment workers.