The Congolese group Lucha successfully mobilized thousands to march for the right to water in the city of Goma. Now, the group is challenging the regime of President Joseph Kabila.
Four UK protesters went to court last week to contest what may be Britain's most draconian sentences handed down for peaceful environmental protest since 1932.
After being made illegal in Scotland and other countries, England is pushing ahead with fracking, but do we really need to worry? Why is there friction between local people, the police, and those who walk the corridors of power?
The right to protest is a fundamental human right, especially in Britain.
Britain’s political system is broken to the point where many people in Northern England actually want to join Scotland to escape austerity measures.