Aboriginal protesters gather outside the studios of Channel 7 in Martin Place, Sydney. View more from this series.
Aboriginal protesters bang on the glass of the public studio windows of Channel 7 in Martin Place, Sydney, after producers lowered curtains to block them from being seen during the live broadcast. View more from this series.
Australian cricketer and philanthropist Glen McGrath participates in the Queen's Baton Relay at Circular Quay, Sydney, ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
An Aboriginal man with painted body gives a traditional dance alongside children along Broadway in Sydney's CBD, at a march marking Invasion Day and the 230 years since Australia was colonised, inflicting death and loss of culture upon Aboriginal communities.
An Aboriginal woman paints her son's face ahead of protests marking Invasion Day, in Sydney's Redfern district.
Pope Francis waves to passerbys along the 7th avenue of Bogotá's central district. View more from this series.
Street decorations for the visit of Pope Francis to Colombia, in Bogotá's central district'. View more from this series.
Supporters of the new political party FARC hold candles at a launch rally in Bogotá, Colombia. View more from this series.
The crowd gathered in Plaza Bolivar for the launch of a new political party FARC in Bogotá, Colombia. View more from this series.
A supporter holds a sign for the FARC political part at their launch rally in Bogotá, Colombia. View more from this series.
A couple embrace at the launch rally of the new FARC political party in Bogotá, Colombia. View more from this series.
An Aboriginal traditional dance is performed in the middle of George Street intersection in Sydney's CBD, Australia. Every year on 26 January known as 'Invasion Day', Aboriginal people and supporters march to call an end to unequal treatment under government policies and for racist mistreatment by police forces.
Aboriginal protestors and supporters march along Park Street, Sydney, Australia.
An activist at protests on the steps of Town Hall, Sydney, Australia, begins to set an Australian flag alight using a cigarette lighter, as a police officer and a crowd looks on.
Artist Lisa Roberts speaks about the exhibition she led for the Sydney Science Festival at the University of Technology Sydney, to 'offer new experiences and conversations to expanding the understanding of our changing climate'.