We are yet to see what the new Polish landscape will become, but my aim is to follow this transformation as it is taking place.
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A project that began in 2012 after the war in Libya during the first great migration in Sicily. A story of the lives of men and women in search of
With Greece in its 6th year of recession, tens of thousands of small businesses have been forced to close and many more are likely to go the same way.
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Greece, since 2009 is undergoing a period of heavy and deep economic crisis. In 2010, the then Greek government, turned for help to the EU and the IMF and…
This series focuses on the connection between people and territory and the significance of trans-national and transcultural identities, exploring the relevance of European identity and its relationship with concepts of
Since the Schengen Agreement entered into force in 1995, the borders in many parts of Europe have gradually faded from the landscape and from people’s minds.
“The Latest” is journey in the lower Portuguese social class, the struggle that 3 millions of Portuguese live every day, the 30% of Portuguese population considered poor.
Borderlands: The Edges of Europe is a collection of analogue photographs representing the people and places along the borders of the European Union, developed with the purpose of creating an archive
A volatile air of misery and uncertainty has plagued the Greek capital since the onset of the Global Economic Crisis in 2008.
In recent years, several thousands of people, many belonging to the Roma and related communities such as Ashkali and Egyptians, have been forcibly returned to Kosovo by Western European countries.
At 0 km from the Danube, Sulina’s old lighthouse is only a symbol. The eastern gate of the European Union since the accession of Romania in 2007, it illuminates no
Every day dozens of Chechens try to escape the Putin-proclaimed happy paradise in Chechnya by entering the European Union illegally via the border with Ukraine or Belarus.
According to data provided by various Rom associations, on the basis of the last census, approximately 150 thousand people belonging to that race live in Croatia. However, official fonts in