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PRIVATE 51 | Global Report 2

As unique and special the scenes are that the photographers for this issue have chosen to focus on, the similarities (what we have in common, what we share) that can

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Donald Weber | Bastard Eden, Our Chernobyl

Some 20 years after the nuclear reactor incident of April 26, 1986. Chernobyl lies 100 kilometers north of the capital city of Kiev, in a boreal forest of winding rivers

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Isabelle Pateer | Unsettled

The ongoing documentary series “Unsettled” focuses in a metaphorical way on the idea of “progress” in a case where living environment and heritage have to disappear because of industrial purposes.

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Kirk G Ellingham | Four Floors in Bielany: Chechen Refugees in Warsaw

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.

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Guido Gazzilli | Fisnik

I went to Kosovo long after the end of the war. My first stay in Kosovo was in April 2009. The country was pronounced independent the year before. Still today,

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Nadia Shira Cohen | Exodus

And why Haiti… in a country which is no stranger to suffering, why then have the fate of the Haitians befallen to such a massive disaster, an earthquake stamping out

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Daniel Traub | Philadelphia

These photographs explore inner city neighborhoods in Philadelphia. I look at street corners, the facades of buildings, churches, and vacant lots. Along the way, I make portraits

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Antonia Zennaro | Down There

The Reeperbahn, the red-light district of Hamburg, is a mile famous for its sin. Basic human drives that were considered primitive in Western Society at the time laid the

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Alex Tomazatos | Homeland

The youngest land in Romania has fascinated people and still does. Every year, the beauties of this wetland bring hundreds of thousands of tourists to the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve

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Monirul Alam | The People’s Struggle

Rafiqul has been forced to move 22 times in as many years, a victim of the annual floods that ravage Bangladesh. There are millions like Rafiqul in Bangladesh and in

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Silvia Boarini | Bedouin Land

With Bedouin Land I aim to compile a visual journey exploring the daily life of the Bedouin minority living in unrecognized villages in the Negev, Israel.

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Martin Errichiello | Tales of the River Lebe

The cultural essence of Mali, a western African country, reveals herself as a precious alchemy of anthropological roots where more than 20 ethnic groups such as the Bambara from the

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Nicola Lo Calzo | Comeback to Kalahari

Comeback to Kalahari is a return to origins: an invitation to rediscover a world geographically remote, but in which man is deeply bound by the thread of the story. This

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