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The work of ornament making is itself very hard and tedious and the small hot rooms doesn't add any comforts

Men with the Golden Job

Documentation of the shabby and unhealthy environment under which local gold ornament makers have to work in the city of Kolkata.

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Kolkata,India-July 2015. semi liquid hot iron is getting cleared from the floor

Irony of iron cast workers

The workers of that foundry works in long 12 hours shifts or even more sometimes in the skin burning heat.

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2013, Italy - Ayuba is responsible for growing and harvesting vegetables. He dreams of being evangelical preacher.

Tomorrow you’re there

The idea of this work was born thanks to the knowledge with the social cooperative Undicesimaora, a reality of my area that deals with job placement… (photo essay by Gianluca Rossetti).

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© Pooja Jain

DeConstructed life of campers

Workers represent half the world’s population and are major contributors to economic and social development. Million workers migrated for reasons of employment.

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Interview with Ian Teh, Dark Clouds

I was very struck by the fact that in same pictures people look like very small, almost miniatures, surrounded by the contest, the outside. Is this element functional to your purpose? I wanted to show that the people I pictured were overwhelmed by their environment. I see the workers in these places as cogs in […]

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Savar Tragedy

Turjoy Chowdhury | Savar Tragedy

A young man somehow managed to get hold of his mobile phone to give his mother a last call. A woman took out her ID card and held on to it firmly, so at least her body could be identified for her children.

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Lahore, Pakistan.  An electronic and electrical waste collection area on the outskirts of Lahore.  In this place small business’ owners, look for wastes that they can use for recycling and waste disposal purposes or that contain precious metals.

Valentino Bellini | BIT ROT Project

Bit rot is a colloquial term used in the computerized information systems environment to indicate the gradually decaying of data stored on storage medias or software over the duration of time.

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People are running to find their family member and relative who were rescued from the collapsed Rana Plaza and admitted in Enam Medical College & Hospital. (27th April, 2013)

Anik Rahman | Life Under Construction

24th April 2013, it was just like an another random day for all the Bangladeshi people. A day started with lots of pressure with work for the working people and so on for other people with their duty.

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Suzhou, City, Center, Nanxim Lu. Outside view of old mansion.

Melanie Dornier | Chinese Dream

Chinese cities are exploding; everybody wants to enjoy new technologies and live on last development urban area. Old parts of cities don’t have anymore any value for Chinese development enthusiasms.

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BANGLADESH - 2012. A worker is busy with fiber process, in 2007 khalishpur jute mill was closed due to heavy loss and started in 2011 again but government didn’t permanent the workers yet.

Abu Syeed Sumon | Fragile commitment

Even today my memory could recall when workers are rush into the mill in the morning, busy working environment, crowed of production and community in the complex.

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Valentino Bellini | Akwatia: bodies at work

Ghana is a country rich in natural resources, especially of gold, which is extracted with bare hands by a lowcost labor force, to be sold at competitive prices on the international market.

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Woman breeder in a rural village in Andhra Pradesh.

Simone Nascetti | Women and development in India

In the coming decades, India’s economic growth, if it wants to maintain the current level of development, will have to deal with the shortage of trained people, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.

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29/10/2010

Teddy Seguin | Outport

In the far eastern Canada, the Big Island of Newfoundland is still a wild land sparsely populated. On this rugged coastline of 250 km from Port aux Basques Harbour Breton…

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