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Roberto Boccaccino | Ritdiena
Ritdiena is a latvian word that means tomorrow. Latvia is suffering the gloomiest economic crisis in Europe. Its foreign debt is increasing and people face unemployment and salary cuts. Ritdiena is a project for Latvia’s new generation.
Rian Dundon | Life in Limerick
Since 2001, a major feud between rival organized crime families has led to serious gang related violence. Actual war zones exist in Limerick, in some of the country’s most infamous public housing estates.
William Daniels | Faded Tulips
William Daniels, Faded Tulips. In 2005 the Tulip Revolution in Kyrgyzstan brought hope for democracy. Motivated by social injustice, the Kyrgyz people overthrew President Askar Akayev’s authoritarian and corrupted regime and elected Kurmanbek Bakiyev, an opposition leader and former Prime…
Nanni Fontana | Violence in Honduras
In Honduras crime is endemic. Violent crime is rampant; the per capita murder rate the second in the world rankings. (Nanni Fontana)
Stephen JB Kelly | Qi Lihe district
Qi Lihe district sits awkwardly on the outskirts of Lanzhou, the most destitute area of this heavily polluted industrial city in northwest China.
Rodrigo Cruz | The Promised Land
Every year thousands of Central Americans from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras illegally enter Mexico via the southern border with the goal of reaching the United States and a better life.
Kenzaburo Fukuhara | Danchi
After the Second World War, Tokyo city and its urban planning office decided to pay more attention to providing housing to migrants and the working class.
Ilan Godfrey | Remade
South Africa is entering a second period of significant change since the end of Apartheid. I was in Johannesburg for this momentous occasion and made my vote on the 22nd April 2009.
Benjamin Rusnak | Dreams & Tempests
Tourists may dream of postcard landscapes, but paradise can be destroyed by the deadly tempests the poor living in the tropics must face.
Max Sher | Magnitka
Magnitogorsk or Magnitka, a Russian mill town of 420,000 people is one of the most polluted places on Earth. Founded in 1929 at the behest of Stalin, the Magnitogorsk steel mill was originally modelled on the US steel cities of…
Bijoy Chowdhury | Revolt against SEZ
Singur and Nandigram are two villages situated in one of India’s most remarkable States. Totally dependent on agriculture, these two villages have recently fought against the Government, which threatens to snatch their only means of survival – fertile land.
Anna Kåri | Death in Birth
Just a few hours after entering the largest maternity hospital in Sierra Leone a 26 year old healthy woman dies just after giving birth to a baby girl, her second child.
Michele Palazzi | The last Tents
The last Tents After the April 6th 2009 earthquake in Abruzzo, the Italian Government offered some temporary shelters for the displaced people. The “Piazza d’Armi” tents camp in L’Aquila (Abruzzo capital) has been for months the main symbol of the…
Miguel Ferraz Araújo | Kola San Jon
Cova da Moura is a small Ghetto in Lisbon, that was builded illegaly in the seventies by Capverdian migrants. This area has a bad reputation, because of the youth gang violence and drug traffic which became a daily problem. Every…
Matilde Gattoni | The Dark Side of Dubai
[T]here are three different Dubais, all swirling around each other. There are the expats; there are the Emiratis, headed by Sheikh Mohammed; and then there is the foreign underclass who built the city, and are trapped here. They are hidden…
Claudio Cricca | New Tirana City
Claudio Cricca began studying photography in 1994, and has attended international classes in photojournalism in Italy and the US. His works were selected as winning photos at The Humanity Photo Awards. In 2008, his first book, “faceless”, about the Criminally…
Kirill Golovchenko | The Ukrainian breakthrough
Kirill Golovchenko was born 1974 in Odessa, Ukraine. From 2002 until 2007 he studied photography by Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences in Germany. After been supported in the last two years of his studies by Barbara Klemm in the meantime…
Kobi Wolf | The story of the Bedouin tribesmen
The story of the Bedouin tribesmen in the unrecognized village of wadi al-Na’am southern Israel desert. Wadi al-Na’am is an unrecognized Bedouin village located in the Negev Desert in Southern Israel. The village is home to about 8,000 Bedouins. Since…
Veejay Villafranca | A Divided Race
According to a study from the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies in Delhi, India; Mizos and Chins share the same genetic, cultural, historical, and…