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Gdansk, Poland, October 2016

Erasmus+

If the core of knowledge is change and adaptation, then Erasmus + program is the perfect tool… an environment away from stereotypes of the national school.


London Underground, London, August 2016, Man walks across in the platform

Stranger

I think there’s a beautiful sadness resting on the faces of people travelling on the underground. A sense of melancholia that I try to capture.

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London, United Kingdom - 9 October 2016. “I’m Alaa but my friends call me Ali. I am from Damascus, Syria.”

From War and Trafficking to London’s Tech Scene

This photo series gives a face and a voice to London’s refugee tech students. As they begin a new journey, their past continues to hover over them.

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London, UK - Jun-July 2016. “Old is dying and the new cannot be born” - probably this is the most appropriate phrase to describe the situation of UK after first 15 days of declaration of BREXIT result. Confusions, predictions and expectations are everywhere in everybody’s mind.

The First Fortnight of Brexistential Crisis

The First Fortnight of Brexistential Crisis, photo essay by Debiprasad Mukherjee Your EUrope United Kingdom      

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Whitehall, London, UK; 24 June, 2016. Protesters arrive at Downing Street with placards raised.

We Are the Future: London youth respond to the UK-EU referendum

On Friday, 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom awoke as a nation starkly divided.

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07/18/2015 - Rome (Italy). Chiara is 17 years old hiding her face behind her hair for a joke

Elsewhere

This work is about adolescence. The protagonists are young people living a part of their lives in the “elsewhere” of a therapeutic rehabilitation center.

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Warsaw, Poland - March, 2015. “There is nothing for them (polish expatriates) to come back to. The social security is okay and they feel safe. Young and ambitious people will go abroad. It is often about work and the money and there is not enough opportunity here.”

Transitions

Transitions, photo essay by David Shaw. Your EUrope Poland Poland is a Catholic country however many of the more old fashioned traditions are pushing some people away.

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A closed down video club in Filippou Str, Thessaloniki, Greece

Going out of Business

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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Wloclawek, Poland - April 2014. Heating Plant.

Halfway

A middle-sized city in the center of Poland, halfway between the mountains and the Baltic Sea. Neither rich, nor really poor, with a typical history of a region’s industrial capital which blossomed in the time of state socialism and lost that position after 1989.

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