F(L)IGHT is a personal and thoughtful reflection on the current state of the UK and the EU. Boston registered the highest Leave vote in Britain, at 75.6 per cent. It has been dubbed “the capital of Brexit”.
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The nation’s biggest popular uprising is demanding fair access to health, education and a new constitution.
Over the past few months, Chile has been going through its largest and most forceful anti-government demonstration…
The images in this series form a social document of a people and a place; namely, a sect of Hasidic Jews known as the Satmars. This sect of Hasidic Jews was founded in Satu Mare, Romania by Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum in the early 20th century
A documentary project that reflects strong socio-cultural and behavioral elements of parties, amongst Yoruba people of Lagos, Nigeria.
Jalal Uddin Rumi is a 17 years old aspiring documentary photographer who sent us this photo essay that he made with his essential photographic gear. We awarded him the publication for the quality of his documentary, wishing him a long and brilliant career in photojournalism!
How fishermen in northern Iran have to deal with pollution of the Caspian Sea. While the closed nature of the Caspian Sea makes it a rich source of aquatics, it also renders its waters much more vulnerable to the increasing pollution.
Faith is not about belief. Faith in fact has very little to do with what beliefs you hold, other than that it allows you to hold them.
Bigotry is a story about a neglected freedom, a country in turmoil, and many gagged mouths.
A previously unreleased story and an epitome of an immense body of work, by Suvra Kanti Das.
“Without drugs I’m like a car without petrol. If they leave me, I will die”. The life on the edge of two ‘blood brothers’, who make their living as recycling workers in Johannesburg.
A photograph by UnFrame Photographer Suvra Kanti Das has been chosen by Time Magazine in Person of the Year 2018 – THE GUARDIANS AND THE WAR ON TRUTH
There are currently hundreds of women alleged to be ‘witches’ living in five camps across northern Ghana facing a lack of human rights and discrimination.
The Mlabri are one of the smallest ethnic groups living in Thailand, numbering about 400 people.
In a period of about twenty years they made a transition …