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Laamb Senegal

Laamb Traditional Senegalese Wrestling

Senegalese wrestling, known locally as "Laamb” is a traditional form of wrestling that holds deep cultural and social significance in Senegal.

Mandinga Warriors Cape Verde

Mandingas go out to the streets in Cape Verde, dressed in costumes and painted in black with ashes and oil. Dancing, chanting, howling they parade through the streets of Mindelo
climate activist police barricades.

‘Lützi stay!’ At the edge of the 1.5°C

This series depicts the struggle for climate justice at the frontiers of the village of Lützerath (Germany) that has been evicted for coal mining.
Lexi

Lexi

This story documents an Ecuadorian Trans Woman's journey as she moves from a life in the shadows to a gender transition in a world that both supports and fears her.

The Elegy of Trawling

The connection that the fishermen have with the lake owner is a rather essential part of ensuring the prosperity of the community.

Don’t Wither Away

"Would you move to an Elderly Care Center or live with your son when you are old?" She held her son's hand and said: "Of course I would live with my son. Therefore M, please don't leave me alone when I'm old, honey."

Theravada Buddhist Monastery

It is traditional for the sons of a Cambodian family to live as monks in a monastery, even if only briefly. Aside the great honor, it is often the only way to get some education.
Firefighters factory Bangladesh

Blaze

Fire incidents and casualties are increasing throughout the Bangladesh. In 2019, two thousand one hundred and thirty eight people were burnt to death in various fires.

The Rahmeni Family

Telling about southern Tunisia through the eyes and gesture of a family from Gabes. The differences between the north and the south of the country were further accentuated after the "jasmine revolution" of 2011, and today...
flight brexit

F(L)IGHT

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”.

South Williamsburg Brooklyn

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

Dream Slaves

"...after olive and mandarins season has ended, local authorities appear to destroy tents and throw their workers residents out of the camp no alternatives were offered to them."