Reportage

Reportage Archive of Positive Magazine

Loyalists

Loyalists. No surrender. Northern Ireland

Photography by Mariusz Smiejek; Written by Dr Katy Radford Institute for Conflict Research
prison

Twelve maximum security inmates, seven community volunteers, and five puppies. This is the group of dedicated individuals making up the Canine Partners for Life (CPL) training program in SCI Greene ...
camino

This story is the result of several past pilgrimages on the Camino de Santiago, an ancient spiritual trek across northern Spain, prior to any interest in photography, and then walking ...
quarry

Popularly known as The quarry, the Bakoteh dump site is all that remains of an old strip mining. The craters the old stone excavations left behind now harbour the garbage ...
losing

“Infidels, pagans, non-believers,” these are terms the Islamic State (IS) uses when referring to minority groups within their reach. IS’s aggressive entry into Iraq, which is home to mostly Sunni ...
refugees

Migrant’s winter in the Italian mountainous communities.
portugal

In 2001 Portugal decided to deal with its endemic narcotics problem in a novel manner; By decriminalizing all narcotics and instead choosing to focus on harm reduction efforts they were ...
Lobabov

Continue a tradition. ”Sex and Coffee” is a new limited edition calendar by Ruslan Lobanov.
ISIS

Iraq with its difficult history only recently began to recover from the wreckage of the US invasion in 2003. Then, in 2014, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) ...
president

“Not my president”. This is the expression of anger we heard from 9th November along the streets. “I didn’t sleep tonight in order to follow the election’s scrutiny, it was ...

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Caracas, Venezuela. By the end of 2016 Venezuela had an official inflation rate of 180.5%* (*data from The Wall Street Journal, July 2016) - one of the highest in the ...