Tina is 80 years old, she lives alone and she has Alzheimer’s disease. Her memories are slowly leaving her, wrapped in confusion, often they disappear completely, sometimes she invents new…
The social situation of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, is not easy, especially in the suburbs and in the shanty towns which experience an intense discomfort.
A reportage by Christopher Perez around central Asia. A journey started as holiday but ended more like a very interesting trip which the author decided to share with us.
Photography by Mariusz Smiejek; Written by Dr Katy Radford Institute for Conflict Research
Venezuelans from different ages, and social conditions entering everyday to Colombia at the immi- gration crosse at the Simón Bolívar International Bridge. The neighbourhood of Villa del Rosario a Municipally of Cúcuta, Colombia was once a busy and free easy crossing point between Colombia and Venezuela.
The Wolfsschanze was the most famous and most used Führer Haupt Quartier of Hitler, who spent a lot of time there to coordinate the troops during the invasion of Russia. Wolfsschanze is derived from “Wolf”, a self-adopted nickname of Hitler. The top secret, high security site was in the Masurian woods about 8 km east of the small town of Ketrzyn, Poland.
“I was born between the two World Wars in a hamlet in the Tuscan interior, it was December, felt as cold as hell, I had a deformed foot and was penniles… So I was born lucky!”
What has remained of the conflict in Kosovo eighteen years later? The political axis has moved and the region fallen into oblivion and struggles to get out. Among green meadows a multitude of Uck monuments are background of an euro balkans area that is approaching to the end.
The Rohingya have been described as ‘one of the world’s most persecuted people’. Despite originating from Bangladesh and living in Western Myanmar for centuries, they are not recognized as citizens of either country.
Taking agricultural land for industrialization has been the dominant narrative of development in the 21st century, especially in the developing countries. In this context, the story of Singur in West Bengal’s Hooghly district stands as a striking example in reversing the trend.