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.
Summer starts when Les Rencontres de la Photographie in Arles starts, at least for photographers. I’ve been to Arles the first week of the festival. It’s always a nice moment to meet friends and professionals and to understand, in a way, what’s happening in the European photography and in the world. Infact it’s always interesting to see the […]
We have interviewed Tamara Stoll on her photography project Sonnenallee. A project on multiculturalism and community.
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.
We have interviewed Sara Zanella a young and very talented Italian photographer based in Copenhagen on her project The Way Home Russia.
e have interviewed Peter Garritano in his project Hajwalah, it’s about drifting subculture in Arabia. Hi Peter, let’s talk about your project “Hajwalah”. What does “Hajwalah” means? It’s the Arabic language name given to this type of racing– a specific type drifting unique to the gulf region that’s totally different from the kinds of drifting […]
“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 Muslims, made additional targets of minorities who practice Yazidism or Christianity. Some of IS’s most vile tactics have been its public penchant for the abduction and forced conversion of children ...
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 able to drastically reduce the negative effects normally associated with drug abuse within the country. Shifting away from treating drug users as criminals and putting […]
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 world. However IMF predicts it to rise to 1642% in 2017.
Along the whole Italian alpine arch tens of old paths were used in the past to cross the border illegally. Goods and people have always moved across them. Along the centuries Italians used to trade pasta, rice or sheep for French salt.