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In God's Hands
By Markel Redondo
Updated Jan 11, 2011
What most caught my attention was the desperation that drives a person to...
Central Americans, Documentary, Guatemala, Honduras, Human Rights, Immigration, Mexico, Migration
TRANSMONGOLIAN
By Alvaro Laiz
Updated Nov 23, 2011
The Secret History of the Mongols, considered to be the oldest Mongolian...
Mongolia Abuse, Chamanism, Civil Rights, Documentary, Gay, Gay Rights, Genghis Khan, HIV/AIDS, Hope, Human Rights, Mongolia, Nomads, Photography, Photojournalism, Prostitution, Sexuality, Transgender, Ulaanbataar
'RELUCTANT' Sex Workers
By Carol Allen Storey
Updated Dec 02, 2011
‘RELUCTANT’ sex workers The darkness of an inscrutable...
Hamukungu, Uganda Civil Rights, Oppression, Sex Workers
Kansas Beef
By Piotr Malecki
Updated Dec 13, 2011
In America, meat is big business. The meat and poultry industry is the...
Beef Production, Cattle, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Dodge City, Editorial, Environment, Human Rights, Immigration, Meat, Meatpacking, Midwest, Multimedia, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Video, Workers' Rights
Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged
By Anthony Karen
Updated Dec 19, 2011
In an age when the mantra of "tolerance" is invoked so often that it has...
United States Anthony Karen, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Family, Gay, Gay Rights, HIV/AIDS, Kansas, Lesbian, New York, Nikon, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Religion, Sexuality, Soldiers, Sorrow, Spirituality, Transgender, USA, Veterans, War, Westboro Baptist Church
In Memory Of Trayvon Martin
By Juliet Frey
Updated Mar 26, 2012
This demonstration of 100+ people took place in Bloomington, Indiana,...
Civil Rights, Community, Crime/Criminal Justice, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Human Rights, Photography, Protests, Sorrow
Golden City Of Boten
By Ore Huiying
Updated May 19, 2012
    These images are part of the result of my ongoing fascination...
China, Community, Documentary, Globalization, Human Rights, Land Grab, Laos, Photography, Southeast Asia
Gays In The Military
By Vincent Cianni
Updated Jul 03, 2012
Even though “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” implemented...
Activism, Civil Rights, Documentary, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Editorial, Gay, Gay Rights, Homosexuality, Human Rights, Lesbian, LGBT, Military, Photography, Portraiture, Sexuality, Veterans
Keep On Steppin
By Director: Marjoleine Boonstra
Updated Oct 29, 2012
Keep on Steppin’ is a non linear narrative consisting of five poetic...
Documentary, Education, Graphic Design, Human Rights, Migration, Multimedia, Photography, Soldiers, Travel, Video, Violence, War
La Vida No Vale Nada
By Lianne Milton
Updated Nov 01, 2012
There's a common phrase Guatemalans say about violence in their...
Civil Wars, Corruption, Crime/Criminal Justice, Documentary, Gangs, Genocide, Guatemala, Guatemala City, Human Rights, Nebaj, Photography, Politics, Uspantan, Villa Nueva, Violence
Palestine
By Brigitte Grignet
Updated Feb 24, 2016
The sound of the muezzin at four am. Some sheep grazing in the meager fields...
Palestine, The Occupied Territories, Israel Conflict, Conflict Zone, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Gaza, Human Rights, Israel, Nablus, Occupied Territories, Palestine, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Religion, Tubas, West Bank
Out Of Tibet
By Albertina D'Urso
Updated Nov 06, 2015
 Out of Tibet  During my first trip to Tibet in the year 2000,...
Activism, Book, Buddhism, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Minority, Peace, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Racism, Religion, Spirituality, Tibet, Tibetans
Prisoners Of A Revolution
By Brian Driscoll
Updated Dec 10, 2012
 "Political Prisoners of a Revolution" is an ongoing project that...
Egypt Documentary, Egypt, Human Rights, Middle East, Political, Portraits, Prisoners, Revolution, Social Justice
Never Again
By Angela Blakely &Amp; David Lloyd
Updated Dec 11, 2012
Its nineteen years after the Rwanda Genocide and there remains with us a...
Angela Blakely, Blakely Lloyd, Community, Conceptual, David Lloyd, Documentary Photography, Genocide, Grief, Human Rights, Orphans, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Rwanda, Social Commentary, Sorrow, Story Telling, War
America Speaks
By Tish Lampert
Updated Mar 18, 2017
I have focused my lens on activism since 1967 when I first picked up my...
Photography
No, Madam
By Natalie Naccache
Updated Dec 13, 2012
There are currently 200,000 migrant domestic workers in Lebanon todayin a...
Beirut, Discrimination/Minority, Human Rights, Personal, Rape
ScèNes Et Types
By Tiana Markova-Gold
Updated Aug 15, 2016

Morocco Collage, Documentary, Human Rights, Islam, Marginalization, Mixed Medium, Morocco, North Africa, Orientalism, Photo-Montage, Photography, Photojournalism, Prostitution, Sexuality, Women, Women's Rights
An Aging Pandemic
By K. Heinemann / N. Schegloff
Updated Dec 17, 2012
What does aging with HIV look like? The Graying of AIDS: Portraits from...
Aging, Documentary, Epidemics, Health/Healing, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Pandemics, Personal, Photography, Portraiture
Fully Jewish Fully Chinese
By Jason Jia
Updated Dec 15, 2012
Project Synopsis: This project  documents  the daily lives...
Kaifeng Belief, China, Community, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Editorial, Family, Human Rights, Immigration, Israel, Jerusalem, Judaism, Kaifeng, Migration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Racism, Religion, Spirituality
Fresh Memories
By Philip Kirk
Updated Dec 22, 2012
The voices of the Chinese border patrol bounced around the high mountain...
China, Editorial, Human Rights, Incarceration, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Prison, Refugees, Tibet, Torture
The Neverending Story
By Massimo Barberio
Updated Jul 08, 2013
The Neverending Story – South Antifa It’s been almost 3 years...
Activism, Antifascist, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Editorial, Homelessness, Human Rights, Immigration, Italy, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Revolution, Youth
USA
By Dana Ullman
Updated Jan 06, 2016
"The system failed them before they even got to that point [prison]." -...
California United States Abandonment, Abuse, Activism, Africa, California, Civil Rights, Community, Corruption, Crime, Crime/Criminal Justice, Denmark, Disability, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Drug Abuse, Education, Epidemics, Europe, Family, Fear, Gangs, Gulu, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Incarceration, Los Angeles, Mental Illness, Mukono, North America, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Prison, Prisoners, San Francisco, Sorrow, Uganda, United States, Usa, Women's Rights
Welcome To My House
By Hiroko Tanaka
Updated Jan 20, 2013
Poverty plagues the indigenous in Guatemala with a low level of living...
Guatemala Central America, Children, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Family, Guatemala, Housing, Human Rights, Indigenous Guatamala, Isolation, Latin America, Living Condition, Mayan Indigenous, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Sorrow
Child Poverty In Cambodia
By Hiroko Tanaka
Updated Apr 25, 2013
Still struggling to rebuilt itself after the civil war, Cambodia remains the...
Cambodia, Children, Documentary, Editorial, Environmental, Human Rights, Hunger, Isolation, Orphans, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Sorrow, Stock, Street, Travel, Youth
Rodrigo's Case
By Hiroko Tanaka
Updated Mar 05, 2013
In Guatemala, too often death comes with a huge financial burden for...
Central America, Community, Documentary, Dying/Death, Editorial, Emotion, Family, Funeral, Guatemala, Guatemala Indigenous, Guatemala Indigenous,, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Illness, Lake Atitilan, Latin America, Loss, Maya, Poverty
The Gilded Age
By Greg Brophy
Updated Feb 05, 2013
A series of photos taken with film from the Impossible Project. The photos...
Capitalism, Copper, Corruption, Discrimination/Minority, Fine Art, Globalization, Gold, Human Rights, Impossible Project, Mixed Medium, New York, Photography, Polaroid, Workers' Rights
The Last Mine
By Oriol Clavera
Updated Feb 06, 2013
March 2011. Manol, Jesús, Benjamí and Juan Antonio are the last workers at...
SeròS Abandonment, Capitalism, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Editorial, Environment, Globalization, Human Rights, Industrial, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Workers' Rights
Struggle For A Normal Life
By Lorenzo Masi
Updated Feb 26, 2013
After twenty years of civil war Somalia nowadays is one of the poorest and...
Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Documentary, Florence, Human Rights, Immigration, Italy, Milan, Occupied Building, Padua, Photography, Photojournalism, Refugee, Rome, Somali Refugees, Somalia
Acid Violence Survivors
By Hiroko Tanaka
Updated May 01, 2013
Acid throwing is a form of violent assault that scar survivors physically,...
Caambodia, Cambodia, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Human Rights, Phnom Penh, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture
Euro Pride
By Edoardo Lucci
Updated Apr 30, 2013
Thousands of people gather in street to participate in the Europride 2011...
Activism, Civil Rights, Documentary, Energy, Euro Pride, Events, Gay, Gay Pride, Gay Rights, Globalization, Happiness, Human Rights, Italy, Joy, Lesbian, Love, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Rome, Sexuality, Transgender, Youth
The Sami Way
By Elisa Ferrari
Updated Sep 02, 2013
In September of 2012, I left my home in Austin, Texas to spend the next...
Activism, Agriculture, Arctic Circle, Capitalism, Community, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Energy, Environment, Environmental, Globalization, Green Energy And Wind Farms, Human Rights, Human Rights Violations, Indigenous Cultures, Jokkmokk, Landscape, Mining, Minority, Northern Sweden, Oppression, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Protests, Sami Reindeer Herders, Sapmi, Sweden, Technology
Taksim Unrest
By Massimo Barberio
Updated Jun 08, 2013
After the clashes, the protest still continues... Occupy Gezi in the last...
Istanbul Turkey Activism, Capitalism, Human Rights, Islam, Istanbul, Occupy Gezi, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Revolution, Taksim, Turkey, Youth
Dreaming Of Syria
By David Brunetti
Updated Dec 13, 2013
Dreaming of Syria is a reflective portrait of Syrians refugees in...
Civil Wars, Conflict, Documentary, Editorial, Fine Art, Human Rights, Jordan, Middle East, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Refugee Rights, Refugees, Reportage, Revolution, Syria, Syrian Refugees, Urban Refugees, War
Dobrogea Unseen
By Silviu Pavel
Updated Jul 15, 2013
The historical and geographical territory of ‘Dobrogea’ is...
Children, Dobrogea Region, Documentary, Education, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Romania, Still Life
Child Trafficking In Malawi
By Alec Leggat
Updated Sep 09, 2013
In many Asian and African countries, parents allow their children to go...
Children, Community, Documentary, Human Rights, Lilongwe, Mchinji, Dedza, Photography
UNTITLED PORTRAITS
By PAULO MONTEIRO AZEVEDO
Updated Sep 10, 2013
Untitled Portraits is a project about people.  Once more, this is a...
Abandonment, Beauty, Disability, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Loss, Mental Illness, Minority, Oppression, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Senior Citizens, Sorrow, Street
Fifa 15 Coins ps3
By Alessandro Rota
Updated Feb 05, 2014
The term ‘land-grabbing’ is used to refer to the global...
Activism, Documentary, Environmental, Globalization, Human Rights, Indonesia, Industrial, Mixed Medium, Protests
Duran Adam
By Massimo Barberio
Updated Nov 05, 2013
Turkey has been wracked by more than three weeks of protests against the...
Activism, Civil Rights, Community, Duranadam, Editorial, Globalization, Human Rights, Islam, Occupy Gezi, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Protests, Secularism, Taksim, Youth
Red Fragments
By Jian Gao
Updated Jun 24, 2017
      Red Fragments — is a long-term documentary...
Beijing Arts, Black And White, Candid, Capitalism, Children, China, Civil Rights, Climate Change, Conceptual, Corruption, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Environment, Environmental, Family, Friends + Family, Globalization, Historical, Human Rights, Immigration, Industrial, Lifestyle, Loss, Migration, Minority, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Relationships, Religion, Reporting, Street, Travel, Workers Rights, Workers' Rights, Yearning, Youth
Islam In Europe
By Fanny Sarri
Updated Nov 08, 2013
"Islam in Europe"  Muslims have by now made their presence felt in...
Documentary, Human Rights, Islam, Muslims, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Street
Algeria 2013
By Fanny Sarri
Updated Nov 08, 2013
Algeria is the largest country in Africa, the Arab world , and the...
Documentary, Human Rights, Islam, Muslims, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Religion, Street, Thessaloniki
In My World
By Karen Nachtergaele
Updated Nov 10, 2013
Autism is a congenital pervasive developmental disorder, which is...
Autism, Children, Documentary, Family, Human Rights, Isolation, Mental Illness, Photography, Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Youth
Every Child
By David Brunetti
Updated Dec 16, 2013
EveryChild recently invited me to photograph their work supporting children...
Abandonment, Adoption, Children, Children's Rights, Documentary, Eastern Europe, Editorial, Education, Human Rights, Institutional Care, Moldova, Orphans, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Youth
I Read I Write
By Laura Boushnak
Updated Dec 21, 2013
For Umm Ahmad from Jordan, the street where she lived in for the past thirty...
Arab Women, Education, Photography, Revolution, Women's Rights
Little Left To Lose
By Angelos Tzortzinis
Updated Jan 01, 2014
''Just for five euros, just for five euros'' she whispered. Greece wallows...
Documentary, Human Rights, Photography
SYRIAN Conflict
By Txomin Txueka
Updated Jan 06, 2014
SYRIAN Conflict : The armed conflict in Syria began in March 2011...
Aleppo, Syria Architecture, Documentary, Editorial, Genocide, Human Rights, Personal, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Street, War
REBELS OF LOVE
By Zoe Vincenti
Updated Jan 07, 2014
   REBELS OF LOVE (ph. Zoe Vincenti, tx Stefania Prandi)...
Documentary, Domestic Violence, Editorial, Family, Human Rights, Islam, Love, Photography, Photojournalism, Religion, Violence, Women's Rights, Youth
Borderland. Gangs Of Cape Town
By Gianmarco Panucci
Updated Jan 07, 2014
Borderland is an on going project, a moment of inquiry and awareness about...
Borderland, Cape Town, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Gangs, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, South Africa, Violence
Strangers In Own Land
By Mark Rafaelov
Updated Feb 03, 2014
War starts in 1993, Russian troops entered the territory of Georgia, later...
Tbilisi Abkhazia, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Documentary, Editorial, Faith, Georgia, Hope, Human Rights, Photojournalism, Refugees
"My Body Belongs To Me"
By Cristina Mastrandrea
Updated Jan 08, 2014
"My body belongs to me" by Cristina Mastrandrea Amina Tyler ,...
Amina Tyler, Civil Rights, Documentary, Editorial, Feminish, Freedom, Human Rights, Islam, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Protests, Religion, Revolution, Tunisia, Tunisian, Women's Rights
Electrosensitive
By Thomas Ball
Updated Jan 08, 2014
Electrosensitive: Outliers in a Wireless World The rapid introduction...
United Kingdom Abandonment, Divisive, Editorial, Electromagnetic Field, Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, Electrosensitivity, Energy, Environmental, Fear, Fine Art, Human Rights, Isolation, Landscape, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Pschysomatic, Science, Sorrow, Technology, United Kingdom
Cafe
By Raul Charlin
Updated Jan 08, 2014
The series “Café” deepens in the “ Café con...
Cafe Con Piernas / Coffee With Legs, Documentary, Human Rights, Latin America, Migration, Minority, Nude, Photography, Portraiture, Prostitution, Women's Rights
Tehran - Ocean Of Dreams
By Dominic Jan Geis
Updated Jan 09, 2014
MEHDI THE BOXER   &  BRECHT AT THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE...
Activism, Documentary, Editorial, Feminish, Forest, Human Rights, Islam, Performing Arts, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Protests, Street, Women's Rights, Youth
The Little Nomads
By A J Ghani
Updated Jan 09, 2014
In the context of a developing country, the term Street Children has been...
A J Ghani, Bangladesh, Street Children, Invisible Kid, Street, Children, Train, Portrait ,, Children, Community, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Human Rights, Orphans, Personal, Photography, Poverty, Street Children Dhaka
NO WAY OUT
By Coleen Jose
Updated Aug 11, 2014
It is a rare experience when stairs, a structure built for function,...
Architecture, Civil Rights, Commute, Disability, Documentary, Human Rights, New York City, Photography, Photojournalism, Transportation, Universal Design
Taken
By Meeri Koutaniemi
Updated Mar 09, 2014
TAKEN   Meeri Koutaniemi / Echo Photo Agency  ...
Children, Documentary, Human Rights, Photojournalism, Violence, Women's Rights
Path Breaking Move
By Andrea De Franciscis
Updated Jan 10, 2014
This year, for the first time, the widows of Vrindavan played Holi, the...
Abandonment, Aging, Celebration, Civil Rights, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Faith, Religion, Women's Rights
Playground Syria
By Maciej Moskwa
Updated Jan 18, 2014
Since summer 2011 when revolution in Syria turned into civil war which took...
Idlib, Syria Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Conflict, Dictatorship, Documentary, Fear, Human Rights, Humanitarian, Idp, Migration, Playground, Poverty, Refugee, Revolution, Syria, War
Children Of Addicted Mothers
By Yanina Manolova
Updated Jan 18, 2014
“ Among the children of drug-addicted mothers I have seen,...
Abandonment, Abuse, Children, Crime/Criminal Justice, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Drug Abuse, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Mental Illness, Photography, Photojournalism, Pregnancy/Birth, Prison, Women's Rights
Into The Rubble
By Maciej Moskwa/TESTIGO.Pl
Updated Jan 18, 2014
Photographic record that contains photographs from Hama and Idlib provinces...
Idlib, Syria Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Dictatorship, Documentary, Editorial, Forest, Human Rights, Islam, Military, Militias, Photojournalism, Revolution, Soldiers, Syria, Violence, War, Weapons
Passing By, Syria
By Maciej Moskwa/TESTIGO.Pl
Updated Jan 18, 2014
With each day of the ongoing conflict in Syria, someone is missing bread,...
Idlib, Syria Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Dictatorship, Editorial, Human Rights, Islam, Military, Militias, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Soldiers, Violence, War
The Waking Giant: Brazil. 2013
By Nicolas Tanner
Updated Feb 04, 2014
The photographs contained in this album were made while I was living in Rio...
Documentary, Gay Rights, Globalization, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Revolution, Violence, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights
Dead Cities
By Maciej Moskwa/TESTIGO.Pl
Updated Jan 23, 2014
"Dead Cities" are the remains of Roman and Byzantine settlements in the...
Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Dictatorship, Documentary, Homelessness, Human Rights, Idlib, Photography, Photojournalism, Syria, War
Silent Genocide
By Claire Kern
Updated Mar 09, 2014
In 1982, the Peopleʼs Republic of China passed a law, known as ʻthe one...
Abortion, Abuse, Activism, Belief, Birth, Borders, Buddhism, Children, Conceptual, Crime/Criminal Justice, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Family, Feminish, Forest, Genocide, Human Rights, Isolation, Love, Macro, Multimedia, Photography, Portraiture, Religion, Sexuality, Travel, Women's Rights
Blind Date | MAMA
By Catrine Val
Updated Mar 10, 2014
blind date | MAMA HD 6min.51 sec.| 2013   There seems to...
Adolescence, Civil Rights, Disability, Documentary, Environmental, Human Rights, Politics, Video
Permanent Temporality
By David Brunetti
Updated Mar 25, 2014
Palestinian refugees from Syria (PRS) are arguably the most vulnerable...
Borders, Civil Wars, Conflict, Documentary, Human Rights, Immigration, Lebanon, Middle East, Migration, Minority, Palestinian Refugee Camps In Lebanon, Palestinians From Syria, Palestinians From Syria In Lebanon, Palestinians In Lebanon, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Refugee Crisis, Refugees, Reportage, Sabra And Shatila, Shatila, Syria, Syrian Palestinians, Syrian Refugees, War
Outdoors Activities In Rome
By Ana-Maria Rusu
Updated Mar 26, 2014
Rome Documentary, Food, Human Rights, Hunger, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Street
The Castle
By Svetlana Volodina
Updated Mar 28, 2014
    Prehistory of project.   The next day after...
Disability, Documentary, Dying/Death, Fear, Forest, Health/Healing, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Mental Illness, Orphans, Photography, Privacy, Sexuality, Spirituality, Violence
Working Nepalese
By Kristin Lau
Updated May 22, 2014
The Everest Region, located in the Solukhumbu district of Nepal, is one of...
Community, Documentary, Editorial, Environmental, Human Rights, Loss, Photography, Photojournalism, Travel
The Key Is Not To Blink
By Ulrik Tofte
Updated Jun 04, 2014
The key is not to blink.  Growing up and being young in Africa...
Documentary, Dreams/Subconscious, Editorial, Empowerment, Faith, Family, Fine Art, Hope, Human Rights, Photography, Portraiture, Poverty, Street, Youth
Left Behind
By Clary Estes
Updated May 23, 2016
Summary In the wake of China’s rapid industrialization, many young...
China Abandonment, Adolescence, Birth, Borders, Buddhism, Capitalism, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Environment, Family, Fine Art, Fire, Forest, Globalization, Happiness, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Loss, Oppression, Photojournalism, Politics, Religion
We Are All The Free Army
By Maciej Moskwa/TESTIGO
Updated Oct 22, 2014
  Brothers. Fighters in the Free Syrian Army and wounded in...
Civil Wars, Dictatorship, Disability, Documentary, Editorial, Family, Health/Healing, Hope, Human Rights, Illness, Islam, Love, Migration, Military, Militias, Photography, Photojournalism, Revolution, Sorrow, Veterans, War
The PCCH Foundation
By Ivano Grasso
Updated Nov 03, 2014
The Paul Chester Children's Hope Foundation (PCCHF) is a registered 501c3...
Africa, Children, Documentary, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Hunger, Latin America, Medical, Medical Mission, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Travel, Youth
Aging In Place
By Dana Ullman
Updated Jan 06, 2016
"First of all, you're alone...if you fall between the cracks and you're...
San Francisco, California Abandonment, Abuse, Aging, Community, Disability, Documentary, Emotion, Human Rights, Loss, Mental Illness, Multimedia, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, San Francisco, Senior Citizens
Placing
By Ivano Grasso
Updated Nov 11, 2014
Placing is a program, run by “The Eureka 1 Onlus”, that brought...
Rome Abuse, Activism, Adolescence, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Crime/Criminal Justice, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Editorial, Education, Environmental, Family, Human Rights, Incarceration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Street, Violence, Youth
Stop The Violence
By Gioele Sala
Updated Nov 27, 2014
Activism, Black And White, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Minority, Oppression, Peace, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Street, Violence
Fondation Des Jeunes Haitiennes Optimistes
By Tiana Markova-Gold
Updated Oct 03, 2016
The Fondation des Jeunes Haitiennes Optimistes was founded in September...
Jacmel, Haiti Activism, Adolescence, Beauty, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Feminism, Haiti, Human Rights, Joy, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Sexuality, Teens, Travel, Women's Rights, Youth
Uganda
By Dana Ullman
Updated Jan 06, 2016
"My experience in prison was really seeing. Seeing what happens, seeing...
Uganda Abandonment, Activism, Adoption, Africa, Black And White, Children, Crime, Documentary, East Africa, Emotion, Feminism, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Incarceration, Motherhood, Oppression, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Prison, Uganda, Women's Rights, Youth
Women & Work
By Dana Ullman
Updated Jan 06, 2016
The economic autonomy of women has been proven to further economic, social...
Uganda Agriculture, Documentary, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Prostitution, Street, Travel, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights
Health
By Dana Ullman
Updated Jan 06, 2016
The problem was there, but the support was small. We wanted to do something...
Uganda Documentary, Health/Healing, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Travel
GOUROUGOU
By Txomin Txueka
Updated Jan 03, 2015
GOUROUGOU :  Every day hundreds of immigrants mainly from...
Nador, Morocco Documentary, Editorial, Environmental, Human Rights, Immigration, Landscape, Personal, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Travel
Living To Leave
By Carolina Arantes
Updated Mar 06, 2015
Life in elderly homes is often a sad and hard reality. It’s difficult for...
Aging, Community, Deaf, Disability, Documentary, Dying/Death, Emotion, Fear, Health/Healing, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Mental Illness, Photojournalism, Senior Citizens
Ghosts In America
By Jonathan De Camps
Updated Apr 03, 2017
Ghosts In America Portraits of Undocumented Immigrants...
Miami, FL Abuse, Action, Arts, Borders, Civil Rights, Community, Conceptual, Discrimination, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Dreams, Education, Elections, Fine Art, Freedom, Gay Rights, GhostsInAmerica, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Migration, Photography, Politics, Portraiture, School/College, Teens, Transgender, Workers' Rights, Youth
State Excluded
By Andrew Biraj
Updated Feb 02, 2015
Tales of the Bihari Community in Bangladesh “People of the city...
Abuse, Borders, Civil Rights, Community, Corruption, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Faith, Family, Freedom, Homelessness, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Isolation, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Religion, Street, War, Women's Rights, Youth
Untitled
By Alexia Clorinda Nuscis
Updated Jul 23, 2016
Children, Combat, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Environment, Epidemics, Fear, Fire, Homelessness, Human Rights, Hunger, Orphans, Photojournalism, Poverty, Sorrow, Street, Violence, Youth
Rooms
By Goto Michitake
Updated Feb 10, 2015
A large number of Burmese migrant workers live in Bangkok,Thailand, and most...
Bangkok, Thailand Abstract, Bangkok, Burma, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Emigrant, Human Rights, Immigrant, Immigration, Laborer, Low Wages, Migrant Worker, Migration, Minority, Myanmar, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Refugees, Thailand, Worker, Workers' Rights
THE LAB
By Joan Alvado
Updated Feb 25, 2015
THE LAB Collective occupations: laboratories of housing against massive...
Barcelona Action, Activism, Alternatives, Capitalism, Catalonia, Civil Rights, Community, Crisis, Documentary, Editorial, Homelessness, Hope, Housing, Human Rights, Immigration, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Spain
Kurdish Women: Inside, Outside
By Joan Alvado
Updated Mar 23, 2015
KURDISH WOMEN: INSIDE, OUTSIDE The conquest of public space. In...
Diyarbakir Activism, Adolescence, Agriculture, Belief, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Family, Feminism, Freedom, Gender, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Istanbul, Kurdish, Kurdistan, Middle East, Migration, Minority, Motherhood, Oppression, Peace, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Religion, Revolution, School/College, Sexuality, Transgender, Turkey, War, Women's Rights, Youth
Protected Areas
By Victoria Herranz
Updated Mar 13, 2015
PROTECTED AREAS Can a government decide over the woman body?...
Abortion, Activism, Civil Rights, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Environment, Family, Feminism, Freedom, Motherhood, Oppression, Photojournalism, Politics, Pregnancy/Birth, Religion, Sexuality, Women's Rights
Life And Times
By Dustin Shum
Updated Feb 21, 2017
The police knocked on my door twice At home one afternoon, I heard a...
Hong Kong Abundance, Color, Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Hong Kong, Human Rights, Illness, Isolation, Mental Illness, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Sorrow
The Last Days Of Sulukule
By Joan Alvado
Updated Mar 16, 2015
THE LAST DAYS OF SULUKULE 2007-2011 Located in the center of...
Abandonment, Abuse, Activism, Capitalism, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Demolition, Documentary, Editorial, Evictions, Freedom, Gentrification, Gypsy, Homelessness, Human Rights, Isolation, Istanbul, Minority, Personal, Photojournalism, Poverty, Roms, Sulukule, Turkey, Urban Development
The Hort At The Rikers
By Lindsay Morris
Updated Jan 25, 2017
The Hort at the Rikers Collaboration with my sister, writer,...
Activism, Agriculture, America, Civil Rights, Documentary, Eats, Education, Environment, Food, Future, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Incarceration, Leadership, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Prison, Reporting, Workers' Rights
You Are You
By Lindsay Morris
Updated Jan 25, 2017
You Are You documents an annual weekend summer camp for gender-creative...
Celebrations, Children, Civil Rights, Documentary, Family, Freedom, Friends + Family, Gay Rights, Gender, Happiness, Hope, Human Rights, Joy, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Revolution, Teens, Transgender, Youth
Refugees Of Kobane
By Courtnay Robbins
Updated Aug 30, 2016
Kobane is a Kurdish city on the Syrian side of the border shared with...
Suruc, Turkey Borders, Documentary, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Refugee, Terrorism
Shadow Of The Self
By Silvino Gonzalez Morales
Updated Mar 28, 2015
The idea behind this project is the notion of memory and past as a shadow...
Bogotá Human Rights, Latin America, Photojournalism
ILLIMANI
By Txomin Txueka
Updated Apr 07, 2015
ILLIMANI: Told by the eye: A tale may be told by the mouth, or by...
La Paz, Bolivia. Documentary, Editorial, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Prison, Protests, Revolution, Women's Rights
Al Otro Lado (On The Other Side)
By Misha Vallejo
Updated May 04, 2015
"You're gonna get mugged, kidnapped or killed!" - This what I was told by...
Ecuador Abandonment, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Documentary, Environment, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Minority, Peace, Personal, Photojournalism, Poverty, War
Winged Death
By David Rengel
Updated Feb 03, 2016
The malaria Plasmodium parasite is tiny, similar in shape to a worm, it is...
Tanzania áFrica Subsahariana, Bacteria, Documentary, Falciparum, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Illness, Paludismo, Photography, Plasmodium, Water
Where The Rivers Flow Through
By Aaron Vincent Elkaim
Updated Apr 06, 2016
Plans for the Belo Monte Dam Complex began in 1975 under the apex of military...
Altamira, Brazil Abuse, Beauty, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Energy, Environment, Forest, Genocide, Human Rights, Industrial, Loss, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism
Shattered Pieces Of A Homeland
By David Brunetti
Updated May 08, 2015
Shattered Pieces of a Homeland *** Life is difficult for all refugees...
Lebanon & Jordan Civil Wars, Discrimination, Documentary, Human Rights, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Refugees, Syria
Where They Belong
By Vinit Gupta
Updated Aug 15, 2015
Mahan is, the oldest Sal wood forest in Asia, Is last remaining patch of...
Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh,India Activism, Arts, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial, Environmental, Faith, Forest, Freedom, Human Rights, Portraiture, Revolution
The Oldest Colony
By Erika P. RodríGuez
Updated Dec 09, 2016
THE OLDEST COLONY Puerto Rico is a small island in the Caribbean...
Puerto Rico Candid, Community, Culture, Debt, Documentary, Economy, Freedom, Human Rights, Latin America, Personal, Photography, Protests
News
By Michelle Frankfurter
Updated May 24, 2015
Beatiful layout on the catchlight site.
Black And White, Documentary, Human Rights, Immigration
Black Native Narratives: Tribal Rolls
By Michael Santiago
Updated Jun 10, 2015
Since the time that Christopher Columbus began the slave trade in the...
Oakland, California Activism, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Emotion, Friends + Family, Hope, Human Rights, Minority, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Racism, Video
Just Mothers
By Sarah Pabst
Updated Jun 12, 2015
Dai (21) and Stefi (20) grew up in Monte Chingolo, a slum in the suburbs of...
Lanus, Buenos Aires Adolescence, Birth, Black And White, Children, Community, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Emotion, Family, Feminism, Happiness, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Love, Motherhood, Obesity, Portraiture, Poverty, Privacy, Teens, Women's Rights, Youth
ALLAHU AKHBAR
By Txomin Txueka
Updated Jan 14, 2016
SYRIAN Conflict : The armed conflict in Syria began in March 2011...
Aleppo, Syria Civil Wars, Crime, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Genocide, Human Rights, Minority, Multimedia, Oppression, Photojournalism, Video, Violence, War
Urban Asylum-Seekers
By Brian Driscoll
Updated Jun 17, 2015
For this project, I felt inspired, but more so compelled, to create a visual...
Thailand Persecution, Refugees, Religious Beliefs, Social Status, Race, Gender, Nationality, Human Rights, Violence, Persecution, Detained
Memory Book "The Book Of Life"
By David Rengel
Updated Feb 07, 2016
NACWOLA is the only Ugandan NGO ruled only by women with HIV. Nowadays it...
Uganda Abuela, Adolescence, Aids Test, Antiretroviral, áRbol GenealóGico, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Family, Friends + Family, Grandmother, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Nacwola, Orphans, Photography, Poverty, Women's Rights
Future Plans
By David Rengel
Updated Feb 03, 2016
Future Plans is a project with men, women and children forced to be child...
Uganda, Gulu Abuse, Adolescence, Child Soldiers, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Combat, Documentary, Education, Future Plans, Human Rights, LRA, Orphans, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Soldiers, Uganda, War, Women's Rights
Looking Over The Past
By Jaime FernáNdez Gianzo
Updated Sep 25, 2015
Gulu, Northern Uganda. This land is also known as Acholiland , due to the...
Gulu, Uganda Africa, Black And White, Children, Civil Wars, Community, Documentary, Gulu, Hope, Human Rights, Lord's Resistance Army, LRA, Orphans, Peace, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Uganda, War
Leaving Kobani
By Maciej Moskwa/TESTIGO.PL
Updated Aug 17, 2015
Syrian Kobani and Turkish suruc have been sister cities for nearly a hundred...
Suruc, Turkey Black And White, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Faith, Family, Fear, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Migration, Military, Oppression, Photojournalism, Religion, Revolution, Soldiers, Sorrow, Violence, War
Love Wins In Puerto Rico
By David F Gasser
Updated Aug 19, 2015
When, on June 26 2015 in Obergefell v. Hodges , the United States...
San Juan, Puerto Rico AmorEsAmor, Celebrations, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Gay, Gay Rights, Human Rights, Igualdad, Lesbian, Love, Photojournalism, Wedding
Paro Nacional | Quito, Ecuador | August 2015
By Roberto (Bear) Guerra
Updated Aug 21, 2015
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Quito, Ecuador Activism, Black And White, Capitalism, Community, Corruption, Documentary, Emotion, Environment, Freedom, Globalization, Human Rights, Indigenous, Latin America, Oil, Oppression, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Soldiers, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights, Youth
A Refugee Crisis In Kos
By Christophe Viseux
Updated Aug 23, 2015
A Refugee Crisis in Kos. In July 2015 alone, 50,000+ refugees have...
Kos Borders, Documentary, Greece, Human Rights, Kos, Migration, Photojournalism
Ninja Miners "Gold Rush"
By David Rengel
Updated Feb 07, 2016
The rugged landscape is littered Zaamar many holes that could sink at any...
Mongolia, Zaamar Community, Documentary, Environment, Environmental, Forest, Globalization, Gold, Human Rights, Industrial, Landscape, Miners, Mongolia, Ninja Miners, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Travel, Workers' Rights
Borderlines: Illegal Crossing Into The Balkans (Ongoing)
By Christophe Viseux
Updated Aug 30, 2015
BORDERLINES: Illegal crossing into the Balkans Europe Refugee Crisis in...
Macedonia Borders, Documentary, Human Rights, Macedonia, Migrants, Migration, Photojournalism, Refugees, Syrian
Beyond Dreams And Hopes
By Emine Akbaba
Updated Aug 31, 2015
Beyond dreams and hopes More than a year ago I started working on a project...
Mardin, Turkey Children, Documentary, Emotion, Fear, Human Rights, Islam, Mixed Medium, Motherhood, Photojournalism, War, Women's Rights, Yearning
Lex
By William Martin III
Updated Oct 28, 2015
      Lex, an artist working and living in New York City,...
Documentary, Homelessness, Human Rights, Mental Illness, Photography
Brick Labour
By Rebecca Conway
Updated Mar 12, 2017
Almost a million people work in around 11,000 brick factories in Pakistan,...
Punjab, Pakistan Black And White, Documentary, Environment, Environmental, Human Rights, Incarceration, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Workers' Rights
CABIN BAGGAGE ALLOWED
By Chiara Ceolin
Updated Oct 14, 2016
A hidden cemetery in Pozzallo harbor, Sicily, eternalizes refugees’...
Pozzallo, Sicily Borders, Children, Conceptual, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Oppression, Photography, Poverty, War
LIFE WITH GARBAGE
By Md Rafayat Haque Khan
Updated Nov 20, 2015
LIFE WITH GARBAGE  ---- A female worker collected the recycling...
Sylhet,Bangladesh Documentary, Editorial, Environment, Environmental, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights
Skala Sykaminias: A Small Village In Lesbos Vs The Largest Migrants Route
By Alexandros Katsis
Updated Nov 28, 2015
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Lesbos Borders, Children, Documentary, Family, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, War, Water
Open Doors / Puertas Abiertas
By MaríA José Aldana
Updated Dec 03, 2015
This Gender Resource Center (GRC) located in the south part of New Delhi,...
New Delhi, India Action, Birth, Children, Community, Education, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Motherhood, Photography, Portraiture, Women's Rights
Europes New Borders.
By Rasmus Degnbol
Updated Apr 27, 2017
As a child of the 1980s, I remember the holiday trips in our gray Audi 80 to...
Lesbos Abandonment, Aerial, Borders, Documentary, Editorial, Forest, Freedom, Globalization, Historical, Human Rights, Immigration, Landscape, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Technology
Collages - Drawings
By Delphine Diallo
Updated Sep 04, 2018
Abstract, Activism, Affluence, Aging, Arts, Beauty, Celebrations, Civil Rights, Community, Conceptual, Education, Energy, Epidemics, Feminism, Fine Art, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Mixed Medium, Multimedia, Peace, Photography, Revolution, Texture, Women's Rights, Youth
Days Of Limbo
By Matic Zorman
Updated Jan 17, 2016
The series entitled "Days of Limbo" portrays small groups, individual...
Sentilj, Slovenia Abandonment, Abuse, Borders, Civil Rights, Confrontation, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Freedom, Human Rights, Immigration, Isolation, Migration, Peace, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, War
Slumrise
By Nadja Wohlleben
Updated Feb 01, 2016

Nairobi, Kenya Candid, Children, Community, Dreams, Education, Hope, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Youth
Displaced
By Nadja Wohlleben
Updated Feb 03, 2016

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon Abandonment, Candid, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Community, Confrontation, Fear, Homelessness, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Loss, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, War
Refugees In The Poorest Country
By Albert Gonzalez Farran
Updated Jan 31, 2016
South Sudan, the newest country in the world, is also one of the poorest...
Pariang, South Sudan Asylum Seekers, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Community, Documentary, Education, Homelessness, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Refugees, Violence, War
Return To Nitassinan
By Peter Sibbald
Updated Apr 21, 2016
Return to Nitassinan/Homeland The Innu 1989-1996   Since at least...
Happy Valley - Goose Bay, Labrador Newfoundland, Canada Aboriginal Rights, Abuse, Amer-Indian, Black And White, Documentary, Dying/Death, Human Rights, Hunting, Indigenous Rights, Innu, Native American, Native Rights, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Racism, Sub-Arctic
L'Amour Nous Unit
By Nadja Wohlleben
Updated Feb 09, 2016

Beirut, Lebanon Activism, Belief, Candid, Christianity, Civil Rights, Documentary, Faith, Family, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Islam, Love, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Religion, Revolution, Wedding
All China's Fast-Food Dreams
By Sabrina Merolla
Updated Feb 28, 2016
There are plenty of well-known foreign franchising fast-foods in every...
China Abandonment, Capitalism, Community, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Food, Freedom, Globalization, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Hunger, IPhone, Isolation, Loss, Migration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Street
If I Come Home Alive
By Capucine Granier-Deferre
Updated Mar 22, 2016
I followed for several days a unit of artillery men named "the first Slavic...
Civil Wars, Combat, Documentary, Human Rights, Military, Militias, Photography, Photojournalism, Violence, Weapons
Cuba, Seeds Of Autonomy
By Joan Alvado
Updated Sep 19, 2016
SEEDS OF AUTONOMY Ecologic Agriculture towards Food Sovereignity in Cuba....
Agriculture, Cuba, Documentary, Environment, Environmental, Food, Globalization, Hope, Human Rights, Hunger, La Habana, Landscape, Latin America, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Revolution, Workers' Rights
Ku Klux Klan Murders 1946-1981
By Anthony Karen
Updated Feb 13, 2016
The locations of various murders carried out by the Ku Klux Klan during the...
Belief, Black And White, Civil Rights, Cold Case, Crime, Crime Scene, Discrimination, Documentary, Extremist Groups, Fear, Hate, History, Human Rights, Ku Klux Klan, Murder, Personal, Photojournalism, Racism, Terrorism, Violence
Death Of An Elder
By Peter Sibbald
Updated Feb 24, 2016
Death of An Elder As we approached the 20th anniversary of the passing...
Happy Valley - Goose Bay, Labrador Newfoundland, Canada Aboriginal Rights, Activism, Aging, Black And White, Community, Documentary, Dying/Death, Environmental, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, Innu, Multimedia, Native American, Oppression, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Racism, Sub Arctic, Wildlife
BEAUTY IN HELL: Beauty Over Drama
By Tony Corocher
Updated Feb 15, 2016
“Beauty In Hell” is an ongoing personal photographic project started 3...
Nairobi Abandonment, Abuse, Beauty, Black And White, Civil Rights, Community, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Drama, Fine Art, Ghetto, Hope, Human Rights, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Slums, Street, Travel, Violence
Portraits Of Strengh: Ethnic Women In North Vietnam
By Tony Corocher
Updated May 21, 2016
The purpose of this trip was to document the life of some of the ethnic...
North Vietnam Beauty, Candid, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Ethnic Minorities, Human Rights, Isolation, Minority, North Vietnam, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Travel, Women's Rights
Take Me To Jermany
By Charlotte Schmitz
Updated Sep 03, 2016
2016 This project chronicles the dangerous journey of refugees towards...
Borders, Discrimination, Documentary, European Union, Freedom, Human Rights, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Refugee, War
Territories In Resistance
By Zé Barretta
Updated Mar 16, 2017
Territories in Resistance This is an ongoing project about social...
Sao Paulo Capitalism, Confrontation, Documentary, Dreams, Homelessness, Human Rights, Latin America, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Protests, Squatter
Toxic Revenue Of Bangladesh
By Anik Rahman
Updated Feb 23, 2016
Bangladesh's leather industry is considered as one of the considerable...
Hazaribagh, Dhaka, Bangladesh Black And White, Business, Capitalism, Documentary, Dying/Death, Editorial, Environment, Environmental, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Industrial, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Street, Water, Workers' Rights
'HOME'
By Lihee Avidan
Updated Apr 08, 2016
Linda (8) and Hassan (5) live in a dilapidated council flat in South London...
Abandonment, Abuse, Children, Community, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Editorial, Family, Human Rights, Motherhood, Photojournalism, Poverty, Teens
SPAIN'S CHILD POVERTY CRISIS
By Aitor Lara
Updated Apr 09, 2016
The project has been carried out in various neighborhoods and child centers...
Spain Abuse, Adolescence, Black And White, Capitalism, Children, Civil Rights, Corruption, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Emotion, Family, Fear, Food, Globalization, Happiness, Health/Healing, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Hunger, Illness, Immigration, Industrial, Isolation, Migration, Minority, Motherhood, Orphans, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Protests, Youth
BAKA. GUARDIANS OF THE FOREST
By Aitor Lara
Updated Apr 09, 2016
Project summary This project exposes the challenges of the Baka People in...
DJA FAUNAL RESERVE, CAMEROON Africa, Baka, Black And White, Borders, Cameroon, Capitalism, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Environment, Environmental, Fear, Forest, Globalization, Health/Healing, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Illness, Immigration, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Pygmies, Racism, Rain Forest, Religion, Spirituality, Still Life, Travel, Water, Wildlife
Chicago Civil Disobedience
By Alexander Gouletas
Updated Dec 24, 2016
My work represents the attitudes, awareness, responsiveness, and cultural...
Activism, BLM, Civil Rights, Community, Corruption, Crime, Editorial, Elections, Freedom, Human Rights, Loss, Minority, Oppression, Peace, Peacekeeping, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Racism, Revolution, Street, Youth
Dolce Vita In Hell
By StéPhanie Buret
Updated Mar 23, 2016
Dolce Vita in hell Asmara is the capital city of Eritrea, vitrine of art...
Dictatorship, Documentary, Editorial, Human Rights, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism
Birthright
By Tamara Lee
Updated Oct 08, 2016
SUMMARY: My project is called BIRTHRIGHT. It is an ongoing photo...
Documentary, Editorial, Human Rights, Hunger, Isolation, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Sorrow, Youth
Natural Wonders: The Poetics O
By Lisa Jurgens
Updated Mar 02, 2016
"Natural Wonders: The Poetics of Everyday Life in Chicago and Beyond"...
Chicago, IL Abstract, Arts, Beauty, Belief, Community, Dreams, Emotion, Faith, Family, Fashion, Feminism, Fine Art, Friends + Family, Gay, Gay Rights, Glamour, Graffiti, Happiness, Health/Healing, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Joy, Lesbian, Love, Minority, Oppression, Peace, Personal, Photography, Sexuality, Sorrow, Spirituality, Texture, Transgender, Water, Women's Rights
46750
By Joao Pina
Updated Sep 24, 2018
46750 As Rio de Janeiro prepared to host the 2014 FIFA World Cup and...
Rio De Janeiro Black And White, Civil Rights, Corruption, Crime, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Human Rights, Latin America, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty
Balance Of Zero
By Tom White
Updated Sep 15, 2016
Project Summary: Around the world millions of households are serviced...
Singapore Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Foreign Domestic Workers, Human Rights, Migration, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights
Structure Out Of Chaos: Shantytowns Of America's Homeless
By MaryLou Uttermohlen
Updated Apr 06, 2017
Structure out of Chaos is a paradox of documenting the homeless in their...
New Orleans, La USA Activism, Animals, Children, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Environmental, Homeless, Homelessness, Human Rights, Mental Illness, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Shantytowns, Sorrow
Behind The Wall, Life Of The Sahrawi
By Peggy Ickenroth
Updated Mar 14, 2016
The Sahrawis are the original inhabitants of Western Sahara, a country at...
Tindouf, Algeria Abandonment, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Community, Desert, Disability, Discrimination, Documentary, Emotion, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Landscape, Minority, Ongoing Conflict, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Protests, Sahrawi, Veterans, Weapons, Western Sahara
Calling The Midwife, In Chiapas
By Janet Jarman
Updated Apr 08, 2016
CALLING THE MIDWIFE, IN CHIAPAS Synopsis Photographs and filming for...
Chiapas, Mexico Activism, Birth, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Editorial, Family, Feminism, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Latin America, Loss, Love, Mixed Medium, Motherhood, Multimedia, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Pregnancy/Birth, Science, Sexuality, Short Film, Sorrow, Women's Rights, Youth
Spiritual YaYa
By MaryLou Uttermohlen
Updated Apr 19, 2016
Spiritual YaYa offers a peek behind the veil shrouding the spiritual...
New Orleans, La USA Belief, Buddhism, Celebrations, Children, Christianity, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Energy, Environmental, Faith, Freedom, Happiness, Health/Healing, Hinduism, Human Rights, Latin America, Peace, Peacekeeping, Personal, Photojournalism, Privacy, Religion, Sikhism, Spirituality, Street, Travel, Vacation
The Dressing Room
By Joana Toro
Updated Jan 29, 2018
Daily life inside in the Dressing Room at local Latino gay club Jackson...
Jackson Heights, Queens, New York City, US Beauty, Black And White, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Editorial, Emotion, Family, Feminism, Freedom, Gay, Gay Rights, Health/Healing, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Lesbian, Love, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Prostitution, Racism, Sexuality, Transgender
UKRAINE: Rigid Defense
By DMITRI BELIAKOV
Updated Mar 28, 2016
In 2014-2015, with eastern Ukraine swept up in an armed conflict, close to a...
UKRAINE DONETSK LUHANSK MARIUPOL SHIROKINO Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Combat, Confrontation, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Elections, Fire, Freedom, Homelessness, Human Rights, Illness, Loss, Military, Militias, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Protests, Soldiers, Sorrow, Terrorism, War, Weapons
THE ORDEAL:Last Witnesses Of Stalin's Mass Exile
By DMITRI BELIAKOV
Updated May 08, 2016
The Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin’s mass exiles of the North Caucasus...
Chechnya Ingushetiya Abuse, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Crime, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Emotion, Fear, Freedom, Genocide, Human Rights, Islam, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Protests, Racism, Religion, Sorrow, War
Revolution
By Agata Grzybowska
Updated Mar 29, 2016
Revolution Kiev, Ukraine On the 21st of November 2013 in Ukraine...
Kiev, Ukraine Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Events, Fear, Freedom, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Soldiers, War
KILLING TIME: Exclusively For Murderers...
By DMITRI BELIAKOV
Updated Mar 29, 2016
Penal colony № 56 (Black Eagle) is a high security Russian prison...
Community, Crime, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Freedom, Gangs, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Loss, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Prison, Privacy, Violence
I PROTEST
By Tish Lampert
Updated Jul 18, 2017
I have focused my lens on activism since the early seventies, documenting...
Los Angeles Activism, Community, Discrimination, Feminism, Freedom, Human Rights, Immigration, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Racism, Senior Citizens, Violence, Weapons, Women's Rights, Youth
The Parrish Art Museum Featuring Lindsay Morris' You Are You
By Lindsay Morris
Updated Jun 08, 2016
Since 2007 Lindsay Morris has been documenting a weekend summer camp for...
Adolescence, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Family, Freedom, Gay Rights, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism
The March Of The Good Will Against The Antisemitism
By Lenka Hoffmannova
Updated Apr 23, 2016
The March of Good Will on 17th April 2016 in Prague. Organized by Czech ICEJ...
Czech Republic, Prague Action, Christianity, Discrimination, Documentary, Emotion, Freedom, Happiness, Human Rights, Judaism, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Spirituality
Merida90
By Livia Radwanski
Updated Dec 25, 2017
Mérida90 is a long-term transmedia documentary project about a...
Human Rights, Latin America, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Short Film, Women's Rights, Youth
Those Who Remain
By Clary Estes
Updated May 24, 2018
Hundreds of thousands of people from a corner of eastern Europe were...
Moldova Abandonment, Activism, Aging, Belief, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Emotion, Faith, Family, Fear, Fine Art, Freedom, Friends + Family, Genocide, Human Rights, Immigration, Isolation, Joy, Loss, Love, Oppression, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Religion, Senior Citizens, Sorrow, Spirituality, Still Life, Travel, War, Wedding, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights, Youth
Blind Leading The Blind
By Clary Estes
Updated Jan 01, 2018
Koji Kobayashi is a deaf-blind man living in...
Nagoya, Japan Abandonment, Abstract, Action, Activism, Belief, Black And White, Blind, Buddhism, Civil Rights, Community, Conceptual, Deaf, Disability, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Emotion, Family, Fine Art, Freedom, Friends + Family, Happiness, Health/Healing, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Loss, Mental Illness, Multimedia, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Revolution, Senior Citizens, Sorrow
The Jarawa Chronicles
By Claire Beilvert
Updated Apr 13, 2017
The Jarawa Chronicles  The Jarawa are one of the last afro-Asians...
India, Andaman Islands Africa, Afro-Asians, Andaman Islands, Beauty, Belief, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Education, Environment, Ethnocide, Family, Freedom, Globalization, Happiness, Human Rights, India, Indigenous People, Indigenous Rights, Jarawa, Joy, Love, Minority, Multimedia, Oppression, Photography, Racism
Normalcy
By Juan Orrantia
Updated Jul 01, 2016
On 22 November 2000, the small town of Nueva Vencia in northern Colombia...
Colombia Black And White, Civil Wars, Community, Documentary, Dying/Death, Fear, Genocide, Human Rights, Latin America, Loss, Militias, Multimedia, Peace, Poverty, Short Film, Violence, War
KIVALINA
By Ash Adams
Updated Jun 24, 2016
Kivalina is one of several Alaska Native villages experiencing coastal...
Alaska, Climate Change, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Environment, Environmental, Human Rights, Kivalina, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Water, Youth
Conspire
By Leonardo Coelho
Updated Jul 22, 2016
Conspire originally meant " to breathe together ". In Brazil, specially in...
Rio De Janeiro Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Documentary, Feminism, Gay Rights, Human Rights, Latin America, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Protests, Racism, Violence, Youth
Dear BlackLivesMatter
By Jonathan De Camps
Updated Jul 14, 2016
"Dear #BlackLivesMatter" is a photography series taken during the...
New York, NY 10001 #BlackLivesMatter, Abuse, Action, Activism, Arts, Belief, Black And White, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Dying/Death, Editorial, Education, Elections, Events, Family, Fear, Feminism, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Oppression, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Racism, Revolution, Violence
Ayotzinapa
By Livia Radwanski
Updated Sep 26, 2016
La Normal Rural de Ayotzinapa At the end of november of 2014 I took a...
Documentary, Education, Human Rights, Loss, Military, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, School/College, Violence, Youth
No Justice/No Peace
By Nima Taradji Photography
Updated Aug 20, 2017
Baltimore, Maryland was the scene of civil unrest in April and May 2015. It...
Baltimore, Action, Activism, Black And White, Capitalism, Civil Rights, Community, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Freedom, Gangs, Human Rights, Incarceration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Racism, Revolution, Soldiers, Violence, Weapons, Youth
Girls Education
By Sara Hylton
Updated Apr 14, 2018
Because of fierce fighting in her village in Unity state, it took Susan, 18,...
South Sudan Abandonment, Adolescence, Documentary, Education, Gender, Homelessness, Human Rights, Hunger, Landscape, Minority, Orphans, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Reporting, School/College, Violence, Womens Rights
HôPital GéNéRal
By Valerie Baeriswyl
Updated Dec 08, 2016
Hôpital général General Hospital is also University Hospital is...
Documentary, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism
FIGHTING FOR THE HILL
By Scott Bennett
Updated Aug 29, 2016
Fighting for the Hill (Lutando pelo morro) is a photo essay about...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Action, Activism, Adolescence, Arts, Borders, Brazil, Brazil, Favela, Rio De Janeiro, JR, Casa Amarela, Morro Da ProvidêNcia, Children, Art, Activism, Children, Community, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Drug Abuse, Editorial, Education, Environment, Freedom, Gangs, Globalization, Graffiti, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Migration, Oppression, Peace, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Stock, Street, Teens, Travel, Violence, Weapons, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights, Youth
LOLOS Y PALETEROS
By Scott Bennett
Updated Sep 02, 2016
Chicano Park is a unique and special place, not only to local residents, but...
San Diego, California Action, Activism, Adolescence, Arts, Barrio Logan, Beauty, Borders, Candid, Celebrations, Chicano Park, Children, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Education, Environment, Events, Fine Art, Freedom, Gangs, Globalization, Graffiti, Homelessness, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Peace, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Stock, Street, Travel, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights, Youth
Evicted And Abandoned: The Barabaig Of Tanzania
By Dana Ullman
Updated Aug 12, 2016
Evicted and Abandoned: The World Bank’s Broken Promise to the Poor...
Tanzania Abandonment, Abuse, Activism, Africa, Tanzania, East Africa, Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights, Barabaig, World Bank, Investigative Journalism, Agriculture, Borders, Capitalism, Children, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Emotion, Family, Forest, Genocide, Globalization, Homelessness, Human Rights, Isolation, Loss, Migration, Minority, Politics, Tanzania, Violence, Weapons
Macedonia
By Tiana Markova-Gold
Updated Oct 03, 2016
     In Macedonia, as throughout the world, sex workers are...
Macedonia Abuse, Discrimination, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Feminism, Gay, Gay Rights, HIV/AIDS, Homelessness, Human Rights, Isolation, Minority, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Prostitution, Sexuality, Street, Transgender, Travel, Violence, Women's Rights
Girl Child Concerns
By Tiana Markova-Gold
Updated Oct 03, 2016
     Founded in 2004 by a group of local women in Kaduna,...
Kaduna, Nigeria Activism, Adolescence, Children, Community, Documentary, Education, Feminism, Hope, Human Rights, Islam, Photography, Photojournalism, Teens, Women's Rights, Youth
AFRICA. EXILE
By Claire Beilvert
Updated Sep 12, 2016
“Exile is to be naked of rights.” Victor Hugo. A story of the African...
Niger, Libya, Tunisia, Italy, Greece Africa, African Refugees, Freedom, Greece, Human Rights, Immigration, Libya, Niger, Oppression, Photography
LITI At The Al Shifa Hospital, Gaza Strip.
By Craig Stennett
Updated Sep 04, 2016
The Gaza Strip on the Mediterranean coast bordered by Israel and Egypt is...
Caza City, Gaza Strip. Children, Documentary, Editorial, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism
Black Days Of Ukraine
By Valery Melnikov
Updated Sep 04, 2016
I arrived to the Ukrainian city called Luhansk in the early summer of 2014...
Luhansk Civil Wars, Documentary, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, War
Kudirat Initiative For Democracy
By Tiana Markova-Gold
Updated Oct 03, 2016
     The Kudirat Initiative for Democracy (KIND) was founded...
Lagos, Nigeria Activism, Adolescence, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Education, Feminism, Hope, Human Rights, Nigeria, Photography, Photojournalism, Teens, Travel, Women's Rights, Youth
A Syrian Farewell
By Abd Doumany
Updated Sep 11, 2016
A Syrian Farewell is an ongoing project which I started working on in 2015...
Syria Abandonment, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Crime, Dictatorship, Documentary, Dreams, Dying/Death, Fear, Freedom, Human Rights, Military, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Sorrow, Spirituality, Violence, War
活著 We Live
By Chun Tung Lam
Updated Sep 10, 2016
活著 十八位長者生活誌 走近平凡...
Black And White, Documentary, Human Rights, Photography, Portraiture
Born In 1989
By Chun Tung Lam
Updated Sep 17, 2016
...
Freedom, Human Rights, Photography, Politics, Portraiture
She Says
By Chun Tung Lam
Updated Sep 11, 2016
...
Freedom, Human Rights, Minority, Portraiture, Women's Rights
Alternative Route
By Aggelos Barai
Updated Nov 12, 2016
The pictures below are a photographic document from an alternative route that...
Macedonia (FYROM) Black And White, Borders, Civil Rights, Documentary, Editorial, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Youth
Donbass Underground
By Valery Melnikov
Updated Sep 11, 2016
Ongoing conflict in Ukraine between separatists and the Ukrainian government...
Donetsk Black And White, Civil Wars, Documentary, Fear, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, War
Zarghona, In Her Own Words
By Gloriann Liu
Updated Sep 15, 2016
I’ve seen a lot during my 13 years photographing in Afghanistan. War,...
Aging, Documentary, Family, Fine Art, Friends + Family, Human Rights, Islam, Motherhood, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Women's Rights
Confession
By Chun Tung Lam
Updated Sep 17, 2016
剖白  – 在囚及更生人士展覽 關於展覽  ...
Human Rights, Photography, Prison
God Made Woman Then He Jerked
By Magda Rakita
Updated Sep 24, 2016
“God made woman then he jerked”, reads a mural on the streets of...
Monrovia Liberia Abuse, Activism, Adolescence, Children, Crime, Energy, Feminism, Freedom, Gender, Human Rights, Multimedia, Oppression, Peace, Photography, Poverty, Prostitution, Rape, School/College, Teens, Violence, Women's Rights, Youth
NY Magazine // September 2013
By Tiana Markova-Gold
Updated Oct 02, 2016
Documentary, Editorial, Erotic, Feminism, Gender, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Prostitution, Sexuality, Women's Rights
From No-Man's Land To The Unknown
By Luke Duggleby
Updated Oct 15, 2016
On July 31 st 2015 the enclaves that formed one of the world's most...
Debiganj Abandonment, Abuse, Borders, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Environmental, Family, Freedom, Human Rights, Islam, Isolation, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Racism, Travel, Yearning
For Those Who Died Trying
By Luke Duggleby
Updated Jan 11, 2017
Our planet is at a critical point in time. We understand more than we ever...
Thailand Action, Activism, Asia, Capitalism, Climate Change, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Documentary, Dying/Death, Editorial, Environment, Environmental, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Isolation, Loss, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Protests, Sorrow, Violence, Workers' Rights
Children Of Guinea-Bissau
By Teresa Teixeira
Updated Nov 01, 2016
I went to Guinea-Bissau with the Portuguese ONG "Mundo a Sorrir" (Oral...
Children, Human Rights, Mundo A Sorrir, Photography, Portraiture, Teresa Teixeira
Ward Of The State - In Process
By Rachel Gary
Updated Oct 06, 2016
Ward of the State is an ongoing project exploring the built environment in...
New Orleans Abandonment, Activism, Architecture, Black And White, Documentary, Homelessness, Human Rights, Loss, Minority, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Street, Travel
Matthew, The Forgotten Hang On …
By Jeanty Junior Augustin
Updated Oct 11, 2016
Mortar shells but bursts while having blown in more than 200 kph of the...
Departement Sud Abandonment, Agriculture, Civil Rights, Desert, Environment, Environmental, Events, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism
TRANSLATINA
By Joana Toro
Updated Jun 11, 2018
This project is about the Latino Trans community in New York City.  ...
New York, Queens Jackson Heights Activism, Civil Rights, Discrimination, Gay, Gay Rights, Gender, Latin America, Love, Photography, Photojournalism
Trump Protest 2016
By Alexander Gouletas
Updated Dec 23, 2016
At an planned Trump rally at University of Illinois at Chicago, Thousands of...
Activism, Borders, Capitalism, Celebrity, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Editorial, Elections, Freedom, Human Rights, Islam, Latin America, Minority, Oppression, Peacekeeping, Photography, Politics, Trump
Sheroes - After The Acid Attack
By Federico Borella
Updated Nov 01, 2016
The Sheroes Hangout Cafe is not a place like any other. It’s unique in the...
Agra, India Abuse, Activism, Community, Disability, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Editorial, Freedom, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Teens, Violence, Women's Rights, Youth
DRCongo: Juvenile Prisons
By Francesca Volpi
Updated Nov 01, 2016
This project aims to document the reality within the juvenile prisons in...
Goma Adolescence, Black And White, Children, Civil Rights, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Fear, Freedom, Human Rights, Isolation, Orphans, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Prison, Violence, War, Youth
Teaching Kids Oral Health
By Teresa Teixeira
Updated Dec 13, 2016
This was another event taking place in a Prep School. (PEPE Programme d'...
Children, Documentary, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Mundo A Sorrir, Teresa Teixeira
What I Saw At Standing Rock...
By Alexander Gouletas
Updated Apr 27, 2017
We drove into Cannon Ball, North Dakota and were greeted by a Military...
Standing Rock, North Dakota Abandonment, Activism, Borders, Capitalism, Civil Rights, Climate Change, Combat, Community, Confrontation, Conservation, Corruption, Documentary, Editorial, Energy, Environment, Events, Family, Fear, Freedom, Globalization, Historical, Hope, Human Rights, Military, Minority, Oil, Oppression, Peace, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Prison, Protests, Racism, Revolution, Soldiers, Sorrow, Spirituality, Veterans, Weapons, Workers Rights, Yearning, Youth
Back Out Of Sight On The Italian Border
By Emanuele Amighetti
Updated Mar 03, 2017
Refugee crisis in northern Italy The sign just behind the border at...
Como, Italy Black And White, Borders, Children, Discrimination, Documentary, Europe, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, International, Migration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Protests, Racism, Reporting
The Leader Of The Nation
By Alfredo Bosco
Updated Dec 11, 2016
The Leader of the Nation "Nursultan Nazarbayev is a visionary […]a...
Kazakhstan Civil Rights, Dictatorship, Documentary, Editorial, Kazakhstan, Nazarbayev, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics
The Bomb Hunters Of Kosovo
By Emanuele Amighetti
Updated Feb 08, 2017
The hunt for the hidden bombs and landmines in Kosovo “Landmine....
Kosovo Abandonment, Agriculture, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Culture, Documentary, Europe, Forest, Human Rights, International, Landimines, Landscape, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Reporting
Oceti Sakowin Camp
By Nima Taradji Photography
Updated Jul 19, 2017
They are not protestors. In fact, they make sure you understand that they do...
Cannon Ball, North Dakota Activism, Capitalism, Climate Change, Confrontation, Dakota Access Pipeline, Documentary, Editorial, Environment, Environmental, Human Rights, Minority, Nodapl, Oil, Photography, Photojournalism, Standing Rock Sioux, Veterans
Boston Womens March For America
By Steven Edson
Updated Jan 24, 2017
I attended and photographed at the Boston Womens March for America on January...
Boston, Massachusetts Abortion, Activism, America, Belief, Candid, Capitalism, Children, Civil Rights, Climate Change, Community, Culture, Discrimination, Editorial, Elections, Environment, Events, Faith, Family, Fear, Feminism, Gay, Gay Rights, Gender, Happiness, Human Rights, Immigration, Leadership, Lesbian, Love, Nation, Oppression, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Reporting, Revolution, Senior Citizens, Sexuality, Street, Teens, Women's Rights
Resist
By Scott Norris
Updated Jan 23, 2017
Documentation of resistance, beginning with the Sacramento Women's March....
Sacramento, CA Black And White, Capitalism, Civil Rights, Culture, Discrimination, Documentary, Elections, Events, Freedom, Human Rights, Nation, Photography, Politics, Protests, Reporting, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights, Youth
Women's March On Seattle
By Annabel Clark
Updated Jan 24, 2018
The election of Donald Trump has inspired millions around the world to march...
Seattle, WA Abortion, Abuse, Action, Activism, Borders, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Feminism, Gender, Human Rights, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Revolution, Street, Women's Rights, Womens Rights
Periple Pour Aller A L'ecole
By Georges Harry Rouzier
Updated Jan 24, 2017
Pour l'haitien le plus pauvre l'ecole est la seule porte de sortie pour ses...
Adolescence, Children, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Emotion, Friends + Family, Human Rights, International, Lifestyle, Photography, Portraiture, Street
Women's March Oakland, CA
By Sumaya Agha
Updated Jul 28, 2017
The Women's March in Oakland, CA, January 21, 2017. An estimated 60,000...
Oakland, CA America, Civil Rights, Events, Feminism, Freedom, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Women's Rights
Cambodia's Cardamom Forest
By Luke Duggleby
Updated Feb 02, 2017
The Cardamom Mountains remains one of Southeast Asia's last great forests....
Cambodia Activism, Aerial, Agriculture, Asia, Belief, Buddhism, Capitalism, Civil Rights, Climate Change, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Culture, Documentary, Editorial, Energy, Environment, Forest, Globalization, Human Rights, Loss, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Reporting, Travel, Wildlife
LA POSADA SIN FRONTERAS
By Scott Bennett
Updated Jul 24, 2017
The 23rd annual La Posada Sin Fronteras (Posada, or Lodging Without Borders)...
Playas De Tijuana, Mexico Activism, America, Borders, Culture, Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Globalization, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Mexico, Tijuana, San Diego, Trump, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Reporting
Blocked In Serbia
By Cesar Dezfuli
Updated Feb 03, 2017
Since March 9th, 2016, when European leaders announced that the so-called...
Serbia Black And White, Borders, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Dictatorship, Documentary, Editorial, Europe, Freedom, Health/Healing, Homelessness, Human Rights, Immigration, International, Investigations, Middle East, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Religion, Reporting
Another Family
By Shin Woong-Jae/Redux
Updated Feb 23, 2017
The Semiconductor. It's the backbone of the digital era. CPU in PC, memory...
South Korea Black And White, Capitalism, Documentary, Dying/Death, Family, Human Rights, Illness, Investigations, Loss, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Samsung, Semiconductor, Workers Rights
Mothers Of Patience
By Fatemeh Behboudi
Updated Apr 12, 2017
It’s been so many years where all she can do is cry when anguished....
Abandonment, Black And White, Civil Wars, Documentary, Friends + Family, Hope, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Street, War
Lil Bullfighters Of Mexico
By Christina Simons
Updated Mar 20, 2017
Two 6-year-old boys, Salvador and Tadeo attend Matador training school in...
Mexico City Abuse, Animal Rights, Animals, Black And White, Children, Children Rights, Childrens Rights, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Education, Exploitation, Faith, Family, Fear, Human Rights, Latin America, Parenting & Family, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Relationships, Religion, Reporting, Sports, Travel, Youth
Shosho Jikinge
By Nadja Wohlleben
Updated Jul 02, 2018
SHOSHO JIKINGE: Grandmothers in Nairobi’s townships fight off rapists...
Nairobi, Kenya Abuse, Action, Activism, Aging, Community, Crime, Documentary, Editorial, Education, Female Empowerment, Feminism, HIV/AIDS, Hope, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Rape, Self-Defense, Senior Citizens, Sports, Violence, Womens Rights
Shot Of Rum
By RubéN LucíA
Updated Jun 11, 2017
Nacho es hijo de la caña. Hijo y hermano de cañeros, nació en...
Chichigalpa Agriculture, Children, Crime, Documentary, Epidemics, Family, Human Rights, Latin America, Nicaragua, Oppression, Pandemics, Photography, Photojournalism, Workers Rights
Nevertheless, We Persist
By Carla Cioffi
Updated Mar 27, 2018
Nevertheless, We Persist: A Year of Resistance The United States has...
Washington, DC Civil Rights, Conceptual, Documentary, Environment, Feminism, Fine Art, Freedom, Gay Rights, Human Rights, Immigration, Landscape, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Protests, Reporting, Street, Womens Rights
Underage,Underpaid & Unwelcome
By Pascal Vossen
Updated Jul 14, 2017
This reportage aims to show the lives of Syrian child refugees living in...
Abuse, Black And White, Children, Community, Documentary, Education, Family, Film, Human Rights, Migration, Minority, Mixed Medium, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Youth
Tame Iti, A MāOri Activist
By Birgit Krippner
Updated Jul 16, 2017
This ongoing project comprises photographs during Krippner’s regular...
Ruatoki, New Zealand Activism, Black And White, Community, Conservation, Documentary, Editorial, Human Rights, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture
Escalating Violence In Myanmar
By Vilhelm Stokstad
Updated Jul 20, 2017
Over the last couple of months, the Burmese military has intensified its...
Laiza, Myanmar Buddhism, Christianity, Combat, Documentary, Forest, Freedom, Human Rights, Military, Militias, Minority, Oppression, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Religion, Revolution, Violence, War
Myanmar's Drug Epidemic
By Vilhelm Stokstad
Updated Apr 10, 2018
Myanmar is the second largest producer of opium in the world, after...
Myanmar, Shan State Agriculture, Christianity, Community, Crime, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Hope, Human Rights, Incarceration, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Prison, Religion, Travel, Workers Rights
Out Of The Shadows
By Vilhelm Stokstad
Updated Aug 01, 2017
Strict gender roles, colonial legislation and religion have long restricted...
Yangon, Myanmar Activism, Buddhism, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Feminism, Gay, Gay Rights, Gender, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Sexuality, Transgender, Womens Rights
Transito (Spain)
By Hanna Jarzabek
Updated Jul 25, 2018
TRANSITO (Spain 2015-2016) The perception of...
Barcelona /Catalonia /Spain Discrimination, Documentary, Human Rights, Lesbian, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Relationships, Sexuality, Transgender
Ferguson October
By J. Espinosa
Updated Sep 14, 2017
St. Louis hip-hop artist and activist Tef Poe considers the image of Michael...
Ferguson, Mo Action, Activism, Corruption, Discrimination, Ferguson, Human Rights, Minority, Oppression, Politics, Racism, Youth
Nobody Listened
By Sara Hylton
Updated Apr 14, 2018
On Sept. 25 th , 2013 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Kelly Goforth’s body was...
Saskatchewan Discrimination, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Dying/Death, Editorial, Environment, Faith, Fear, Feminism, Film, Gender, Human Rights, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Racism, Women, Womens Rights
Trapped
By Miutin Markovic
Updated Feb 17, 2018
When Hungaria closed its border in 2015 hundreds of refugees got stuck in...
Belgrade Black And White, Borders, Civil Rights, Documentary, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism
Nuclear Refugees
By Sarah Catherine Craig
Updated Feb 01, 2018
Cancer, Documentary, Dying/Death, Environment, Historical, Human Rights, Loss, Migration, Multimedia, Poverty, Violence, War, Weapons
Manila's Forgotten People - A Life In Happyland
By Ted McDonnell
Updated Dec 16, 2017
Improvements in daily life in Manila are evident. Billions of dollars are...
Manila Abandonment, Black And White, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Corruption, Discrimination, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Editorial, Education, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Hunger, Isolation, Malnutrition, Oppression, Orphans, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Religion, Reporting
What War Can't Destroy
By Sara Hylton
Updated Apr 14, 2018
The international community had high hopes for South Sudan, the world's...
Juba, South Sudan Beauty, Civil Wars, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Fashion, Hope, Human Rights, Lifestyle, Macro, Music, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Street, War, Youth
Sinti-A Family Portrait
By Thomas Francia
Updated Sep 20, 2018
Emilia-Romagna, Italy Black And White, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Daily Life, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Family, Freedom, Human Rights, Parenting & Family, Photography, Photojournalism, Relationships, Sinti
Oakland Women's March 17'
By David Tau
Updated Dec 16, 2017
Black And White, Photography, Photojournalism, Womens Rights
We Don't Want It, So You Do
By Sarah Jabbari
Updated Jun 02, 2018
Sadeh is an ancient Iranian festival that dates back to the first Persian...
Kerman, Iran Black And White, Documentary, Human Rights, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Religion
Austrians Youth Protests
By Nouar Bellil
Updated Dec 18, 2017
Protestation Against Right & Far Right Coalition in Vienna, Austria....
Vienna, Heldenplatz Activism, Austria, Austrian Government, Civil Rights, Confrontation, Demonstrators, Documentary, Editorial, Elections, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Protests, Teens, Youth
Zapatista Legacy
By Emily Pederson
Updated Jan 13, 2018
On New Year's Day, 1994, the world awoke to news of an uprising in southern...
Chiapas, Mexico Documentary, Guerrilla, Human Rights, Latin America, Militias, Photography, Photojournalism, Post-Conflict, Violence, Zapatistas
Women's March NYC 2018
By Shoun Hill
Updated Jan 21, 2018
New York City Documentary, Elections, Feminism, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Latin America, Lesbian, Minority, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Racism, Street, Womens Rights
Behind Bars, Fighting Fire
By Brian Frank
Updated Mar 07, 2018
30-40% of California's forest fire fighters are state prison inmates, with...
Civil Rights, Conservation, Corruption, Crime, Documentary, Editorial, Environment, Fire, Forest, Freedom, Gangs, Human Rights, Incarceration, Isolation, Minority, Oppression, Peacekeeping, Photography, Portraiture, Prison, Racism, Water, Workers Rights
Closed Borders
By Simon Moricz-Sabjan
Updated Mar 17, 2018
The international refugee crisis of today is unique both by size and by...
Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Greece, Sweden Documentary, Human Rights, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Refugees
The Demigods Of Mumbai
By Sara Hylton
Updated Apr 14, 2018
Simran’s bright red sari blew through the wind as she walked along the...
Mumbai Abandonment, Beauty, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Faith, Feminism, Film, Gay, Gay Rights, Gender, Hinduism, Homelessness, Human Rights, Isolation, Minority, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Prostitution, Relationships, Reporting, Sexuality, Spirituality, Street, Transgender, Womens Rights
Chronicle Of An Eviction Foretold
By Visura
Updated Apr 02, 2018
CHRONICLE OF AN EVICTION FORETOLD It was an open secret...
Idomeni, Greece Documentary, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism
Pademba Prision (Sierra Leone)
By Oto Marabel
Updated Apr 06, 2018
The jail of Freetown has capacity for 300 persons but almost 2.000 men live...
Freetown Abuse, Action, Activism, Confrontation, Drug Abuse, Freedom, Human Rights, Incarceration, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism
We Are Here
By Rena Effendi
Updated Apr 21, 2018
Coptic Christians in Egypt number more than 10,000,000, making them the...
Egypt Christianity, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Faith, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture
That Place Called Home
By Carlos Bernate
Updated Jun 18, 2018
Para algunos migrantes en los Estados Unidos ya no hay lugar al cual llamar...
Richmond, VA Activism, Discrimination, Documentary, Freedom, Human Rights, Immigration, Latin America, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Womens Rights
Catalunya
By Valeria Ferraro
Updated Jun 14, 2018
1-O Referendum Catalano “Independencia”. Il sogno di...
Barcelona, Spain Action, Activism, Celebrations, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Documentary, Editorial, Elections, Human Rights, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Reporting, Stock, Street, Violence
Domestic Waters
By SebastiáN Zuleta RíOs
Updated Aug 30, 2018
In a rift between belonging and alienation, public and private, rendered...
Black And White, Community, Documentary, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Water
Tales From Purgatory
By Khashayar Javanmardi
Updated Jul 17, 2018
I was in the first grade. My teacher said that ‘My best students live...
Turkry Arrests And Prosecutions, Belief, Borders, Christianity, Community, Documentary, Education, Freedom, Gender, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Religion, Womens Rights
Gang Styles
By Khashayar Javanmardi
Updated Jul 15, 2018
The young generation in Iran has always been influenced by the social...
Rasht Abandonment, Community, Education, Freedom, Gangs, Graffiti, Human Rights, Photography, Portraiture, Protests, Racing, School/College, Sports, Still Life, Street, Youth
Guns In Schools
By Nima Taradji Photography
Updated Aug 03, 2018
In Sidney, Ohio school and public safety officials have worked together over...
Sidney, Ohio 2nd Amendment, Action, Arrests And Prosecutions, Children, Community, Crime, Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Freedom, Gun Rights, Guns, Human Rights, Leadership, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Teens, Terrorism, Veterans, Weapons
Aeneas's Land
By Ivano Grasso
Updated Sep 19, 2018
Coming Soon.................
Santa Palomba Pomezia Itay Abandonment, Action, Agriculture, Architecture, Capitalism, Civil Rights, Climate Change, Community, Crime, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Editorial, Education, Environment, Fine Art, Forest, Hope, Human Rights, Illegal Trafficking, Immigration, Industrial, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Prison, Prostitution, Street, Travel, Water, Workers Rights
Magnum Workshop At COAL+ICE Exhibition In San Francisko
By Lenka Hoffmannova
Updated Sep 20, 2018
I visited the exhibition and Magnum workshop COAL+ICE in the Fort Mason...
San Francisko, US Action, Activism, Civil Rights, Climate Change, Community, Confrontation, Documentary, Education, Emotion, Environment, Freedom, Globalization, Human Rights, Lifestyle, Minority, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Protests, Reporting, Street, Youth