Anna Liminowicz - photographer and reportage author based in Warsaw, Poland. She works regularly with several international publications including The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, NRC and many others. She divides her work...
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Myroslava Marchenko was a gynecologist at a private clinic in Kyiv. Since she fled to Poland she has been working for Feeder’s Ukrainian-language hot line, advising Ukrainian women about their reproductive rights. For The Guardian
Prosecutor Katarzyna Kwiatkowska was delegated to a penal six-month delegation to Golub-Dobrzyn due to criticizing the prosecutor's office. The delegation was shortened by 1.5 months and the prosecutor returned to her apartment in Warsaw. She unpacks but does not know where she will be working. She lives in uncertainty. Portrait on assignment for Der Spiegel
The Belarusian sprinter Kristina Timanowskaja was to be abducted at the Olympic Games. She fled to Poland and became a symbol of freedom. But she can only go outside with personal protection. Portrait on assignment for Der Spiegel
Sergey Kurochkin, a police officer from the Belarusian city of Grodno who resigned after his brother was arrested for protesting against Alexander Lukashenko. Portrait on assignment for The Globe and Mail
Stepan Svetlov, the 22-year-old behind the popular Nexta social media channel, which has helped mobilize protests in Belarus. He stands in front of the entrance of the Belarusian community center that hosts the Nexta office. Portrait on assignment for The Globe and Mail