• Martina Albertazzi

    Photographer and Journalist
      
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  • Location: Rome/San Francisco
    Nationality: Italian
    Biography:           Born in Italy in 1983, Martina Albertazzi started her career at the University of Rome, where in 2010 she earned a Master's Degree in Journalism. After a few years working as a freelance reporter in Italy and in... read on

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Eid al-Adha celebration in Torpignattara, a working class neighborhood in the southeastern suburbs of Rome.
On September 22 a group of young women and men gathered in the streets of downtown Rome to protest against Italy first Fertility Day, a campaign created by the Ministry of Health to encourage the citizens to have more babies. The protesters wearing pillows to fake pregnancy, said to the press that what they are actually "expecting" are more rights, to welfare, to jobs and adoptions for gay couples.
On September 22 a group of young women and men gathered in the streets of downtown Rome to protest against Italy first Fertility Day, a campaign created by the Ministry of Health to encourage the citizens to have more babies. The protesters wearing pillows to fake pregnancy, said to the press that what they are actually "expecting" are more rights, to welfare, to jobs and adoptions for gay couples.
My first Nigerian wedding: members of the Apostolic Church of Torre Angela, a working class neighborhood in the southeastern suburbs Rome celebrate the wedding of a young couple.
For the past month and a half some members of the Muslim community of Rome have been protesting against the closure of some mosques in the fifth district, which includes the most multicultural neighborhoods of the city. Each Friday the have chosen a different square to talk about the issue and then gather for the collective prayer. On October 21st they met at the Colosseum.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
March 25, 2017 marked the 60 anniversary of the Rome Treaty, the EU's founding pact. The European leaders arrived in Rome to renew their vows, while many organized by both supporters and protestors went on all day in the different parts of town.
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