• Federico Borella

    Photojournalist
       
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  • Location: bologna
    Nationality: Italian
    Biography: Federico Borella is a photojournalist working for QN (Quotidiano Nazionale ), national newspaper in Bologna, Italy. Since 2009 to date—he has also contributed to La Repubblica and L'Espresso Group.  Internationally published , Federico has... read on
Updated Nov 01, 2016
Sheroes - After The Acid Attack
By Federico Borella
The Sheroes Hangout Cafe is not a place like any other. It’s...
Agra, India Abuse, Activism, Community, Disability, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Editorial, Freedom, Human Rights, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Teens, Violence, Women's Rights, Youth
Updated Nov 01, 2016
The Enduring Life Of A Quad Amputee Veteran
By Federico Borella
March 26 th 2010. Cpl. Todd Nicely, 26, was leading a patrol in...
Lake Of The Ozarks, Missouri USA Black And White, Borella, Contemporary Issue, Disability, Documentary, Federico Borella, Federicoborella, Hope, Illness, Military, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Soldiers, Veterans, War
Updated Feb 18, 2018
Living With The Attacker
By Federico Borella
LIVING WITH THE ATTACKER Geeta Mahour, 47, lives with her...
Agra, India Abuse, Acid, Attack, Documentary, Family, India, Photography, Photojournalism, Survivors
Updated Feb 18, 2018
Aiko: Diving To Preserve The Traditions
By Federico Borella
Aiko: diving to preserve the traditions Toba province, Mie...
Ijikacho Aging, Asia, Black And White, Community, Culture, Documentary, Editorial, Education, Emotion, Environment, Freedom, Happiness, International, Joy, Lifestyle, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Swimming, Underwater, Youth
Updated Feb 18, 2018
The Sun Mirror Village
By Federico Borella
Located in a narrow valley three hours north-west from...
Rjukan Norway, Sun, Winter, Darkness, Light, Shade
Updated Jan 15, 2018
Warabistan - The Kurdish Limbo In Japan
By Federico Borella
Warabistan “WARABISTAN” - The Kurdish limbo...
Tokyo Action, Activism, Adolescence, Borders, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Emotion, Family, Hope, Human Rights, Landscape, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Racism, Relationships, Reporting, School/College, Street, War