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NOOR and iMPACT Doc: Workshop with Kadir van Lohuizen

225.00
 San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
May 2008.
Scarlet Ruby is a 12 year old boy that lives in San Pedro Sula, in Honduras. He is gay, he was raped when he was five years old.
He is now a transsexual and works as a sex worker.
Because he was gay he was kicked out of the family house and had to start working in the streets at the age of nine. Since then Scarlet Ruby has been making a living out of prostitution.
Scarlet Ruby is also addicted to marihuana, alcohol and crack.
 The sexual abuse of children by adults to satisfy their own perversions is a global problem.

Pep Bonet | Scarlet Ruby, Honduras, May 2008

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The Island of the Colorblind by Sanne De Wilde

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An autobiography of Miss Wish by Nina Berman

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PIK-NIK by Arko Datto

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 USA, Illinois, Chicago, 2012

Church Steps - Outside Thunder’s Wedding.

Jon Lowenstein / NOOR

Jon Lowenstein | South Side, Chicago, USA, 2012

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Climate change / sea-level rise in Kiribati

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Kiribati, 2012

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The Western Front by Stanley Greene

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On Revolution Road by Yuri Kozyrev

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Where Will We Go by Kadir van Lohuizen

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 TSENTOROI, CHECHNYA-DECEMBER 16, 1999: Oil refinery storage destroyed during the first Chechen war.

Yuri Kozyrev | Chechnya, Russia, December 1999

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 Malé, Maldives. October 2009


Malé, one of the most densely populated cities in the world, as seem from a plane. Nearly 104,000 people cram on 5,798 square meters.

Francesco Zizola | Maldives, 2009

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 D.R. Congo, Lubumbashi, 20 October 2013

A cursing during a wrestling competition in the Gécamines suburbs.

Leonard Pongo / NOOR

Léonard Pongo | The Uncanny, D.R. Congo, 2013

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An Iraqi tribal chief

Yuri Kozyrev | Tribal chief, Baghdad, Iraq, March 2003

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Blind Faith

Pep Bonet | Blind Faith, Sierra Leone, 2003

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"This day of Change 1/20"

Bénédicte Kurzen | Betty, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2009

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A Million Shillings - Escape from Somalia by Alixandra Fazzina

40.00
 Monrovia, Liberia
The Liberian flag flies over fishing boats as the sun sets behind West Point, a fishing community (or township) of Monrovia, located on a peninsula which juts out into the Atlantic Ocean between the Mesurado and Saint Paul rivers. Home to approximately 75,000 people, it is one of Monrovia's most densely populated neighborhoods, and environmental degradation has gradually caused part of the peninsula to erode into the ocean. Endemic problems include overpopulation and diseases such as tuberculosis.
It is rumored that the Liberian government has threatened to move the community to make room for beach-front hotels.

Andrea Bruce/ NOOR for The Open Society Foundations

Andrea Bruce | Fishing Boats, Liberia, 2014

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Climate change / sea-level rise in Kiribati

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Kiribati, 2012

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 San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
May 2008.
Osman Danilo Odriguez "Diana" , he is 23 years old and a transsexual commercial sex worker.
Diana lives in a small room from a hotel, where she also takes his clients, its less dangerous than working in the streets of San Pedro Sula.
Some 200 homosexual and transsexual sex workers were murdered between 1991 and 2003.

Pep Bonet | Diana, Honduras, 2008

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Haiti Earthquake

Pep Bonet | Haiti Earthquake, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, January 2010

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Voodoo

Pep Bonet | Ville Bonheur, Saut Deau, Haiti, June 2010

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 Chechen Island , Dagestan  Stanley@noorimages 27/ 11 / 13 

"Maryam  " The only   young girl on the island , mother  Patimat  is " The Nurse " on the island " her father was killed at sea while being drunk , she lost her  two brothers from cancer , she stays on the island because of her mother

Stanley Greene | Chechen Island , Dagestan, Russia, 2013

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 South Sudan. 18 March 2011.

Children playing on the banks of a tributary of the Nile, near Wau.

Francesco Zizola | South Sudan, March 2011

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Somalia, El Rasto Invisible by Pep Bonet

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Tibet Chin by Kadir van Lohuizen

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17 Milagroso - Babalú Ayé by Pep Bonet

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VIH/SIDA Generación Perdida by Pep Bonet

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Motörhead - Röadkill by Pep Bonet

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Vía PanAm by Kadir van Lohuizen

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ONEGOAL by Pep Bonet

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Homeland by Nina Berman

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Watching in Silence by Pep Bonet

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Born Somewhere by Francesco Zizola

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This Day of Change

200.00
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Occupied Pleasures by Tanya Habjouqa

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Remarkable South Africans by Pep Bonet

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War Stories by Nina Berman

75.00
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Purple Hearts by Nina Berman

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Open Wound / Plaie a Vif by Stanley Greene

150.00
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Aderen by Kadir van Lohuizen

59.00
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Road to Ruin by Stanley Greene

40.00
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Inside Iraq by Yuri Kozyrev

40.00
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Black Passport by Stanley Greene

500.00
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Dispatches - Beyond Iraq

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Alixandra Fazzina

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Nina Berman

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Jon Lowenstein

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Pep Bonet

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FrancescoZizola2.jpg

Francesco Zizola

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Yuri Kozyrev

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Stanley Greene

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Kadir van Lohuizen

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Andrea Bruce

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217A by NOOR

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Sebastian Liste | Suleymaniye, Istanbul, Turkey, 2013

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 Havana, Cuba - February, 2015: Street scene in Havana¥s Malecon (Promenade). 

For the first time in fifty years the United States and Cuba would restore ties and seems that the life conditions for Cubans will improve after decades of economical austerity.

Sebastian Liste | Everyday Cuba, Havana, Cuba, 2015

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 Andes, Peru - August 20th, 2016: Aerial view of the Andes from the flight Lima-Cusco.
The Andes are the longest continental mountain range in the world. They are a continual range of highlands along the western edge of South America. This range is about 7,000 km (4,300 mi) long, about 200 to 700 km (120 to 430 mi) wide (widest between 18° south and 20° south latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 ft). The Andes extend from north to south through seven South American countries: Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina.

Sebastian Liste | The Andes, Peru, 2016

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 SALVADOR DE BAHIA, BRAZIL – DECEMBER 10, 2009: A Selenia (12) dancing and playing with pieces of clothes from the garbage, on December 10, 2009 in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Despite the lack of socio-economic support from the government, they have managed to make a safe place for themselves to live, and form a community of their own, which is safer that the alternatives available to them. However they are currently being evicted by the government due to being there illegally. (Photo by Sebastian Liste/Reportage by Getty Images)

Sebastian Liste | Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, 2009

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Guarding New York City

Nina Berman | Shadows in Grand Central, New York, USA, 2001

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Nina Berman | Understanding, New York City, USA, 2016

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 Nanju Bheel, 25, is one of many Hindu women living and working cotton fields in southern Pakistan. "In the day we are working in the scorching sun. In the night we are passing through the snakes," she said.

Andrea Bruce | Cotton Widows, Pakistan, 2012

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Andrea Bruce | Factory Girls in Bangalore, India, 2016

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 D.R. Congo, Lubumbashi, 27 October 2013

A group of policeman argues with the owner of a car they just damaged in Kenya neighbourhood.

Leonard Pongo / NOOR

Léonard Pongo | The Uncanny, D.R. Congo, 2013

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Poland's Coal Industry

Pep Bonet | Blackfields, Poland, 2009

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 D.R. Congo, Kananga, 10 November 2011

A young woman walks along the Kananga station train tracks.

Léonard Pongo / NOOR

Léonard Pongo | The Uncanny, D.R. Congo, 2011

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Beach Positions

Francesco Zizola | Beach Positions, Brazil, 2008

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Climate change / sea-level rise in Kiribati

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Kiribati, 2012

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 ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN; FEBRUARY 2104 
Displayed proudly on the wall, a row of mis-matched spoons found in the garbage are tacked up with a piece of ribbon in Sher Dad?s shelter. With almost no worldly possessions, Gul Dad struggles to survive along with his wife and baby son in a Pashtun-Abadi (Pashtun slum) more than five years after escaping the conflict in Bajaur.

RESIST by Alixandra Fazzina | Eighteen Spoons, Pakistan, 2014

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 Sadaf Rahimi practices in her Kabul gym at the Olympic Stadium to prepare for the Olympics 

(Photo by Andrea Bruce/ Noor Images for Time)

RESIST by Andrea Bruce | The Boxer, Afghanistan, 2012

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RESIST by Benedicte Kurzen |

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RESIST by Francesco Zizola | Photographing, a form of resistance

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 F*ck the KKK,  USA,  1990


When the Ku Klux Klan , a white supremacist terrorist organization,  decided to march around a baseball field in a small town in southern New Jersey,  a crowd of protestors showed up to resist.  As the KKK donned their white robes and waved their confederate flags,  the protesting crowd, led by many black high school students,  pushed the Klan behind the ball field fence and into the wooden bleachers.  The Klan grew frightened and weak as the protesters outnumbered them.    Chanting with righteous anger and moral authority,  these teenagers drove the racist hate mongers  off the field and out of town. 

It was my privilege to witness this beautiful moment of resistance when young people stood up for their ancestors and their own dignity.

RESIST by Nina Berman | F*ck the KKK, USA, 1990

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Single Leg Amputee Sports Club (SLASC)

RESIST by Pep Bonet

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 A couple dancing samba in the street. The music of samba is a genre that combines beautiful African and Portuguese rhythms to create a very sensual dancing movements.

RESIST by Sebastian Liste | Samba, Brazil, 2009

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RESIST by NOOR | PhotoBox Set

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 Belo Monte construction site, Altamira  Brazil  October 09 2012
On Tuesday 9 October, around 80 “warriors” in full war paint and armed with bows and arrows, clubs and lances occupied a construction site for the Belo Monte hydroelectric plant on the Xingu River, a tributary of the Amazon in Brazil.
 In a cloak-and-dagger operation, the native Indians stormed the Pimental cofferdam, chased off around 900 construction workers and took control of a large number of trucks and Caterpillar construction vehicles.

RESIST by Yuri Kozyrev | Resisting the Belo Monte Dam, Brazil, 2012

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Solutions, wind energy in China

Kadir van Lohuizen | Solutions, China, 2010

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 Nelson Mandela and Malcolm X. Candy Store. 

In ?Chi-Raq? there still is not one trauma unit, despite the fact that the city leads the country in the number of homicides, with the majority occurring south of the Loop. As often follows with arrests, incarceration tends to ensue. As a result, more than 100,000 people go through the doors of Chicago?s Cook County Jail each year. However, many of these young men and women are blind to how the city?s methodical and systematic control of land, divides their neighborhoods into war zones. This, results in wars with each other, in a seemingly endless loop of ?survival?.

Although the violence is consistently reported in the news, to understand what?s at stake we must look far deeper than the latest crime scene. It?s vital that we also show the immense waste of human potential that?s being lost with each violent act. While the violence that has spread to many of Chicago?s most economically depressed neighborhoods is in all ways real, the never ending focus on the violence obscures a larger and far more significant truth: that the wholesale neglect has led to the practical destruction of these communities. 

The combination of the large scale industrial meltdown, political disinvestment, and the failure of the war on poverty during the 1970?s and 80?s led to communities like Chicago?s South Side falling on extremely hard times. Today, the failure of the war on poverty is clearly evident. The poverty rate for the majority African-Americans stands at 32.6 percent, the highest for the ten largest American cities, according to Chicago Muckrakers. The aftermath is evidenced by failing schools, inadequate public healthcare, mass foreclosures in the form of abandoned and decaying buildings, widespread, but rarely seen hunger, drug use, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and unusually high levels of social violence, incarceration rates and police brutality. 

Barack Obama?s rise on the South Side from community organizer to leader of the

RESIST by Jon Lowenstein | SOS South Side, USA, 2012

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Brazil climate change

Kadir van Lohuizen | Consequences, Brazil, 2009

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Bangladesh Climate rufugees

RESIST by Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Bangladesh, 2013

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RESIST by Stanley Greene | Red scarf of a Soviet Union Youth Pioneer, Chechnya, 2013

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Brazil climate change

Kadir van Lohuizen | Consequences, Brazil, 2009

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 Occupied Palestinian Territories, West Bank, Abu Dis, 01 May 2013

Students from the Al-Quds University javelin team wrap up the last practice before summer vacation in the West Bank city of Abu Dis, next to the Israeli Separation Wall.

RESIST by Tanya Habjouqa | Javelin team practices along side the Separation Wall, Occupied Palestinian Territories, 2013

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 Methane flare off at a well pad.  Flare off following drilling usually lasts several days, and is designed to release impurities.  It creates a foul odor and pollutes the air in the vicinity.  People complain of head aches, dizziness when nearby flarings.

Nina Berman | Fractured, the Shale Play, 2011

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Climate change / sea-level rise in Fiji

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Fiji, 2012

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 San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
May 2008.
Scarlet Ruby smoking a cigarette.
Scarlet Ruby is a 12 year old boy that lives in San Pedro Sula, in Honduras. He is gay, he was raped when he was five years old.
He is now a transsexual and works as a sex worker.
Because he was gay he was kicked out of the family house and had to start working in the streets at the age of nine. Since then Scarlet Ruby has been making a living out of prostitution.
Scarlet Ruby is also addicted to marihuana, alcohol and crack.
 The sexual abuse of children by adults to satisfy their own perversions is a global problem.

Pep Bonet | Scarlet Ruby, Honduras, May 2008

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 Kharbardan, south of Mosul  Iraq  May 18 2016  Iraqi army commanders survey the front line in the village of Kharbardan, south of Mosul, May 18 2016. The Iraqi military seized the village from ISIS in March, as a part of a grinding march toward the city of Mosul, a major city that has been under ISIS control since June 2014.

Yuri Kozyrev | Kurdistan, Iraq, 2016

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Miami, sealevel rise

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Miami, 2014

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BRA2016G00002

Andrea Bruce | Factory Girls, India, 2016

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Dagestan

Andrea Bruce | Ayata, Dagestan, Russia, 2011

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Climate change, Papua New Guinea, Bougainville

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Papua New Guinea, 2013

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 San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
May 2008.
Scarlet Ruby smoking in bed.
Scarlet Ruby is a 12 year old boy that lives in San Pedro Sula, in Honduras. He is gay, he was raped when he was five years old.
He is now a transsexual and works as a sex worker.
Because he was gay he was kicked out of the family house and had to start working in the streets at the age of nine. Since then Scarlet Ruby has been making a living out of prostitution.
Scarlet Ruby is also addicted to marihuana, alcohol and crack.
 The sexual abuse of children by adults to satisfy their own perversions is a global problem.

Pep Bonet | Scarlet Ruby, Honduras, May 2008

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 Flares  from  natural gas well srun by WPX Energy light up the night sky behind the Depue farmhouse which had leased its land to natural gas companies.  Problems with the Depue wells spurred violations b the PA  DEP.

Nina Berman | Fractured, The Shale Play, USA, 2011

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 SALVADOR DE BAHIA, BRAZIL – DECEMBER 10, 2009: Selenia (12) dancing and playing with pieces of clothes from the garbage, on December 10, 2009 in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Despite the lack of socio-economic support from the government, they have managed to make a safe place for themselves to live, and form a community of their own, which is safer that the alternatives available to them. However they are currently being evicted by the government due to being there illegally. (Photo by Sebastian Liste/NOOR)

Sebastian Liste | Selenia, Salvador De Bahia, Brazil, December 2009

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 VISTA HERMOSA PRISON, CIUDAD BOLIVAR, VENEZUELA - MARCH 2013: Inmates kids playing during a visit day in one of the prison yards with a security tower in their back. Since the inmate Wilmito and his gang took control of Vista Hermosa by force in 2005, the inmates are allowed to bring their families to the prison twice per week. (Photo by Sebastian Liste/NOOR)

Sebastian Liste | Vista Hermosa Prison, Venezuela, March 2013

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 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – DECEMBER 11, 2012: PacifIcation cops in a round in a favela in the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. The Pacifying Police Unit (UPP) program was launched in 2008 to reclaim territories controlled by Rio's armed drug gangs. As the country prepares for the Olympics, clashes between drug traffickers and police are on the rise.

Sebastian Liste | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, December 2012

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 Coptic Egyptian priest at the Dead Sea a day before the December bombing of Coptic church in Cairo (2016). Once the main Christian denomination, the Coptic Church has been reduced to a scattering of communities across the Middle East, centred mostly in Egypt, where they form the main Christian minority. The priest may be posing in a cemetery for forgotten action heros, but he means business.

Tanya Habjouqa | Coptic Egyptian priest, Dead Sea, 2016

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Via Panam, migration in the America's, Panama

Kadir van Lohuizen | Vía Panam, Kuna Yala, Panama, 2011

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Climate change / sea-level rise in Kiribati

Kadir van Lohuizen | Rising Sea Levels, Kiribati, 2012

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Brazil climate change

Kadir van Lohuizen | Consequences, Brazil, 2009

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 RAS LANUF, LIBYA - MARCH 08 2011: Libyan rebels raise their flag at a checkpoint in Ras Lanuf

 RAS LANUF, LIBYA - MARCH 08: Libyan rebels raise their flag at a checkpoint in Ras Lanuf

Yuri Kozyrev | Revolution Road, Libya, 2011

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 RAS LANUF, LIBYA - MARCH 11 2011:
 Rebels flee under fire from the Libyan army

Yuri Kozyrev | Revolution Road, Libya, 2011

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The Battle for Tripoli

Yuri Kozyrev | Revolution Road, Libya, 2011

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