The funerals of two young YPG fighters, fallen in Kobane. Syria, 2014

A demonstration of how Anti-Balaka militans in Bria would react if they came across Séléka militans. Central African Republic, 2018

Séléka militiaman at a checkpoint in Bria. Central African Republic, 2018

The bridesmaids at a catholic wedding at the Paroisse Saint Joseph Charpentier of Yopougon Gare in Abidjan. Ivory Coast, 2016

In Bir Dufan, province of Tripolitania, a group of militant from Misurata prepares for a fight against the militant of Beni Ulid. Libya, 2012

The Philippines army facing affiliates of the Islamic State in the fight for the liberation of Marawi, the main muslim town in the country. Philippines, 2017

A Niger army soldier patrols the market in Diffa, village on the border with Nigeria where the terrorist group Boko Haram frequently runs attacks and kidnappings. Niger, 2015

A primary school in Alkararim, just outside Misurata, has been turned into a prison for migrants. In total, three rooms have been filled up with over 700 people (men, women and children) in inhuman conditions. Libya, 2015

Lorn, 57 years old, jumped on a mine in 1993. According to the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC), since the beginning of the Seventies to the end of the Nineties, something between 4 and 6 million mines were placed in Cambodia. The CMAC has till now dug up and defused about 1 million mines. Up until today there are about 65 thousand victims. Cambodia, 2017

The Cambodian brick factories are often the set for the debt bondage, a status that arises when a person’s labour is demanded to pay off a loan. Normally bonded labourers receive extremely low pay and are often forced to more debts, making it impossible for them to ever cover what they owe. Because of their dependence on the loan issuer, they are likely to be subject to exploitation and are forced to work in brutal and dangerous conditions. Cambodia, 2017

The juvenile prison in Niamey where the alleged members of the Boko Haram terrorist group are locked up. Niger, 2015

YPG fighter in Heras (Jazeera Canton), the nearest village to the front-line with Islamic State. This woman is describing the horror of a car-bomb blown up in her street by an Islamic State militant. Syria, 2014

Families on the run from combats in Mosul. Iraq, 2016

The funerals of two young YPG fighters, fallen in Kobane. Syria, 2014

Davao Male Prison. All detained for drug crimes. In a space built for 3000 people, this facility has come to host more than 5000 prisoners. Philippines, 2018

The helper of a carpentry in Bamako delivering chairs on foot. Mali, 2016

The presidential elections of July 29 in Bamako. Mali, 2018

HPG fighter on the front-line of Vahda, south of Kirkuk. The black flag of the Islamic State waving a hundred yards away. Iraq, 2014

Quezon City Jail Isolation and Treatment Facility. All detained for drug crimes. In a space built for 200 people, this facility has come to host more than 4500 prisoners. Philippines, 2017

An Iraqi soldier finds time to pray before a patroling in Mosul. Iraq, 2016

A primary school in Bamako. Mali, 2018

Quezon City Jail Isolation and Treatment Facility. All detained for drug crimes. In a space built for 200 people, this facility has come to host more than 4500 prisoners. Philippines, 2017

An alcoholic woman dancing in a bar in the Angolan enclave of Cabinda. Angola, 2010

A miner of the informal gold mine in Daloa rests during his lunch break. Ivory Coast, 2016

Three hundred people of the Mundari etny, originally from Terekeka, live in desperate conditions in the graveyard of Hai Malakal, in the centre of Juba. Famine and civili war led them here. South Sudan, 2017

Supporters of the ex president-dictator Yahya Jammeh during a demonstration on the outskirts of Banjul. Gambia, 2017

A migrant dealing with personal hygiene in the shacks of the Jungle of Calais. France, 2016

The fish market in Nouakchott. Mauritania, 2015

A speaker of Radio Omega, the local radio of Ouagadougou giving voice toe the revolution that led to the fall of Blaise Compaoré in 2014. Burkina Faso, 2015

A civilian, heavily wounded during combat in Mosul, being rescued by the Iraqi army. Iraq, 2016

The Mali army during a patrol near the Saharian village of Bitangougou (province of Timbuktu), battered by the frequent attacks of AQMI (al-Qa’ida in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb). Mali, 2017

Fataki Hospital in Ituri province. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

In this common burial ground on the outskirts of Hamam al-Alil, few miles south of Mosul, the human rests of hundreds of civilians have been found, shot and executed by the men of the Islamic State. Among these, corpses of children. Iraq, 2016

More than 10 thousand people live in Manila North Cemetery. Philippines, 2018

In the outskirts of Abidjan, the washing is dried this way. Ivory Coast 2016

A young woman from the Masisi area in North Kivu, who became pregnant after being raped by the Mai-Mai rebels

In the sideroads of Omar al-Mukhtar road, the main road in Tripoli, weapons of any type can be purchased. Libya, 2015

Around 400 Niger migrants, expelled from Algeria, have been repatriated in Agadez, in one of the facilities of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Niger, 2015

The men dormitory of a coach station in Niamey. Starting point for the migrants headed to Agadez, fundamental turnpike for the migratory flow to Europe. Niger, 2015

Softex government refugee camp in Thessaloniki. The facility has come to host more than two thousand people, stuck in Greece after the closure of the borders along the Balcan route. Greece, 2016

Young killers from Mountain View, one of Kingston's most infamous ghettos. Jamaica, 2019

The Philippines army facing affiliates of the Islamic State in the fight for the liberation of Marawi, the main muslim town in the country. Philippines, 2017

An illegal landfill in the centre of Cairo. Egypt, 2010

Alejandro has lived in these conditions for more than seven years. Because of poor public health funds, in many rural areas of the island of Cebu tying to a tree or closing in a cage people with mental problems is a common practice. Phillippines, 2018

A group of kids playing with a toy rifle in the Palestinian camp of Shatila in Beirut. Lebanon, 2011

Amadou Barry, member of the Fulani ethnic group, displaced in Bamako because of the conflict between Fulani and Dogon in the area of Mopti. Mali, 2018

A Georgian volunteer among the pro-Russian fighters in Donetsk against the Ukranian nationalists. Ukraine, 2015

Extrajudicial killings in Navotas district, Manila. Extrajudicial killings are part of the war against drugs run by the president Rodrigo Duterte. Phillippines, 2017

Sorm is 14 years old and weighs 9 kilos. His condition is a direct consequence of the use of chemical weapons by the United States during the war in Vietnam. In Cambodia, as opposed to Vietnam, there are no studies on the impact of chemical weapons on the population and the environment. Cambodia, 2017

Extrajudicial killings in the suburbs of Manila. Extrajudicial killings are part of the war against drugs run by the president Rodrigo Duterte. Phillippines, 2018

The funeral of Louise, 74 years old, inside PK3, the biggest displaced persons camp in Bria. More than 40,000 people live here. Central African Republic, 2018

Grace e Rachel, respectively 11 and 12 years old. Sisters. Of Hema ethnicity, ended up under Lendus' machetes in the tiny village of Tchee, by the lake Albert. Their parents and brothers were "butchered" before their eyes. It's their mother's sister who takes care of them in Site II Burnia, a camp for displaced in the province of Ituri, hosting up to 10.000 people. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Pierre, 58 years old, farmer, displaced. There are numerous unofficial camps for the displaced in the province of Ituri. Many of them have not received any humanitarian aid since the beginning of the crisis in December 2017. Survival is guaranteed only by the solidarity of relatives, friends and acquaintances. It's the case of Lopa, a camp raised two months ago on the hills surrounding the homonym village, thirty miles away from the Capital Bunia. The camp has reached 6 thousands people of Hema ethnicity, survivors of the ferocius raids by the Lendu. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Helene, 30 years old, farmer and mother of three children. During March 2017, in her village near the town of Bria, she was robbed and thrown in the fire by some Seleka militiamen who were under the effects of alcohol and Tramadol. Central African Republic, 2018

Falmata, 55 years old. A daughter raped by the Anti-Balaka militiamen, two sons killed by the burundese contingent of Minusca (the peacekeeping UN mission) and a husband dead of heartbreak while identifying the corpses of their two sons. She is left with one daughter that will never be wanted for marriage due to shame poured on the family and a stall of fabrics. Her hopes for justice lie with the Coordination des Organisations Musulmanes de Centrafrique (COMC), an organization offering legal assistance to the victims of violence spread in the country since 2013. Through much trouble and with poor means and tools the COMC gathers evidence and brings cases before the Special Court of Central African Republic. Central African Republic, 2018

For over twenty years the Buddhist temple of Wat Tham Krabok has become a rehabilitation center for men and women with addictions. Daily treatment includes the "vomiting ceremony": after ingesting a concoction made with local herbs, the patient vomits to the bitter end expelling the harmful substances. Thailand, 2017

Shaboo users in the suburbs of Phnom Penh. Shaboo, a powerful methamphetamine with similar effects to those given by cocaine, is very common throughout Southeast Asia. Cambodia, 2017

Ras Kelly Holt, reggae artist, records his new album at the Small World Recording Studio. Jamaica, 2019

Ouaga Fashion Week 2019. Burkina Faso, 2019

Mihaela Buruiana, student of the National Choreography College of Chișinău. In Moldova, the poorest country in Europe, ballet is seen as a tool to succeed abroad and thus send money home. Moldova, 2018

Because of poor public health funds, in many rural areas of the island of Cebu tying to a tree or closing in a cage people with mental problems is a common practice. Phillippines, 2018

Bora, 38 years old, farmer and mother of 8 children. A couple of years ago she was raped by a group of militiamen in the countryside just outside Goma. Rather rare, she was not chased away by her husband for the great "humiliation" she suffered. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Antiterrorist exercise of the new Polyvalent Intervention Unit of the Burkinabé Police. Burkina Faso, 2019

Near the presidential palace in La Paz. Bolivia, 2008

Extrajudicial killings are part of the war against drugs run by the president Rodrigo Duterte. Phillippines, 2017

In Bir Dufan, province of Tripolitania, a group of militant from Misurata prepares for a fight against the militant of Beni Ulid. Libya, 2012

The son of a Misrata militiaman. Libya, 2012

The first free elections after 42 years of Gheddadi. Libya, 2012

Correction Institute for Women (CIW) in Mandaluyong, In a space for 1500 people live more than 3200 people. Most of detained for drug crimes. Life sentence for drug sellers. Philippines, 2018

The Philippines army facing affiliates of the Islamic State in the fight for the liberation of Marawi, the main muslim town in the country. Philippines, 2017

According to the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC), since the beginning of the Seventies to the end of the Nineties, something between 4 and 6 million mines were placed in Cambodia. The CMAC has till now dug up and defused about 1 million mines. Up until today there are about 65 thousand victims. Cambodia, 2017

Fataki Hospital in Ituri province. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Antiterrorist exercise of the new Polyvalent Intervention Unit of the Burkinabé Police. Burkina Faso, 2019

Malnutrition, anemia, malaria and cholera are the main diseases of which the new wave of displaced people in the Ituri conflict is affected. Children are the most affected. The General Hospital of Bunia had to set up sheds to cope with the new emergency. According to the UN there are about 340,000 displaced people in the province of Ituri, most of whom are scattered in unofficial camps that do not receive any kind of humanitarian aid. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Daniela is 17 years old. In 2013 she was raped by the Séléka militias. Today she is marginalized by her whole community in Bangui. Central African Republic, 2018

Anti-Balaka militiaman in PK3, the biggest displaced persons camp in Bria. More than 40,000 people live here. Central African Republic, 2018

Extrajudicial killings are part of the war against drugs run by the president Rodrigo Duterte. Phillippines, 2018

More than 10 thousand people live in Manila North Cemetery. Philippines, 2018

Because of poor public health funds, in many rural areas of the island of Cebu tying to a tree or closing in a cage people with mental problems is a common practice. Phillippines, 2018

Séléka militiaman at a checkpoint in Bria. Central African Republic, 2018

Lilipa is 30 years old and belongs to the Hema ethnic group. He was wounded after his village in Ituri province was attacked by the Lendu ethnic group. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Because of poor public health funds, in many rural areas of the island of Cebu tying to a tree or closing in a cage people with mental problems is a common practice. Phillippines, 2018

The journey of young migrants from Niamey to Agadez. Niger, 2015

Bopha is 4 yers old. Her condition is a direct consequence of the use of chemical weapons by the United States during the war in Vietnam. In Cambodia, as opposed to Vietnam, there are no studies on the impact of chemical weapons on the population and the environment. Cambodia, 2017

The Dbayeh camp is 12km east of Beirut on a hill overlooking the Beirut-Tripoli highway. It was established in 1956 to accommodate Palestine refugees who originally came from the Galilee in northern Palestine. Because of its strategic location, the camp suffered a great deal of violence and destruction during the civil war. In 1990 alone, a quarter of its shelters were destroyed or severely damaged and over 100 of its principally Christian Palestine refugee families were displaced. It is the only remaining Palestinian refugee camp in the eastern suburbs of Beirut. Residents live in severe economic hardship and many are unemployed. Lebanon, 2010

Site I Burnia, a camp for displaced in the province of Ituri, hosting up to 10.000 people. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

The liberation of the city of Bashiqa from the Islamic State. Iraq, 2016

The liberation of the city of Bashiqa from the Islamic State. Iraq, 2016

Quezon City Jail Isolation and Treatment Facility. All detained for drug crimes. In a space built for 200 people, this facility has come to host more than 4500 prisoners. Philippines, 2017

Homeless man in La Paz. Bolivia, 2008

Families on the run from combats in Mosul. Iraq, 2016

Inside a tunnel excavated by Islamic State fighters near the city of Bashiqa. Iraq, 2016

Extrajudicial killings are part of the war against drugs run by the president Rodrigo Duterte. Phillippines, 2017

Oil wells on fire in the wake of retreating Islamic State militants. Iraq, 2016

The Philippines army facing affiliates of the Islamic State in the fight for the liberation of Marawi, the main muslim town in the country. Philippines, 2017

The Dbayeh camp is 12km east of Beirut on a hill overlooking the Beirut-Tripoli highway. It was established in 1956 to accommodate Palestine refugees who originally came from the Galilee in northern Palestine. Because of its strategic location, the camp suffered a great deal of violence and destruction during the civil war. In 1990 alone, a quarter of its shelters were destroyed or severely damaged and over 100 of its principally Christian Palestine refugee families were displaced. It is the only remaining Palestinian refugee camp in the eastern suburbs of Beirut. Residents live in severe economic hardship and many are unemployed. Lebanon, 2010

Hem is 10 yers old. His condition is a direct consequence of the use of chemical weapons by the United States during the war in Vietnam. In Cambodia, as opposed to Vietnam, there are no studies on the impact of chemical weapons on the population and the environment. Cambodia, 2017

A young woman from the Masisi area in North Kivu, who became pregnant after being raped by the Mai-Mai rebels. Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2018

More than 10 thousand people live in Manila North Cemetery. Philippines, 2018

Djamal is 27 years old. He is a victim of the Burundian contingent of Minusca (United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic). Central African Republic, 2018

Because of poor public health funds, in many rural areas of the island of Cebu tying to a tree or closing in a cage people with mental problems is a common practice. Phillippines, 2018

The funeral of a young YPG fighter, fallen in Kobane. Syria, 2014

Abdoulah, from Niger, lives in the ghetto of Borgo Mezzanone, known as “runway”. It is called this way because it was once a NATO airport. This ghetto, 12 Kms away from Foggia, in the south of Italy, is one of the largest in the country. Currently about a thousand immigrants live there, especially from Africa. Many of them work in agriculture without a regular employment contract. Italy, 2020

Lampedusa. A group of migrants leaving for Pozzallo. Italy, 2015

The liberation of the city of Bashiqa from the Islamic State. Iraq, 2016

Guys stuck in Greece after the closure of the borders along the Balcan route. Greece, 2016

The Association of Blind Persons of Moldova in Chisinau. Moldova, 2018

Quezon City Jail Isolation and Treatment Facility. All detained for drug crimes. In a space built for 200 people, this facility has come to host more than 4500 prisoners. Philippines, 2017

Assansham IDP camp in Iraqi Kurdistan. Over 10.000 displaced persons in two days mainly from Mosul, protected by Peshmerga and Iraqi army. Iraq, 2016

Site I Burnia, a camp for displaced in the province of Ituri, hosting up to 10.000 people. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Because of poor public health funds, in many rural areas of the island of Cebu tying to a tree or closing in a cage people with mental problems is a common practice. Phillippines, 2018

Dauk is 14 years old. Her condition is a direct consequence of the use of chemical weapons by the United States during the war in Vietnam. In Cambodia, as opposed to Vietnam, there are no studies on the impact of chemical weapons on the population and the environment. Cambodia, 2017

YJA-Star fighters near the front-line of Vahda, south of Kirkuk. The black flag of the Islamic State waving a hundred yards away. Iraq, 2014

Séléka militiamen at a checkpoint in Bria. Central African Republic, 2018

Davao Male Prison. All detained for drug crimes. In a space built for 3000 people, this facility has come to host more than 5000 prisoners. Philippines, 2018

UN Police Patrol in Timbuktu. Mali, 2017

A young woman from the Masisi area in North Kivu, who became pregnant after being raped by the Mai-Mai rebels. Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2018

Garage Italia, a school for scooter mechanics in Ouagadougou. Burkina Faso, 2019

Samnang is 5 years old. Her condition is a direct consequence of the use of chemical weapons by the United States during the war in Vietnam. In Cambodia, as opposed to Vietnam, there are no studies on the impact of chemical weapons on the population and the environment. Cambodia, 2017

Antiterrorist exercise of the new Polyvalent Intervention Unit of the Burkinabé Police. Burkina Faso, 2019

The Dbayeh camp is 12km east of Beirut on a hill overlooking the Beirut-Tripoli highway. It was established in 1956 to accommodate Palestine refugees who originally came from the Galilee in northern Palestine. Because of its strategic location, the camp suffered a great deal of violence and destruction during the civil war. In 1990 alone, a quarter of its shelters were destroyed or severely damaged and over 100 of its principally Christian Palestine refugee families were displaced. It is the only remaining Palestinian refugee camp in the eastern suburbs of Beirut. Residents live in severe economic hardship and many are unemployed. Lebanon, 2010

Lampedusa hotspot. Italy, 2015

Usman, from Ghana, lives in the ghetto of Borgo Mezzanone, known as “runway”. It is called this way because it was once a NATO airport. This ghetto, 12 Kms away from Foggia, in the south of Italy, is one of the largest in the country. Currently about a thousand immigrants live there, especially from Africa. Many of them work in agriculture without a regular employment contract. Italy, 2020

Spartak, a village on the frontline in Donbass region. Ukraine, 2015

Ouagadougou city center. Burkina Faso, 2015

Harbour View, also known as “Gaza”, is one of Kingston's most infamous ghettos. Jamaica, 2019

A primary school in Alkararim, just outside Misurata, has been turned into a prison for migrants. In total, three rooms have been filled up with over 700 people (men, women and children) in inhuman conditions. Libya, 2015

Endless queues in Bangkok for the last farewell to King Bhumibol Adulyadej before his cremation. Thailandia, 2017

75

The Philippines army facing affiliates of the Islamic State in the fight for the liberation of Marawi, the main muslim town in the country. Philippines, 2017

The liberation of Mosul from Islamic State. Iraq, 2016

A soldier, heavily wounded during combat in Mosul, being rescued by the Iraqi army. Iraq, 2016

Ismail, from Gambia, lives in the ghetto of Borgo Mezzanone, known as “runway”. It is called this way because it was once a NATO airport. This ghetto, 12 Kms away from Foggia, in the south of Italy, is one of the largest in the country. Currently about a thousand immigrants live there, especially from Africa. Many of them work in agriculture without a regular employment contract. Italy, 2020

The liberation of Mosul from Islamic State. Iraq, 2016

On March 18, 2018 Jean Francis Diandi, known as "Ramazani" was arrested by the UN Blue Helmets. According to an official statement from the United Nations, "Ramazani is responsible for a series of violations of international human rights in the camp for displaced people in Bria". Central African Republic, 2018

Around 400 Niger migrants, expelled from Algeria, have been repatriated in Agadez, in one of the facilities of the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Niger, 2015

La Paz city center. Bolivia, 2008

On the left is Ahmed, leader of the Amanar band. The members of Amanar are all Tuareg, they sing in Tamashek language and are originally from Kidal. During the jihadist occupation of Kidal, Ahmed fled because of the threats he suffered. Now they perform in Bamako. Mali, 2015

YPG fighters in Heras (Jazeera Canton), the nearest village to the front-line with Islamic State. Syria, 2014

Cairo's northern suburbs. Egypt, 2010

Lake Titicaca. Peru, 2008

A young killer from Mountain View, one of Kingston's most infamous ghettos. Jamaica, 2019

The presidential elections of July 29 in Bamako. Mali, 2018

Tripoli International Airport. Libya, 2015

Davao Male Prison. All detained for drug crimes. In a space built for 3000 people, this facility has come to host more than 5000 prisoners. Philippines, 2018

Harbour View, also known as “Gaza”, is one of Kingston's most infamous ghettos. Jamaica, 2019

Farmers in Cochabamba. Bolivia, 2008

A member of the Muslim community who was injured during the Central African Republic civil war. His hopes for justice lie with the Coordination des Organisations Musulmanes de Centrafrique (COMC), an organization offering legal assistance to the victims of violence spread in the country since 2013. Through much trouble and with poor means and tools the COMC gathers evidence and brings cases before the Special Court of Central African Republic. Central African Republic, 2018

Around Niamey. Niger, 2015

The parents of a young fighter, fallen in Kobane. Syria, 2014

Gare Routiere Bamao. Mali, 2015

Malnutrition, anemia, malaria and cholera are the main diseases of which the new wave of displaced people in the Ituri conflict is affected. Children are the most affected. The General Hospital of Bunia had to set up sheds to cope with the new emergency. According to the UN there are about 340,000 displaced people in the province of Ituri, most of whom are scattered in unofficial camps that do not receive any kind of humanitarian aid. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Site II Burnia, a camp for displaced in the province of Ituri, hosting up to 10.000 people. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

There are numerous unofficial camps for the displaced in the province of Ituri. Many of them have not received any humanitarian aid since the beginning of the crisis in December 2017. Survival is guaranteed only by the solidarity of relatives, friends and acquaintances. It's the case of Lopa, a camp raised two months ago on the hills surrounding the homonym village, thirty miles away from the Capital Bunia. The camp has reached 6 thousands people of Hema ethnicity, survivors of the ferocius raids by the Lendu. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

The funeral of Louise, 74 years old, inside PK3, the biggest displaced persons camp in Bria. More than 40,000 people live here. Central African Republic, 2018

Extrajudicial killings are part of the war against drugs run by the president Rodrigo Duterte. Phillippines, 2018

According to the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC), since the beginning of the Seventies to the end of the Nineties, something between 4 and 6 million mines were placed in Cambodia. The CMAC has till now dug up and defused about 1 million mines. Up until today there are about 65 thousand victims. Cambodia, 2017

Malnutrition, anemia, malaria and cholera are the main diseases of which the new wave of displaced people in the Ituri conflict is affected. Children are the most affected. The General Hospital of Bunia had to set up sheds to cope with the new emergency. According to the UN there are about 340,000 displaced people in the province of Ituri, most of whom are scattered in unofficial camps that do not receive any kind of humanitarian aid. Democratic Republic of Congo, 2018

Because of poor public health funds, in many rural areas of the island of Cebu tying to a tree or closing in a cage people with mental problems is a common practice. Phillippines, 2018

Jungle of Calais. France, 2016

Armory in Ouagadougou. Burkina Faso, 2015

The journey of young migrants from Niamey to Agadez. Niger, 2015

Cairo's northern suburbs. Egypt, 2010

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Post comment