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#Dysturb and the United Nations – Dysturb
07/31/2016
#Dysturb and the United Nations – Dysturb

#Dysturb and the United Nations – Dysturb

UN MONDE DE CRISES, UN MONDE DE SOLIDARITÉS 70 Photos pour les 70 ans des Nations Unies La plus grande opération #Dysturb Depuis le 21 octobre le collectif de photojournalistes #Dysturb s’affiche dans la capitale française avec 70 photos pour le 70ème anniversaire des Nations Unies, célébré le 24 oc...

Today we're fast-forwarding to the #visapourlimage2016 festival!One of the first exhibitions announced is Brent Stirton'...
07/06/2016

Today we're fast-forwarding to the #visapourlimage2016 festival!
One of the first exhibitions announced is Brent Stirton's reportage 'Ivory Wars.' This report focuses on the violence against elephants and the surrounding population, and the brave and fearless handful responsible for protecting these animals from the poachers lusting for their ivory.
Pictured is an image from the reportage. The caption: A soldier with the Ugandan armed forces (UPDF) on patrol as part of a contingent pursuing Lord's Resistance Army fighters. For the last four decades, the border-hopping LRA, which has increasingly turned to ivory poaching as a source of funding, has terrorized the people of Uganda, the Central African Republic, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. M’Boki, Central African Republic, November 2014. Photo © Brent Stirton / Reportage by Getty Images for National Geographic

It may be #flashbackfriday, but today we're fast-forwarding to the #visapourlimage2016 festival!

One of the first exhibitions announced is Brent Stirton's reportage 'Ivory Wars.' This report focuses on the violence against elephants and the surrounding population, and the brave and fearless handful responsible for protecting these animals from the poachers lusting for their ivory.

Pictured is an image from the reportage. The caption: A soldier with the Ugandan armed forces (UPDF) on patrol as part of a contingent pursuing Lord's Resistance Army fighters. For the last four decades, the border-hopping LRA, which has increasingly turned to ivory poaching as a source of funding, has terrorized the people of Uganda, the Central African Republic, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. M’Boki, Central African Republic, November 2014. Photo © Brent Stirton / Reportage by Getty Images for National Geographic

For more information about this year's lineup, please visit: https://visapourlimage.wordpress.com/2016/05/10/visa-pour-limage-2016-first-exhibitions/

Photos from Dysturb's post
07/06/2016

Photos from Dysturb's post

The project was shot by Jonathan Torgovnik in mid-2013, commissioned by The Telegraph Magazine (UK).30% of armed conflic...
05/16/2016
Girl Soldier - Jonathan Torgovnik

The project was shot by Jonathan Torgovnik in mid-2013, commissioned by The Telegraph Magazine (UK).

30% of armed conflict in Africa is fought by women, and the image we always see of child soldiers is of boys. This story focuses on a few women in the village of Binkolo, about 200km from the capital Freetown, that were abducted at a very young age from their village and forced to live with the rebels during the war in the early 90’s. Many of them were sexually abused, and forced to be 'bush wives' to the rebels, many of them were also forced to fight, kill, and abuse civilians, including their own families.

It is a portrait project, set in the village where they are living today, that was destroyed during the war, and is slowly being rebuilt. Jonathan Torgovnik interviewed eight girls, and photographed them with the backdrop of their family homes that were burnt and destroyed during the war. Torgovnik conducted video interviews with seven of them. Their testimonies are very powerful, and revealing. They talk about the rapes they endured - most became pregnant from those rapes and had children - they describe how they were forced to kill and maim people, and in some cases forced to kill their own family members…

After living in exile for years, these women have now been able to return to live in their communities they were abducted from, and accepted back with forgiveness for the atrocities they were forced to commit against their own people against their will.

We are pleased to present a new body of work by Reportage photographer Jonathan Torgovnik about former female child soldiers in Sierra Leone. The project was…

Despite the CITES Treaty of 1989, banning the global trade in ivory and rhino horn, the illegal business of killing elep...
05/16/2016
God's Ivory, by Brent Stirton

Despite the CITES Treaty of 1989, banning the global trade in ivory and rhino horn, the illegal business of killing elephants and maiming rhinos continues. Following a three year project into the subject, Brent Stirton reveals the motivations behind his latest work and exposes the place religion occupies in the demand, and continuation, of the trade.

To view the full story visit: journal.reportagebygettyimages.com/#!/issues/issue-2/gods-ivory/

Despite the CITES Treaty of 1989, banning the global trade in ivory and rhino horn, the illegal business of killing elephants and maiming rhinos continues. Following…

APPLY FOR THE 2016 GETTY IMAGES EDITORIAL GRANTS - DUE MAY 18Getty Images will award $10,000 each to five documentary ph...
05/15/2016
Editorial Grant : Where We Stand

APPLY FOR THE 2016 GETTY IMAGES EDITORIAL GRANTS - DUE MAY 18

Getty Images will award $10,000 each to five documentary photographers with this year’s Editorial Grant contest. To select the grant winners, Getty Images invites a panel of independent judges known for their expertise and industry experience. Selections will be based on the judges’ determination of applicant’s ability to execute the submitted project with compelling visual narrative in documentary feature format, taking into account the caliber of portfolio, project merit and professional ability.

http://wherewestand.gettyimages.com/gi_grants/grants-for-editorial-photography/#how_to_apply

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01/15/2016
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timelightbox: PHOTO: JONATHAN TORGOVNIK—GETTY IMAGES REPORTAGE The ‘Hijacked’ Life of Migrants in Johannesburg Jonathan Torgovnik’s photographs highlight the squalid conditions facing African migrants in Johannesburg

Timeline photos
12/30/2015

Timeline photos

"Stories of a Wounded Land”, by Alvaro Ybarra Zavala, documents one of today’s most complex issues affecting the majority of people around the world and the planet itself: the agribusiness. Agribusiness is global in scale, extending, for example, from a local producer in Latin America or an African tribe to large corporations and consumers in the First World.

The big question: is agribusiness the solution to world hunger, or is it poisoning both the land and the people? Over the past two years, Alvaro Ybarra Zavala has been documenting agribusiness in practice in Latin America, in particular in Argentina and Brazil, two of the world’s major Avia Terai, Chaco, Argentina, November 2012. breadbaskets.

Pictured is a photograph from the project which was exhibited at Visa Pour l'Image-Perpignan in 2014. The caption: Avia Terai, Chaco, Argentina, November 2012. Milagros Alcaraz (6) has spina bifida (a condition in which a developing baby's spinal cord fails to develop properly) and has been given no medical care. She can barely walk. The local community is affected by crop dusting using equipment that does not comply with legal requirements, and which is done with the consent of the authorities and total impunity. Photo © Alvaro Ybarra Zavala/ Reportage by Getty Images

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A portrait of Mazen Rimawi, a former Palestinian political prisoner and uncle to Majd Rimawi, whose father is serving a 25-year sentence, 22 December 2019. Majd was born in 2013, following IVF. From ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Italy, Reportage by Getty Images, awarded World Press Photo Story of the Year in the 2021 Photo Contest. Habibi, which means ‘my love’ in Arabic, chronicles love stories set against the backdrop of one of the longest and most complicated contemporary conflicts, the Israeli-Palestinian war. The story shows the impact of the conflict on Palestinian families, and the difficulties they face in preserving their reproductive rights and human dignity. Discover the winning project: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photo/2021/41438/1/Antonio-Faccilongo-SOYN -- The 2021 World Press Photo Contest category winners have been announced! Discover the stories that matter, chosen by an independent jury: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photocontest/2021
Wives, mothers, and children of Palestinian prisoners reach a checkpoint in Beit Seira, Palestine, 26 November 2017. Many face long journeys in order to cross into Israel to visit their relatives in prison. Some have to travel on journeys lasting many hours to get to the prison for a 45-minute visit. From ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Italy, Reportage by Getty Images, awarded World Press Photo Story of the Year in the 2021 Photo Contest. Habibi, which means ‘my love’ in Arabic, chronicles love stories set against the backdrop of one of the longest and most complicated contemporary conflicts, the Israeli-Palestinian war. The story shows the impact of the conflict on Palestinian families, and the difficulties they face in preserving their reproductive rights and human dignity. Discover the winning project: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photo/2021/41438/1/Antonio-Faccilongo-SOYN -- The 2021 World Press Photo Contest category winners have been announced! Discover the stories that matter, chosen by an independent jury: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photocontest/2021
Lydia Rimawi lies on her sofa in Beit Rima, near Ramallah, Palestine, on 20 December 2018. Her husband Abdul Karim Rimawi was arrested in 2001 and sentenced to 25 years in prison for involvement in the assassination of Israeli tourism minister Rehavam Ze’evi. The couple have a son, Majd, who was born as a result of IVF in 2013. In 2014, Abdul Karim was fined around US$1,500 for smuggling his semen from prison, and deprived of family visits for two months. From ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Italy, Reportage by Getty Images, awarded World Press Photo Story of the Year in the 2021 Photo Contest. Habibi, which means ‘my love’ in Arabic, chronicles love stories set against the backdrop of one of the longest and most complicated contemporary conflicts, the Israeli-Palestinian war. The story shows the impact of the conflict on Palestinian families, and the difficulties they face in preserving their reproductive rights and human dignity. Discover the winning project: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photo/2021/41438/1/Antonio-Faccilongo-SOYN -- The 2021 World Press Photo Contest category winners have been announced! Discover the stories that matter, chosen by an independent jury: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photocontest/2021
Nael al-Barghouthi’s suit remains hanging in his bedroom in Kobar, near Ramallah, Palestine, 17 August 2015. Al-Barghouthi’s wife, Iman Nafi, keeps all her husband’s clothes and belongings in place. Al-Barghouthi was arrested in 1978 after an anti-Israel commando operation. He was released in 2011, married Iman Nafi, but re-arrested in 2014 and sentenced to life imprisonment. He has spent more than 40 years in prison—the longest-serving Palestinian inmate in Israeli jails. From ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Italy, Reportage by Getty Images, awarded World Press Photo Story of the Year in the 2021 Photo Contest. Habibi, which means ‘my love’ in Arabic, chronicles love stories set against the backdrop of one of the longest and most complicated contemporary conflicts, the Israeli-Palestinian war. The story shows the impact of the conflict on Palestinian families, and the difficulties they face in preserving their reproductive rights and human dignity. Discover the winning project: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photo/2021/41438/1/Antonio-Faccilongo-SOYN -- The 2021 World Press Photo Contest category winners have been announced! Discover the stories that matter, chosen by an independent jury: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photocontest/2021
The World Press Photo Foundation is proud to announce the winner of World Press Photo Story of the Year: ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Italy, Reportage by Getty Images. Habibi, which means ‘my love’ in Arabic, chronicles love stories set against the backdrop of one of the longest and most complicated contemporary conflicts, the Israeli-Palestinian war. The story shows the impact of the conflict on Palestinian families, and the difficulties they face in preserving their reproductive rights and human dignity. “My work has the ambition to be a cultural bridge to bring people together,” says the photographer about the story. Discover the winning project: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photo/2021/41438/1/Antonio-Faccilongo-SOYN
Lydia Rimawi lies on her sofa in Beit Rima, near Ramallah, Palestine, 20 December 2018. Her husband Abdul Karim Rimawi was arrested in 2001 and sentenced to 25 years in prison for involvement in the assassination of Israeli tourism minister Rehavam Ze’evi. The couple have a son, Majd, who was born as a result of IVF in 2013. In 2014, Abdul Karim was fined around US$1,500 for smuggling his semen from prison, and deprived of family visits for two months. From ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Italy, Reportage by Getty Images, awarded 1st prize in the ‘Long-Term Projects’ category of the 2021 Photo Contest. “The photojournalistic perspective of the photographer, along with the uniqueness of the story, have created a masterpiece. (...) It shows another side of the long contemporary conflict between Israel and Palestine.” - Ahmed Najm, member of the 2021 Photo Contest General Jury and managing director of Metrography Agency. Discover the project: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photo/2021/41418/1/Antonio-Faccilongo -- The 2021 World Press Photo Contest category winners have been announced! Discover the stories that matter, chosen by an independent jury: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photocontest/2021
“The photojournalistic perspective of the photographer, along with the uniqueness of the story, have created a masterpiece. (...) It shows another side of the long contemporary conflict between Israel and Palestine.” - Ahmed Najm, member of the 2021 Photo Contest General Jury and managing director of Metrography Agency. The winners of the 2021 Photo Contest in the Long-Term Projects category have been announced. Congratulations to: - 1st Prize: ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Italy, Reportage by Getty Images. - 2nd Prize: ‘Reborn’ by Karolina Jonderko, Poland. - 3rd Prize: ‘Trapped in Greece’ by Angelos Tzortzinis, Greece, partially funded by the Magnum Foundation. Discover the stories that matter, chosen by an independent jury: worldpressphoto.org/collection/photocontest/2021
Meet the three nominees for the World Press Photo Story of the Year: ‘Those Who Stay Will Be Champions’ by Chris Donovan ‘Habibi’ by Antonio Faccilongo, Reportage by Getty Images ‘Paradise Lost’ by Valery Melnikov, Sputnik Watch the 2021 Photo Contest jury discuss why the nominated stories were chosen: worldpressphoto.org/news/2021/contests-nominees-announced -- See the full list of 2021 Contests nominees: worldpressphoto.org/contests/2021 The winners will be announced on 15 April.
A Rohingya girl cries, traumatised after days of walking, with little sleep, as thousands of people fleeing from Myanmar are stranded in the scorching hot sun on a muddy rice field waiting to be allowed into the camps by Bangladeshi Border guards in Anjuman Para. Anjuman Par (Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh), October 16, 2017 © Paula Bronstein | Reportage by Getty Images
DEHORNED FOR SAFETY An anti-poaching team member holds a horn that was removed from an animal for its own safety. Photo: Brent Stirton, Reportage by Getty Images
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Another good news from the Visa Pour l'Image-Perpignan festival: Antonio Faccilongo and his Habibi project, featured @ doc! vol. Q4 #39, among the 5 laureates of the Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography! Congratulations, Antonio! The other winners are: > Paula Bronstein | Reportage by Getty Images for Afghanistan’s War Wounded > Ale Cegarra | Native Agency for Living With Hugo Chavez’s Legacy > Barbara Peacock for American Bedroom > Alessandro Penso | MAPS for Immigration Crisis Congratulations to all winners!