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Daniel Berehulak, from the reportage They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals, winner of the Master Award section of the Word.Report Award 2017 | Documenting Humanity. © Daniel BerehulakDaniel Berehulak, from the reportage They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals, winner of the Master Award section of the Word.Report Award 2017 | Documenting Humanity. © Daniel Berehulak.

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World.Report Award 2018

Expires May 3rd, 2018 the deadline to participate in the eighth edition of the World.Report Award | Documenting Humanity. Two new sections and € 17,000 in cash prizes more...
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Khatereh is 13. She was sexually abused by her uncle, so she decided to run away from home. One week later, a few youths attacked her in a park in Tehran to gang rape her. To save herself, she wounded her arm with a knife. The police officers found her unconscious on the ground. And after treatment, she was transferred to Juvenile Delinquents Correction Centre. She will be released in 2 months and return home. © Sadegh Souri. Mahsa is 17. She falls in love with a boy and intends to marry him, but her father is against the marriage. One day she has an argument with her father, and she and her mother decide to kill the father. Mahsa kills her father with a kitchen knife, and now her brothers are requesting death penalty or lex talionis for her and her mother. © Sadegh Souri

Waiting Girls The work of Sadegh Souri documents the female prison segregation in Iran. It is a high quality reportage that allowed him to win the Short Story Award 2016. This is what he told us during his visit to the Festival of Ethical Photography 2016
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Chappaqua, New York. March 2013.
Howie and Laurel Borowick embrace in the bedroom of their home.
In their thirty-four year marriage, they never could have imagined
being diagnosed with stage-4 cancer at the same time. © Nancy Borowick. Chappaqua, New York. March 2013. Howie and Laurel Borowick embrace in the bedroom of their home. In their thirty-four year marriage, they never could have imagined being diagnosed with stage-4 cancer at the same time. © Nancy Borowick.

A Life in Death It is a private story that told by Nancy Borowick. A touching story that runs through territories of the memory revealing the precious outcome. Here is what she told us at the opening of her exhibition
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To enter priesthood in the Orthodox religion it is necessary to become monk first or to get married. Vladimir marries Vittoria; both have attended the community years before. From the serie Isle of Salvation by Francesco Comello, winner of World.Report Award 2016, categoria Spot Light Award. © Francesco Comello. To enter priesthood in the Orthodox religion it is necessary to become monk first or to get married. Vladimir marries Vittoria; both have attended the community years before. From the serie Isle of Salvation by Francesco Comello, winner of World.Report Award 2016, categoria Spot Light Award. © Francesco Comello.

Snapshots of a utopia The work "Isle of Salvation" by Francesco Comello won the Spot Light Award part of the World.Report Award 2016. The words of the author and some critical notes on the work exhibited on the occasion of the Festival of Ethical Photography at Palazzo Barni in Lodi
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During a guided tour of the Thematic Area The lives of the others, realised with the support of Fujifilm Italia on the occasion of the Festival of Ethical Photography 2016. © FPmag. During a guided tour of the Thematic Area The lives of the others, realised with the support of Fujifilm Italia on the occasion of the Festival of Ethical Photography 2016. © FPmag.

Fujifilm Italia and the culture of the image For the third consecutive year, Fujifilm Italia supports the Thematic Area within the Festival of Ethical Photography, but this year also proposed a series of initiatives and very interesting meetings
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© Aaron HueyOglala youths hold an upside-down flag, an international symbol of distress and an act of defiance toward the U.S. government, at a rally to commemorate a 1975 shoot-out between American Indian Movement (AIM) activists and FBI agents. Two agents and one AIM member died; AIM’s Leonard Peltier was jailed for life. © Aaron Huey

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FFE2016 – © Sadegh SouriMahsa is 17. She falls in love with a boy and intends to marry him, but her father is against the marriage. One day she has an argument with her father, and she and her mother decide to kill the father. Mash kills her father with a kitchen knife, and now her brothers are requesting death penalty or lex talionis for her and her mother. © Sadegh Souri.

World.Report Award 2016: the winners Coming soon...
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Master Award 2016. India – Women Empowerment. © Ivan Sarfatti. Master Award 2016. India – Women Empowerment. © Ivan Sarfatti.

World.Report Award 2016: finalists Coming soon...
EXHIBITIONS Following the announcement that a St. Louis County grand jury has decided to not indict Darren Wilson, a white Ferguson police officer, with the killing of Michael Brown, an unarmed eighteen-year-old African-American teenager, rioters set fire to numerous businesses throughout the city of Ferguson, Missouri. Ferguson, Missouri, United States. Tuesday, November 25, 2014. © Philip Montgomery. On the verge of the abyss Philipp Montgomery’s exhibition "Flash Points" documents the recent happenings in Baltimora, Ferguson and Newark, and subtly describes how in America some of the old racial issues are not solved at all
EXHIBITIONS A young girl is pictured after get wounded during clashing after the funeral of Berkin Elvan, the 15-year-old boy who died from injuries suffered during last year’s anti-government protests. Istanbul, March, 12th 2014. © AFP/Bülent Kiliç. An issue (not) only Turkish The most important and dramatic events that took place in Turkey in recent years in images taken by Turkish photojournalist Bülent Kiliç
EXHIBITIONS Lucas Techeira is three years old and he was born with ichthyosis, a skin disorder that causes the skin to be dry and cracked. He is locally known as “the crystal boy”. His father Arnoldo left his job at the tobacco fields when his son was born. 32-year-old Rosana Gaspar, Lucas’s mother, says that she always manipulated glyphosate at home to use in her vegetable garden. Alicia Baja - Colonia Aurora, Province of Misiones, December, 7th 2014. © Pablo E. Piovano. The dark side of agribusiness The tragic effects of the indiscriminate use of herbicides on the Argentine GM cultivation. The work by Pablo Ernesto Piovano
EXHIBITIONS Hector Garcia Jr. rests after walking laps for the first time at the Palo Alto College Aquatic Center pool. Barely able to move without the aid of a walker because of his damaged knees, Garcia could walk in the water with less pain and began an e xercise routine based on walking laps in the pool. «I was just a chubby kid. I wasn’t like humungous or anything. I was just a chubby kid, but I learned that kids were not going to pick me for their team because I was chubby. I was not going to get invited to hang out because I was chubby. So from a really young age I felt left out and I didn’t realize back then what it was doing, that really didn’t manifest itself until I was an adult». May 2011. © Lisa Krantz/San Antonio Express-News. Obesity Blackmail Lisa Krantz’s work shows the tenacious struggle of a man against obesity. A losing battle that would act as a warning to those who are facing the same problem. And not only
EXHIBITIONS A sugar cane worker poses for a photograph on the Ingenio San Antonio plantation, in Chichigalpa. Nicaragua on May 2nd, 2014. © Ed Kashi/VII. The price of fatigue A project by photojournalist Ed Kashi dedicated to an obscure disease that is claiming victims among growers of sugar cane in Central America
EXHIBITIONS Delsio Barbosa's gravesite on St. Elena Ranch where he was shot and killed instantly while fishing along the border of the farm and the indigenous reservation Teykue. The rancher claims the boy was trespassing and since the incident has been living freely in a nearby city without judicial recourse. Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, March, 2013. © Nadia Shira Cohen 2015. Terra Vermelha A work by Nadia Shira Cohen and Paulo Siqueira which sees, on two opposing sides, the interests of the wealthy Brazilian breeders and the rights, denied, to the indigenous population of the Guaraní
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Master Award, From There to Here. Immigration in the time of Fortress Europe by Giulio Piscitelli. Sahara desert, Libya, Border with Egypt, May 18th, 2014. Refugees crossing the desert and found in the desert by a local militia after 3 days of trip without water. In the area there aren’t no NGO’s or humanitarian groups that could help the refugees that almost everyday arrive from the desert, often injured or precarious health conditions. The militia found 3 vehicles with 85 refugees coming from Sudan and directed to Libya, stuck in the desert because of problems with the tires. In the picture the refugees run on the sand to reach one of the van that has restarted the trip after the repair of the tires and engine. The Sahara Desert, unites the sub-Saharan Africa, with the Maghreb countries. It is crossed by immigrants, mostly from East Africa and in particular political refugees, mostly from the Horn of Africa. The crossing of the Sahara is done with trucks, entrusted to criminal organizations involved in human trafficking. During the journey the passengers suffer the violence, by different kinds of militias much present in those territories (Libya, Chad, Sudan), and sometimes by the same smugglers who organize the trips. Over the past decade, at least 1,594 people have lost their lives crossing the Sahara, according to estimates of the site Fortress Europe. © Giulio Piscitelli/Contrasto.

WRA Master Award: the winner is Giulio Piscitelli Here are the winners of the fifth edition of the World.Report Award | Documenting Humanity
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World.Report Award - Premio Italiano di Fotogiornalismo 2014, Master Award category: Life in War by Majid Saeedi.
Buzkashi Square, Mazar Sharif City, Nord dell’Afghanistan. © Majid Saeedi.
World.Report Award - Premio Italiano di Fotogiornalismo 2014
categoria Master Award: Life in War di Majid Saeedi

Le motivazioni della giuria

«La giuria riconosce all’autore la capacità di aver realizzato un affresco della società afgana nelle sue molteplici sfumature, raccontando la quotidianità di un paese che è riuscito a mantenere viva la propria cultura e un barlume di normalità nonostante un conflitto devastante. I 10 anni di guerra sono raccontati con una profondità di visione e una capacità di empatia che riescono a presentare la complessa realtà afgana nella sua contraddittorietà, che oscilla da una profonda disperazione a un’altrettanto profonda bellezza. Il lavoro supera quindi lo sviluppo classico del racconto reportagistico e diventa la storia per immagini di un’intera civiltà».

WRA: Fifth Edition Expires May 18th, 2015 the deadline to participate in the fifth edition of the World.Report Award




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