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From the exhibition La guerre de l'ivoire by Brent Stirton, exposed at 28e édition du Festival International du Photojournalisme Visa pour l'image, Perpignan 2016. Nzara, South Sudan, November 2014. Michael Oryem, a former Lord’s Resistance Army fighter, with two elephant tusks after he led authorities to their location in the Central African Republic. The LRA and other rebel groups have increasingly turned to ivory poaching as a source of funding. Foto: © Brent Stirton/Getty Images Reportage for National Geographic.


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Un momento della cerimonia di premiazione di Peter Bauza dell'agenzia Echo Photojournalism, con la consegna della targa del Visa d'Or Magazine 2016 da parte di Jean François Leroy. © FPmag. Peter Bauza from Echo Photojournalism agency, the moment during the award ceremony, accepting his award the Visa d'Or Magazine 2016. © FPmag.

The Visa d'Or Magazine goes to Peter Bauza Peter Bauza from the agency Echo Photojournalism won the Visa d'Or Magazine as part of Visa pour l'Image in 2016 with the project "Copacabana Palace | Brésil"

A pregnant woman who has managed to find one of the rare openings in the defense line is seen crossing the frontline at midnight. Doogrdkan (56 km south of Mosul), April 19, 2016. © Frédéric Lafargue for Paris Match. A pregnant woman who has managed to find one of the rare openings in the defense line is seen crossing the frontline at midnight. Doogrdkan (56 km south of Mosul), April 19, 2016. © Frédéric Lafargue for Paris Match.

Escape from ISIS What happens when a city is freed after two years of being occupied by the Isis? Frederic Lafargue tells us about it in his work on Sanjar, in North Western Iraq

© Marie Dorigny / MYOP for the European Parliament 2016 Hotspot, Moria, Lesbos, Greece. Refugees who reach Europe first register at the hotspot where they are sorted according to nationality. The waiting seems interminable as the formalities go on and on. © Marie Dorigny / MYOP for the European Parliament 2016.

Visa pour l'Image 2016: an overview The 28th edition of Visa pour l'Image is upon us. Here is a preview of the programme of the famous festival to be held in Perpignan from 27th August to 11th September 2016

On a one-day visit to the Exclusion Zone, tourists have a few minutes for snapshots in front of the sarcophagus encasing Reactor 4. «This is as close as you can get, hurry up,» says the tour guide who asks visitors to stay on the paved paths «as radiation is substantially higher on the grass».
Pripyat, Ukraine, 2013.
© Gerd Ludwig/National Geographic Creative/National Geographic Magazine.

Nuclear Tourists With the opening of the Exclusion Zone around Chernobyl, the Ukrainian government has implicitly started some sort of nuclear tourism
EXHIBITIONS «Y'a d'la joie!» Cabu was a friend of the singer Charles Trenet and loved his songs, including the joyful "Y'a d'la joie!". I asked him to repeat the pose from the 1974 photo for this one in 2014. By 2015 all joy was gone. © Arnaud Baumann/Signatures. Un projet de Signatures, maison des photographes. From Hara-Kiri to Charlie Origins, protagonists, anecdotes and extravagances of the magazine that has become a symbol. "Charlie Hebdo"’s story through Arnaud Baumann’s and Xavier Lambours’ images
EXHIBITIONS Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, June 24, 2014. Amalio Barrul Gimenez and his family have been evicted. Amalio Barrul Gimenez (41), his pregnant wife Isabel Morales Bachiller (35) and their three children live on a low income, selling goods on the street and receiving benefits. For 18 months they lived in an apartment owned by Bankia Bank; they tried to negotiate a low rent, but the bank insisted on them being evicted. © Andres Kudacki/AP. Spain’s Housing Crisis The Spanish economic crisis and the evictions in the pictures of the Argentinian photojournalist Andres Kudacki
EXHIBITIONS Homs, Syria, Saturday June 14, 2014. A family walking through the rubble on the way to their apartment abandoned two years earlier, to see whether it is habitable. © Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times. Assad's Syria The daily life in a country ravaged by war for over four years. The story of Sergey Ponomarev

Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea, April 2, 2011. A boat with more than 100 migrants from Tunisia waving at an Egyptian fishing boat to ask for directions to the Italian coast. © Giulio Piscitelli/Contrasto/Réa.

Fortress Europe Over four years of work on the routes of immigration to document a tragedy of our times and its management on the part of the governments
EXHIBITIONS March, 2015. Vicenzo has earache and a temperature, and Stacy had to take him from the child care center to see the doctor. They live in the Dahlia residence for mothers and children, in Hellemmes. © Viviane Dalles. Winner of the 2014 Canon Female Photojournalist Award, supported by Elle Magazine. Teenage Mothers The phenomenon of teenage mothers in Nord-Pas-des-Calais: the photographic inquiry of Viviane Dalles

Temporary courtroom, Minova town, Democratic Republic of Congo, February 2014. The woman here is going to testify, and is afraid, thinking of the night she was raped. The psychologist, Miracle Chibonga Zawadyi, is trying to bring her back to the present: «Do you know where you are? There is nothing to fear here... Look at the egg... Focus on the present. You are here now, and you are safe». © Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi, Winner of the Humanitarian Visa d’or award – International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) 2015.

The Minova Rape Trials The first trial in the Democratic Republic of Congo where soldiers of the FARDC were put on trial for the crime of rape
EVENTS Soldiers sheltering behind sandbags while waiting for their commander. Bambari, Central African Republic, French outpost, August 16, 2014. © Edouard Elias/Getty Images Reportage. Winner of the Ville de Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award 2015. VISA pour l'Image 2015 The 27th edition of Visa pour l'Image is upon us. Here is a preview of the programme of the famous festival to be held in Perpignan from 29th August to 13th September 2015


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