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By Jon Levy | Photojournalism since 1998

#OccupyHongKong by Aksel Coruh on Foto8

#OccupyHongKong documents the Occupy Central demonstrations during the October National Holiday of 2014. Shot at the protest sites of Mong Kok in …

Hong Kong

Through Me - Iñaki and Asperger by Andrea Lamount

Iñaki is a highly gifted 10-year-old with Asperger Syndrome (ASD) who lives in Badalona. For two years he invited me into his life to see deep into …

Women of the Peshmerga by Maryam Ashrafi

Kurdish women fighters have a proud history having fought against many regimes that sought to oppress them: in Iran; Saddam Hussein’s Iraq; Turkey …

Maidan, Ukraine: Chapter 2, what remains by Petr Toman

“Dom profsouzov”. Maidan’s memento mori. The exact number of casualties from the fire is still unknown.

On Feb 20, Vasil Galamay was hit in the hop by …

Forcella, Naples, by Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentini Piccinni

Forcella is stabbed into the deepest guts of Napoli. It’s the oldest and smallest neighborhood in Naples. Forcella is known as the home to the most …

Calais, Port of Hope and Despair by Salvador Banyo

Landfall in the UK, The White Cliffs of Dover loom large in the minds of those in Calais waiting to make the crossing.

For the last 20 years the …

I will walk along the Huveaune – Chris Garvi

It should have been the Mississippi. But the Huveaune was more reasonable.

A few years ago I bought a book by Alec Soth entitled “Sleeping by the …

Ukraine by Nicola Bertasi and Anaïs Poirot-Gorse

U Okraina literally means “On the border”. A frontier territory which for hundreds of years has been a bridge between Europe and Russia. Former home …

Syrian Refugees in Istanbul by Turjoy Chowdhury

Since the start of the Syrian conflict in March 2011, an increasing number of refugees from Syria have sought asylum in Turkey. An escalation in …

Dealing With the Dead – the Troajan by Nat Wilkins

Ancient traditions die-hard in the highlands of Tana Toraja, a regency of the South Sulawesi Province of Indonesia. Devoutly Christian, the Troajan …

Syria: Refugees and Rebels by Russell Chapman

I went to Syria in the spring of 2013 as well as refugee camps in Lebanon and Jordan. Since then, the violence has become even worse. Below is an …

The Syriacs of Tirbespiyeh by Yann Renoult

The church in Tirbespiyeh, Syria, june 2014

For the past year the local administration has allowed Syriac to be taught in school. The church organised …

Mosconi, an Indomitable Village by Los Ojos de Anita

A company that closes and the lives of its workers that stop. A crumbling world and an uncertain future looming, hoping, often in vain, for a …

Coal miners of the Jiu Valley, Romania by Gabriel Amza

Idle people sit and look out the window looking for excitement in Lonea, Romania.

Miners wait to get on the elevator heading to the underground at the …

Post-Revolution Tunisia by Tom Szustek

Couple in Sidi Bou Said

The dramatic and deep changes which rolled through Tunisia after the 2011 revolution overturned the political, social and …

Fieldwork Italy, the Basilicata by Alessandro Penso

In Italy, according to the Caritas organisation, there are more than 4.5 million agricultural workers of which some 700,000 are irregular migrants. …

The Wall of Europe by Sergi Cámara

The border that separates Europe from Africa – welfare from despair – between Morocco and Melilla Spain, is 12 kilometers long, seven meters high, …

The Roma of Greece by Rapakousis Dimitris

Photography is my way to be exposed to “the other”. Unconditionally. It is a means to put off my guard and let go of the defenses that I have been …

Suhrawardi Uddyan, Bangladesh by Kazi Riasat Alve

Suhrawardi Uddyan park is home to a great number of displaced and homeless people in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

“This park is providing me shelter and …

Snowed-In: Frozen Nomads of the French Alps by Laure Maugeais

For some it is the intended experience of having an adventure. For others perhaps it is their Plan B, or C or D, after all the alternatives have …

Femen - The Naked War by Leo Novel

Sextremists, as the topless protest group Femen call themselves, gained considerable media coverage after initially being founded in 2008 in the …

Getaway and The Light Above, by George Charisis

Soon after the financial crisis started in 2009 many Greeks, especially the young people, decided to do what they could to get away from the root of …

Forcados, the Portuguese Bullfighters by Eduardo Leal

Dressing for the bullfight: Forcados from the group of Évora gets help to put a 5 meters red waistband that protect their internal organs from the …

Havana, a Slice of the Fifties by Graciela Magnoni

Young men working in a taxi terminal. Drivers come to rent car as taxis. Habana Vieja, Nobember, 2013

1950s car. The old cars in Havana contribute to …

The Spanish Crisis by Joupin Ghamsari

Manolo, leader of the Stop Desahucios (stop eviction) group in the Spanish city of Valencia, gives advice to locals who have all received eviction …

Abkhazia Turns Twenty by Guillaume Poli and Frederic Delorca

A land of palm-trees and eucalyptus, this strip of earth sandwiched in between the Black Sea and the Caucasus mountains was incorporated into Georgia …

Just Another Sunny Day in Damascus by Sergey Ponomarev

For the past three years the residents of Damascus have become used to living in close proximity to the war. The sounds of explosions and artillery …

REM Days, Cuba, by Sergio Leyva Seiglie

Fifty-two years after Cuba last came under attack, its government maintains a policy called All People’s War. Inspired by Cold War policies, All …

Guardians of the Stones: The Tatars of Crimea by Alban Kakulya

Crimea is an in-between world, a peninsula still tied by a thread to Ukraine yet on the verge of drifting away at any moment. In its attempt to sail …