Man in woods

Beyond the Wall

Beyond the Wall is a project born at the turn of the fortieth anniversary of the earthquakes that brought the northern Italian town Gemona del Friuli to its knees in 1976. In the aftermath of the tragedy, the rural community of Friuli has rediscovered itself in solidarity, revealing itself never as before cohesive, and Gemona

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6 or 7 people on a small inflatable boat

Balkan Route

The so-called Balkan Route exists for years, but 2015 was the moment when this name came to the international attention. It happened mostly because that year the Syrian Civil War, officially started in 2011, got worst and the same happened about the activities of the Islamic State in Middle East area. Thousands of people were

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Sky of the refugee camp filled with black smoke

The Jungle

In late October 2016 the Jungle of Calais, the hugest and most long-lived bidonville in Europe, was vacated and its huts destroyed with bulldozers. The living conditions for the 8.000 people who lived in the Jungle – refugees mainly coming from the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa – were unsustainable and the life there was

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People waiting for Pope behind the fence

Waiting for Francis

Observing huge mass phenomena has been always one of the most interesting activities for photographers, journalists, and professionals involved in communication. In 2015, because of the Holy Shroud Exhibition, approximately two million people reached Turin to observe the Linen that is supposed to be the one that covered Jesus’ body in the tomb. On June

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Two Islamic women in long black dresses


The future is constantly expanding and our dreams are struggling to grasp it. Whether it’s running away from the insecurity of war, seeking economic opportunity elsewhere, defending one’s home from the investments of multinational corporations, or the endemic flight from ourselves (escapism), questioning the meaning of home makes us reflect on our identity and the

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Economic Uprising

Ethiopia is an extraordinary Country and many primacies find a home there. Among them, many are negative ones: most of the construction sites are coming from abroad – primarily from China – according to the capitalist colonial tradition: nowadays Addis Abeba looks like a huge worksite. Railways, ring roads, dams, buildings, in general, are born

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Flyer for the demonstration

We Break the Silence

Hornbach, a German DIY chain, and Heimat, an advertising agency, have created a tricky promotional campaign with a strong racist imprint at the expense of Asian women. The reaction didn’t take long to happen and generated the indignation of a committee that in a short time managed to collect the signatures necessary to remove the

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Three silver balloons say H E Y


Be P(Art) project connects a network of associations involved in theatre, street circus, subjects with special needs, hospitality, and figurative arts. Scuotidentro is a community-based multimedia campaign for Circolo Arci Scuotivento (Monza, Italy). It told the stories of those who orbit around the laboratories, with the purpose of building a community whose individuals reflect their

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Shoe store show window

Three Decades of Results

Un Ponte Per, an Italian-based humanitarian organization, operates in the Middle East and the Balkans for almost three decades. Its mission is to tackle wars and facilitate intercultural and interethnic dialogue through civil society and democratic practices. Location: Topic: War, Human Rights, Education, Inclusion, Civil Society Output: Partners & Sponsorships: Un Ponte Per Video The

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