Photojournalist Livio Senigalliesi tells his story, from the Yugoslav Wars to the Balkan Route. And through two videos, one created with journalist Raffaele Masto.
#NotInMyName. Muslims from all over the world speak out against the Islamic State
Following the Paris attacks, Muslims from all over the world have decided to launch the hashtag #NotInMyName. Here’s why.
Just a few hours after the attacks across Paris, which have become France’s deadliest, Muslims from all over the world have decided to relaunch the hashtag #NotInMyName (already used after the Charlie Hebdo shooting) in order to speak out against Isis by saying it doesn’t represent them. Fanatics, fundamentalists, terrorists, and the Islamic State are wrongfully using Islam to carry out and claim responsibility of the terrorist attacks. This photo gallery shows only some of the pictures claiming one, clear message: “Not in my name”.
The humanitarian NGO Emergency has posted on Facebook the following words: “Rights, democracy, and freedom are the only means able to stop violence and terror. The alternative is the barbarity we are facing, to which we cannot surrender”.
The Louise Michel is the humanitarian rescue ship saving lives in the Mediterranean. Financed by the artist Banksy, it has found a safe port in Sicily.
We must listen to witnesses on the ground who are seeing abuse, duplicity, and the dereliction of duty firsthand. Our lives depend on their voices being heard. The op-ed by Sean Thomas, International Director of Investigations at Animal Equality.
Costa Rica celebrated its first same-sex marriage when two women, Alexandra Quiros and Dunia Araya, celebrated their wedding: an “extraordinary moment”.
Will Tokyo 2020 be the revival Games? Much uncertainty remains but preparations haven’t stopped as Japan remains committed to hosting the Olympics.
Homecast is a podcast series recorded in quarantine in which creatives from around the world share their lived experiences of these unique circumstances. Creator Giacomo De Poli tells us why this collective diary was needed now more than ever.
As London and the rest of the UK are in lockdown opportunities for long-lasting change have emerged out of of the crisis: solutions relating to the environment, work and healthcare that can be applied elsewhere too.
A historic win for the Ashaninka of Brazil as they receive compensation for deforestation on their land
On top of a 2.4 million dollar compensation, the indigenous Ashaninka people will receive an official apology from the companies who deforested their lands in the 1980s.
From Italy to the United States, workers in the logistics and delivery sectors are protesting to demand better sanitary conditions to protect themselves from Covid-19.