Presentation of Photojournalism Behind the Scenes, an auto-critical photo essay showing the paradoxes of conflict-image production and considering the role of the photographer in the events.
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Presentazione di "Dietro le quinte del fotogiornalismo", un essay fotografico di autocritica che mostra i paradossi della produzione di immagini di conflitto e considera il ruolo del fotografo negli eventi.
I spent my first week in Singapore on a job trailing around 20 chefs from around the world invited to Singapore as part of the Singapore International Culinary Exchange (SPICE). Long days, but in the process I visited some of the best places in Singapore in which to eat and buy food, and I was privy to cooking demonstrations by some of the country's top chefs, as well as witnessing the talents of the invited chefs in the cooking challenges that book-ended the tour. Thanks to everyone involved for a quite remarkable introduction to my life in Singapore. Here are a few of my favourite shots from the week.
Labor unions were born in violence a century ago and are once again the subject of acrimonious debate. At stake is a worker's right to bargain collectively and the very existence of an American middle class.
This trailer is a first step in the exploration of why unions, seemingly needed as much as ever, have little relevance for today's workers.
"Unclean" cooking is causing a global health crisis with huge environmental consequences. The World Health Organization (WHO) has already called exposure to smoke produced by burning biomass fuels "a leading environmental risk factor for death and disability in the world." Pulitzer grantees Ingrid Gercama and Nathalie Bertrams traveled to Malawi to report on the perils of cooking smoke for The Guardian, Süddeutsche Zeitung, New Internationalist, Mo* and VersPers.