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“Being a Rohingya” photography project. The Rohingya community has been depicted as “among the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the violence against Rohingya a “slow genocide.” Despite deep concerns expressed recently by The Dalai Lama, President Barack Obama, the U.S. State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the recent country transition towards a more democratic government, the situation will not improve anytime soon. The Rohingya people have been my main motivation for a trip to Myanmar last April 2016. These pictures are rare. Few photographers accessed this area classified Red Zone. The Rakhine state has few visitors and limited touristic infrastructure. Check points installed around this community remind that the conflict is recent and the fear of new riots still subsists. During my trip I entered without official approval 3 Rohingya villages around Sittwe and Mrauk U. It enabled me to approach and engage with this hidden population ruled by terror. The purpose of these pictures is to increase the awareness and illustrate the humanitarian crisis of a country waiting for Rohingyas to disappear. Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Burma Children Documentary Fear Genocide Human Condition Human Right Human Rights Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppression Photojournalism Population Poverty Red Zone  Rohingya Stateless Terror The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Unauthorized Village Life
Help Me Find A Home Again Human Rights Mainecoast Mainephotographer Mainethewaylifeshouldbe Nature Nikonphotography No People Outdoors Risking My Life For A Safer World Scenic View Sigma Sky Surviving Corruption Whistleblower
Delivering rice, clothing and medical supplies to a remote village on the Thai/Myanmar border. Thailand Non Profit Human Rights Adventure
The Rohingya, an ethnic Muslim group in majority Buddhist Myanmar, are often said to be the world's most persecuted minority. They consist of one million of the total 50 million population. In Rakhine about 140,000 Rohingya live in ghetto-like camps that they are not allowed to leave without government permission. They are denied citizenship and cannot vote or identify themselves as Rohingya. Their rights to work, marry, practise their religion and access to health and education are restricted. The UN human rights office has reported on gross violations against the Rohingya. Attacks Camps Children Documentary Fear Human Rights Livelihood Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppressed Oppression People Photojournalism Poverty Rakhine State Reportage Reportagephotography Rohingya Sittwe Stateless Terror Violations
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“Being a Rohingya” photography project. The Rohingya community has been depicted as “among the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the violence against Rohingya a “slow genocide.” Despite deep concerns expressed recently by The Dalai Lama, President Barack Obama, the U.S. State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the recent country transition towards a more democratic government, the situation will not improve anytime soon. The Rohingya people have been my main motivation for a trip to Myanmar last April 2016. These pictures are rare. Few photographers accessed this area classified Red Zone. The Rakhine state has few visitors and limited touristic infrastructure. Check points installed around this community remind that the conflict is recent and the fear of new riots still subsists. During my trip I entered without official approval 3 Rohingya villages around Sittwe and Mrauk U. It enabled me to approach and engage with this hidden population ruled by terror. The purpose of these pictures is to increase the awareness and illustrate the humanitarian crisis of a country waiting for Rohingyas to disappear. Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Burma Children Documentary Fear Genocide Human Condition Human Right Human Rights Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppression Photojournalism Population Poverty Red Zone  Rohingya Stateless Terror The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Unauthorized Village Life
“Being a Rohingya” photography project. The Rohingya community has been depicted as “among the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the violence against Rohingya a “slow genocide.” Despite deep concerns expressed recently by The Dalai Lama, President Barack Obama, the U.S. State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the recent country transition towards a more democratic government, the situation will not improve anytime soon. The Rohingya people have been my main motivation for a trip to Myanmar last April 2016. These pictures are rare. Few photographers accessed this area classified Red Zone. The Rakhine state has few visitors and limited touristic infrastructure. Check points installed around this community remind that the conflict is recent and the fear of new riots still subsists. During my trip I entered without official approval 3 Rohingya villages around Sittwe and Mrauk U. It enabled me to approach and engage with this hidden population ruled by terror. The purpose of these pictures is to increase the awareness and illustrate the humanitarian crisis of a country waiting for Rohingyas to disappear. Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Burma Children Documentary Fear Genocide Human Condition Human Right Human Rights Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppression Photojournalism Population Poverty Red Zone  Rohingya Stateless Terror The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Unauthorized Village Life
Help Me Find A Home Again Human Rights Mainecoast Mainephotographer Mainethewaylifeshouldbe Nature Nikonphotography No People Outdoors Risking My Life For A Safer World Scenic View Sigma Sky Surviving Corruption Whistleblower
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“Being a Rohingya” photography project. The Rohingya community has been depicted as “among the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the violence against Rohingya a “slow genocide.” Despite deep concerns expressed recently by The Dalai Lama, President Barack Obama, the U.S. State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the recent country transition towards a more democratic government, the situation will not improve anytime soon. The Rohingya people have been my main motivation for a trip to Myanmar last April 2016. These pictures are rare. Few photographers accessed this area classified Red Zone. The Rakhine state has few visitors and limited touristic infrastructure. Check points installed around this community remind that the conflict is recent and the fear of new riots still subsists. During my trip I entered without official approval 3 Rohingya villages around Sittwe and Mrauk U. It enabled me to approach and engage with this hidden population ruled by terror. The purpose of these pictures is to increase the awareness and illustrate the humanitarian crisis of a country waiting for Rohingyas to disappear. Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Burma Children Documentary Fear Genocide Human Condition Human Right Human Rights Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppression Photojournalism Population Poverty Red Zone  Rohingya Stateless Terror The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Unauthorized Village Life
The Rohingya, an ethnic Muslim group in majority Buddhist Myanmar, are often said to be the world's most persecuted minority. They consist of one million of the total 50 million population. In Rakhine about 140,000 Rohingya live in ghetto-like camps that they are not allowed to leave without government permission. They are denied citizenship and cannot vote or identify themselves as Rohingya. Their rights to work, marry, practise their religion and access to health and education are restricted. The UN human rights office has reported on gross violations against the Rohingya. Attacks Camps Children Documentary Fear Human Rights Livelihood Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppressed Oppression People Photojournalism Poverty Rakhine State Reportage Reportagephotography Rohingya Sittwe Stateless Terror Violations
The Rohingya, an ethnic Muslim group in majority Buddhist Myanmar, are often said to be the world's most persecuted minority. They consist of one million of the total 50 million population. In Rakhine about 140,000 Rohingya live in ghetto-like camps that they are not allowed to leave without government permission. They are denied citizenship and cannot vote or identify themselves as Rohingya. Their rights to work, marry, practise their religion and access to health and education are restricted. The UN human rights office has reported on gross violations against the Rohingya. Attacks Camps Children Documentary Fear Human Rights Livelihood Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppressed Oppression People Photojournalism Poverty Rakhine State Reportage Reportagephotography Rohingya Sittwe Stateless Terror Violations
“Being a Rohingya” photography project. The Rohingya community has been depicted as “among the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the violence against Rohingya a “slow genocide.” Despite deep concerns expressed recently by The Dalai Lama, President Barack Obama, the U.S. State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the recent country transition towards a more democratic government, the situation will not improve anytime soon. The Rohingya people have been my main motivation for a trip to Myanmar last April 2016. These pictures are rare. Few photographers accessed this area classified Red Zone. The Rakhine state has few visitors and limited touristic infrastructure. Check points installed around this community remind that the conflict is recent and the fear of new riots still subsists. During my trip I entered without official approval 3 Rohingya villages around Sittwe and Mrauk U. It enabled me to approach and engage with this hidden population ruled by terror. The purpose of these pictures is to increase the awareness and illustrate the humanitarian crisis of a country waiting for Rohingyas to disappear. Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Burma Children Documentary Fear Genocide Human Condition Human Right Human Rights Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppression Photojournalism Population Poverty Red Zone  Rohingya Stateless Terror The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Unauthorized Village Life
The Rohingya, an ethnic Muslim group in majority Buddhist Myanmar, are often said to be the world's most persecuted minority. They consist of one million of the total 50 million population. In Rakhine about 140,000 Rohingya live in ghetto-like camps that they are not allowed to leave without government permission. They are denied citizenship and cannot vote or identify themselves as Rohingya. Their rights to work, marry, practise their religion and access to health and education are restricted. The UN human rights office has reported on gross violations against the Rohingya. Attacks Camps Children Documentary Fear Human Rights Livelihood Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppressed Oppression People Photojournalism Poverty Rakhine State Reportage Reportagephotography Rohingya Sittwe Stateless Terror Violations
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Venesualan protest. Trafalgar Square. London. 10-06-2017 Human Rights London News London News News Olympus Photojournalism Protest Steve Merrick Stevesevilempire Venezuelan Protest. Zuiko
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Human Rights installation on Mysia Street. Vitkac dept store in the background. Human Rights Vitkac
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The Rohingya, an ethnic Muslim group in majority Buddhist Myanmar, are often said to be the world's most persecuted minority. They consist of one million of the total 50 million population. In Rakhine about 140,000 Rohingya live in ghetto-like camps that they are not allowed to leave without government permission. They are denied citizenship and cannot vote or identify themselves as Rohingya. Their rights to work, marry, practise their religion and access to health and education are restricted. The UN human rights office has reported on gross violations against the Rohingya. Attacks Camps Children Documentary Fear Human Rights Livelihood Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppressed Oppression People Photojournalism Poverty Rakhine State Reportage Reportagephotography Rohingya Sittwe Stateless Terror Violations
Sharing love, energy and a strong message.Thubten Wangchen director of Fundació Casa del Tibet de Barcelona. Adult Barcelona Buddhism City Day Flag Fundació Casa Del Tibet Happiness Human Rights Human Rights Movement Lifestyles Marathon Maraton Marató Barcelona 2017 Marató De Barcelona Monk  Outdoors People Portrait Of A City Running Sport Street Tibet Tibetan  Tibetan Buddhism Resist
“Being a Rohingya” photography project. The Rohingya community has been depicted as “among the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the violence against Rohingya a “slow genocide.” Despite deep concerns expressed recently by The Dalai Lama, President Barack Obama, the U.S. State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the recent country transition towards a more democratic government, the situation will not improve anytime soon. The Rohingya people have been my main motivation for a trip to Myanmar last April 2016. These pictures are rare. Few photographers accessed this area classified Red Zone. The Rakhine state has few visitors and limited touristic infrastructure. Check points installed around this community remind that the conflict is recent and the fear of new riots still subsists. During my trip I entered without official approval 3 Rohingya villages around Sittwe and Mrauk U. It enabled me to approach and engage with this hidden population ruled by terror. The purpose of these pictures is to increase the awareness and illustrate the humanitarian crisis of a country waiting for Rohingyas to disappear. Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Burma Children Documentary Fear Genocide Human Condition Human Right Human Rights Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppression Photojournalism Population Poverty Red Zone  Rohingya Stateless Terror The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Unauthorized Village Life
“Being a Rohingya” photography project. The Rohingya community has been depicted as “among the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the violence against Rohingya a “slow genocide.” Despite deep concerns expressed recently by The Dalai Lama, President Barack Obama, the U.S. State Department and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the recent country transition towards a more democratic government, the situation will not improve anytime soon. The Rohingya people have been my main motivation for a trip to Myanmar last April 2016. These pictures are rare. Few photographers accessed this area classified Red Zone. The Rakhine state has few visitors and limited touristic infrastructure. Check points installed around this community remind that the conflict is recent and the fear of new riots still subsists. During my trip I entered without official approval 3 Rohingya villages around Sittwe and Mrauk U. It enabled me to approach and engage with this hidden population ruled by terror. The purpose of these pictures is to increase the awareness and illustrate the humanitarian crisis of a country waiting for Rohingyas to disappear. Black & White Black And White Blackandwhite Burma Children Documentary Fear Genocide Human Condition Human Right Human Rights Minority Muslim Myanmar Oppression Photojournalism Population Poverty Red Zone  Rohingya Stateless Terror The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Unauthorized Village Life
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What We Revolt Against An Aboriginal man plays the Didgeridoo outside Flinders Street Station in Melbourne on March 19th during a huge protest against Colin Barnett's forced closures of First Nations Communities in Western Australia. <a href="http://www.amnesty.org.au/indigenous-rights/comments/35560/" rel="nofollow">www.amnesty.org.au/indigenous-rights/comments/35560/</a> <a href="http://www.smh.com.au/…/kennedy-hill-a-long-slow-road-20150…" rel="nofollow">www.smh.com.au/…/kennedy-hill-a-long-slow-road-20150…</a> <a href="https://www.facebook.com/events/431020920389568/" rel="nofollow">www.facebook.com/events/431020920389568/</a> Melbourne 2015 Protest Aboriginal Indigenousrights Australia Melbourne Didgeridoo Streetphotography Nikon Human Rights EyeEmMelbourne EyeEm Melbourne The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Paint The Town Yellow
Vladimir Luxuria speaks in a LGBT HUMAN RIGHTS demonstration against Putin that was present in Trieste Arcigay Arcilesbica Demonstration Against Putin Human Rights LGBT Rights Outdoors Rainbow Flag S.o.s. Russia Streetphotography Trieste Triesteraccontatrieste Triestestreetlife Vladimir Luxuria City Life
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Help Me Find A Home Again Human Rights Mainecoast Mainephotographer Mainethewaylifeshouldbe Nature Nikonphotography No People Outdoors Risking My Life For A Safer World Scenic View Sigma Sky Surviving Corruption Whistleblower
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O Porrajmos - The Devouring, is the term used by Romany Gypsies for the Holocaust. This artwork is based upon the 250,000 chavitos (Romany children) tortured by the Nazi regime, specifically through the Monarch Project. Where Nazis where attempting to discover the "magic" in our DNA. Bloody Nazis had one thing right - there is no such thing as magic. The truth is that we ARE magic. It's in us. In you. You don't have to torture us to steal it. Just look within. As the Templars discovered through their travels - Est Deus In Nobis. There is a god within us. Holocaust Human Rights Social Ethics Opre Roma Getting Back Up Overcoming Adversity Genocide
Peaceful and unity rally at Malaysia to support clean elections! BErsih 4.0 Bersih4 Shades Of Grey Rally United Unity Community Human Rights Freedom Protecting Where We Play What We Revolt Against B&w Street Photography How Do We Build The World? Here Belongs To Me Photography In Motion
UFF deaths in prison and police custody protest. London.28/10/2017 Politics And Government Human Rights Abuse Human Rights Movement Protest Prison Stevesevilempire Photojournalism Human Rights Protesters Imprisonment London News Zuiko Prisoner Rights Political Prisoners Steve Merrick Uff
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