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"à espera de godot"

"... é uma coisa que não é, mas faz de conta que é para ver como seria se fosse."

"à espera de godot"

"... é uma coisa que não é, mas faz de conta que é para ver como seria se fosse."


57º world press photo: (daily life - stories) - 1º prémio



10 August 2013

Date Found: 1 February 2013.
Time: 15:00.
Location: outskirts of Apopa, San Salvador.
Gender: male.
Age: between 15 and 17 years old.
Time of disappearance: approximately one year previously.


El Salvador has one of the highest homicide rates in the world, much of it gang related. In many cases, the only way of identifying murder victims is by clothes they were buried in.


Fred Ramos
El Salvador
Fred Ramos, born in 1986, lives and works in El Salvador. He studied graphic design, but began practicing photography in 2005. Currently, Fred is a staff photographer for El Faro.

foto da semana 17/2014: Rana Plaza collapse anniversary


"A Bangladeshi woman and relative of a victim of the Rana Plaza garment-factory collapse takes part in a protest Thursday on the anniversary of the disaster where the building once stood on the outskirts of Dhaka. Western fashion brands face pressure to increase help for victims as mass protests marked the anniversary of the collapse, which killed more than 1,100 people."


Munir Uz Zaman


(Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)


57º world press photo: (contemporany issues - stories) - 1º prémio



02 September 2012

Millersport, Ohio, USA

Shane carries Memphis, his partner Maggie’s toddler daughter. Shane had Maggie’s name tattooed on his neck one month into their courtship.


Domestic violence is frequently seen as a private crime, hidden from view, often excused or obscured from outsiders even by its victims. Maggie (19) lives in central Ohio, with her children Kayden (4) and Memphis (2). Her partner of some months, Shane (31), has had struggles with addiction, and has spent much of his life in prison. One night a violent argument broke out between them after they had returned home from a bar. Shane told Maggie she could choose between being beaten in the kitchen, where a friend was sitting, or going to the basement where they could talk privately. Maggie refused to be alone with him, and his rage grew more intense. Shane was arrested after a resident in the house called the police. He later pleaded guilty to a domestic violence felony and was given a nine-month sentence.



    Sara Lewkowicz
    Sara Lewkowicz is a New York photojournalist pursuing a master's degree in visual communication from Ohio University in Athens. She received her bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


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