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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."

27.Ago.14

57º world press photo: (contemporany issues - stories) - 2º prémio

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 WAR AND MENTAL HEALTH AFTER CRISIS07 January 2011Juba, South SudanIn areas of crisis—in failed states, in refugee camps, in countries where the infrastructure has collapsed—the mentally ill are frequently condemned to neglect or lives of misery. Disregarded in parts of the world by government and the aid community, sometimes far from family support networks, the mentally ill can lead isolated (...)
25.Jun.14

57º world press photo: (contemporany issues - singles) - 2º prémio

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 NICOLETTE AT THE ORPHANAGE22 December 2013Warsaw, PolandNicolette sits in the corner of a room at an orphanage where she lives with her four brothers. A few months earlier, their mother Ania had been sentenced to time in jail, and the courts did not consider their father a suitable carer for the children. Ania had been out of work for five years, had fallen into debt, and faced a number of other (...)
23.Abr.14

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

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 A PORTRAIT OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE02 September 2012Millersport, Ohio, USAShane 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 (...)
19.Fev.14

2014, World Press Photo of the Year, Contemporary Issues , 1st prize singles

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  Signal26 February 2013African migrants on the shore of Djibouti city at night, raising their phones in an attempt to capture an inexpensive signal from neighboring Somalia—a tenuous link to relatives abroad. Djibouti is a common stop-off point for migrants in transit from such countries as Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea, seeking a better life in Europe and the Middle East. 
12.Fev.14

56º world press photo: HM prémio - contemporany issues - stories)

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School for Less Fortunate07 November 2012New Delhi, IndiaChildren of local laborers clean the area that serves as their classroom, at a free school under a metro rail bridge, in New Delhi, India. The school was founded by Rajesh Kumar Sharma (40), who was unable to complete his own college education, because of financial difficulties. Every day he takes two hours out to teach, while his brother (...)
29.Jan.14

56º world press photo: HM prémio - contemporany issues - single)

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Natalia07 August 2012Rio de Janeiro, BrazilNatalia Gonzales, a 15-year-old crack user, lives in the Manguinhos slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Once, blatant sale of crack at outdoor drug markets led to areas of Manguinhos and surrounding shantytowns being dubbed Crackland. But the drug seems to be disappearing from the streets.Certain drug bosses say they have stopped (...)
27.Nov.13

56º world press photo: (3º prémio - contemporany issues - stories)

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In the Shadow of Wounded Knee02 June 2012Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Oglala, South Dakota, USAOglala men carry a felled cottonwood tree to the center of a sun dance circle. Erected in the earth, the tree will become the focus of a four-day spiritual ceremony. The Oglala Lakota people of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota live near the site of the massacre of over 250 Lakota Sioux, at (...)
31.Jul.13

56º world press photo: (2º prémio - contemporany issues - stories)

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Life in War06 April 2010Herat, AfghanistanZahra (20) set fire to herself four years before this photo was taken. Forced marriage, domestic violence, poverty, and lack of access to education are said to be among leading reasons for self-immolation. Conservative laws and traditions in Afghanistan place women in a subordinate position. Some women find that setting themselves alight—as a form of (...)
12.Jun.13

56º world press photo: (2º prémio - contemporany issues - singles)

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Pool Hall Attack11 March 2012Choloma, HondurasBodies lie on the floor of a pool hall, after an attack by unidentified masked assailants, in Choloma, on the outskirts of San Pedro Sula, Honduras. A wave of violence has made Honduras one of the most dangerous places on Earth, with an annual rate of 86 murders per 100,000 inhabitants. San Pedro Sula, often cited as Honduras’ most violent city, has (...)
10.Abr.13

56º world press photo: (1º prémio - contemporany issues - stories)

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The Pink Choice28 June 2011Hanoi, VietnamBusinessman Hieu (58) takes a bath with Thang (62), a social worker. They have been partners for eight years. Vietnam has historically been unwelcoming to same-sex couples, but in 2012 the Vietnamese government announced it was considering recognizing same-sex marriage, a move that would make it the first Asian country to do so. Despite past human rights (...)