Hana, 18, is overwhelmed by the Arab spring of 2011 in which she wants to take part. Her political involvement shows the complexity of a changing Egyptian society.
Cordoba, Northern Colombia: a joyful land. Some call it paradise. Nevertheless, musicians, anglers, and countrymen underwent the guerilla’s stranglehold, then replaced by the militia.
In a building in Lausanne, the key to the collective launderette is not just a simple key. To maintain order and cleanliness, the landlord hires Claudina, a new "laundry woman”.
Job-seekers are lining
Cordoba, Northern Colombia: a joyful land. Some even call it Paradise.
The key to the communal laundry room in the building on the Rue de Genève 85 in Lausanne serves a much greater function than merely unlocking the door.
Welcome to Piatra Neamt, Romania. In a little office near the town hall, job-seekers are lining up in front of one single interlocutor.
On February 11th 2011, after 18 days of protests, Hosni Mubarak stepped down as president of Egypt and handed power to the army.