Occupation: girl
Occupation: girl
Being a girl in Ethiopia is a full-time job: carting water, cooking, cleaning, collecting firewood and looking after younger siblings. As a result, many girls are not able to play or to enjoy their childhood, and see their education, self-worth [...]Read the full article
China's underground churches
China’s underground churches
Experts estimate that China could become the biggest Christian country in the world over the next few years. However, most practitioners reject the country’s state-sanctioned churches, which they accuse of serving the Communist Party of China’s [...]Read the full article
Sowing the seeds of shepherding
Sowing the seeds of shepherding
Since 2009, the Shepherding School of Catalonia has been offering training in the practice of shepherding. With close to 80 per cent of its alumni turning to livestock farming after completing the course, the educational institution is playing a [...]Read the full article
God, honour and fatherland
God, honour and fatherland
Patriotism is currently being reasserted as the highest value in Poland. The government is, moreover, coupling national identity with religion, and Christian values dominate the Army. The discourse that has been present in military circles for [...]Read the full article
The Matagi, winter hunters
The Matagi, winter hunters
For the Matagi, the Japanese black bear and the mountains are sacred. Their immense knowledge of the environment makes them fundamental to the conservation of local ecosystems. Although it may seem contradictory, they argue that they play a [...]Read the full article
The last FARC camps
The last FARC camps
Photo reporter and journalist Aitor Sáez goes deep into the Colombian jungle to learn about the hopes and fears of the FARC foot soldiers regarding their future lives as civilians and the new political party (which the FARC will be turned into as of [...]Read the full article