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Getty Images a anunțat beneficiarii subvențiilor editoriale anuale (grants), acordând celor cinci fotojurnaliști granturi în valoare de 10.000 USD fiecare. Fotografii câștigători sunt Paula Bronstein, Alejandro Cegarra, Antonio Faccilongo, Barbara Peacock și Alessandro Penso.

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Palestine, Tulkarem.
Amma Elian (39) is the wife of Anwar Elian (39). He was arrested in 2003 and sentenced for life imprisonment.
This is the story of Palestinian prisoners’ wives who have turned to sperm smuggling in order to conceive children from their husbands who are serving long-term sentences. Around 7,000 Palestinians are serving time in Israeli prisons, with nearly 1,000 facing sentences of 20 years or more. Conjugal visits are denied and prisoners are separated from visitors by glass panels.
In the past two years, 30 babies have been born through IVF. The Razan Fertility Clinic in Nablus and the Al-Basma Fertility Clinic in Gaza offer the treatment to prisoners’ wives free of charge, freezing around 70 prisoners’ sperm samples and receiving more from behind the prison bars. Prisoners are allowed visits every two weeks and these last for only 45 minutes. Family members must be first-degree relatives. After a thorough body search, visitors are able to talk to their loved ones through a telephone from behind a glass window. Physical contact is forbidden, except for prisoners’ children, who are allowed ten minutes at the end of each visit to embrace their fathers. This is the secret way prisoners’ sperm manages to leave the prisons, and is these women’s only hope for a family. It is also one of their opportunities to join the Palestinian resistance. – Antonio Faccilongo

Un grup internațional de editori foto au selectat cei cinci câștigători din aproape 500 de participanți din peste 75 de țări. Înscrierile câștigătoare se concentrează asupra problemelor polemice, de la război, la cultură, la politică.

Seria lui Paula Bronstein ”The Cost of War” (Costul războiului) urmărește civilii care trăiesc în Moșul sfâșiat de război, în timp ce negociază amenințările ISIS și dispozitivele explozive, în timp ce Alejandro Cegarra descoperă nemulțumirea din Venezuela cu privire la ”Living with Hugo Chavez’s Legacy” (Trăind cu moștenirea lui Hugo Chavez).

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KABUL, AFGHANISTAN -MARCH 29, 2016: At the Emergency hospital Najiba holds her nephew Shabir, age 2, who was injured from a bomb blast which killed his sister in Kabul on March 29, 2016. Najiba had to stay with the child as their mother buried her daughter.
Afghan civilians are at greater risk today than at any time since Taliban rule. According to UN statistics, in the first half of 2016 at least 1,600 people had died, and more than 3,500 people were injured, a 4 per cent increase in overall civilian causalities compared to the same period last year. The upsurge in violence has had devastating consequences for civilians, with suicide bombings and targeted attacks by the Taliban and other insurgents causing 70 percent of all civilian casualties. (Photo by Paula Bronstein)
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LASHKAR GAH, AFGHANISTAN -MARCH 26, 2015:
Sayed Malik, 25, a double amputee gets surgery at the Emergency hospital, he lost his legs while demining, as a ANA soldier in Sangin.
Afghan civilians are at greater risk today than at any time since Taliban rule. According to UN statistics, in the first half of 2016 at least 1,600 people had died, and more than 3,500 people were injured, a 4 per cent increase in overall civilian causalities compared to the same period last year. The upsurge in violence has had devastating consequences for civilians, with suicide bombings and targeted attacks by the Taliban and other insurgents causing 70 percent of all civilian casualties. (Photo by Paula Bronstein)

Lucrarea lui Cegarra analizează modul în care instabilitatea economică a condus la o creștere masivă a violenței, a sărăciei și a deficitului de alimente în statul sud-american.

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Demonstrators walk through a cloud of tear gas fired by the Bolivarian National Police during clashes on 12 March 2014 – Alejandro Cegarra
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A man rests on an empty freezer in a government-run store which should be stocked with meat, chicken and frozen food, on 2 January 2015. The fall in oil prices has started a economic crisis in Venezuela – Alejandro Cegarra

Criza refugiaților din Europa formează baza proiectului Alessandro Penso “The Deal”, un proiect care se concentrează asupra felului în care UE a întâmpinat refugiații – sau mai degrabă a deficiențelor în răspunsul său în contextul unei crize umanitare internaționale.

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Lesbos, Greece, August 05, 2015.
A Syrian who swam to shore after the boat he was on began to leak off shore. His condition was critical, but fortunately, around an hour later, a local doctor came and managed to assist, saving his life.
According to UNHCR, approximately 850,000 refugees and migrants, including children, arrived in Greece by sea in 2015. Of these, just over 500,000 landed on the island of Lesbos. (Photo by Alessandro Penso)
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Lesbos, Greece Oct. 18, 2015. A mother and child wrapped in an emergency blanket after disembarking on the beach of Kayia, on the north of the Greek island of Lesbos. (Photo by Alessandro Penso)

Proiectul ”Habibi” realizat de Antonio Faccilongo dezvăluie modul în care familiile își duc viața în mijlocul turbulențelor din Fâșia Gaza și din Cisiordania, deoarece fenomenul contrabandei cu sperma devine larg răspândit.

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Yatta, Palestine.
Basimah Nawaja (37) in her living room shows a photo of her husband Issa (41) sentenced to 22 years in prison for military operations. They have a new child Sadeel (2) born through Ivf. In front of her are sitting all the family members.
This picture shows how the relationship between families and detainees is still strong despite the difficulties. Many detainees send to families their portraits made in prison so that their families, particularly their children, can maintain a strong relationship with them.
During our meeting Basimah showed me photos of her husband that she has on her mobile while we were sitting in front of her family.
“Habibi is the story of Palestinian prisoners’ wives who have turned to sperm smuggling in order to conceive children through in vitro fertilization (IVF) from their husbands who are serving long-term sentences in Israeli jails. In the past 3 years, 60 babies have been born.
There are around 7,000 Palestinians, classified as “security prisoners”, facing sentences of 25 years or more. Israel detains them if their alleged or convicted offenses are deemed threats, or potential threats, to national security.
Conjugal visits are denied, Palestinian prisoners see their immediate family for just 45 minutes every two weeks, if at all. While kept physically separated from visiting spouses and adults, inmates can play with their children for ten minutes at the end of each session. During these short visitations, some of the prisoners have smuggled sperm to their kids. This is one of the methods used, but not the only one, however, is the only known at the moment.
Fertility clinics in the occupied territories increasingly offer Ivf treatment to prisoners’ wives free of charge. The Razan fertility clinic in Nablus and the al Basma fertility clinic in Gaza have frozen numerous sperm samples recently smuggled from behind bars.
Women in the “Ivf” program believe that one day the prisoners will be released, and when they do return home, they should have a family waiting for them.” – Antonio Faccilongo
poza incubator spital gaza Antonio Faccilongo
Palestine, Gaza.
A hospital incubator in Gaza. Chances of successful treatment are very high, being, for the majority, young people and fertile.
This is the story of Palestinian prisoners’ wives who have turned to sperm smuggling in order to conceive children from their husbands who are serving long-term sentences. Around 7,000 Palestinians are serving time in Israeli prisons, with nearly 1,000 facing sentences of 20 years or more. Conjugal visits are denied and prisoners are separated from visitors by glass panels.
In the past two years, 30 babies have been born through IVF. The Razan Fertility Clinic in Nablus and the Al-Basma Fertility Clinic in Gaza offer the treatment to prisoners’ wives free of charge, freezing around 70 prisoners’ sperm samples and receiving more from behind the prison bars. Prisoners are allowed visits every two weeks and these last for only 45 minutes. Family members must be first-degree relatives. After a thorough body search, visitors are able to talk to their loved ones through a telephone from behind a glass window. Physical contact is forbidden, except for prisoners’ children, who are allowed ten minutes at the end of each visit to embrace their fathers. This is the secret way prisoners’ sperm manages to leave the prisons, and is these women’s only hope for a family. It is also one of their opportunities to join the Palestinian resistance. (Photo by Antonio Faccilongo)

Barbara Peacock examinează idiosincraziile vieții de zi cu zi din ”Bedroom America” (America din dormitor).

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‘i live in New Hampshire where the motto is ‘Live free or Die, that’s pretty much it.’ (Photo by Barbara Peacock)
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‘There are days I don’t leave my room’ (Photo by Barbara Peacock)

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