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moises saman
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Matt Black Oct 17
An interview published today about my work on the Geography of Poverty on . Poverty and Mythologies in America:
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UN University Centre for Policy Research Oct 5
Our event on with is coming to a close. Read ’s piece in on the project. Great point by highlighting the importance of continued evidence-based research and evaluation to inform
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Wesley Morgan Oct 5
Thrilled to be watching old friend of presenting her and colleagues' research on "the limits of punishment" in war-zone justice systems in Iraq, Somalia, and elsewhere.
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Magnum Photos Oct 3
"I want to be able to make millions of stories from one portrait" -
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Matt Black Oct 3
This summer I photographed the impact of increased ICE enforcement on west coast agricultural communities. Many thanks to for this piece.
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Magnum Photos Sep 28
Sohrab Hura’s project uses India’s coastline as a lens through which to re-examine the nation’s changing politics, and society.
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Magnum Photos Sep 28
There is one month left to visit late Magnum photographer Abbas' retrospective in Valladolid, Spain: © Abbas/Magnum Photos
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Dr. M Sep 24
Happy to announce my upcoming panel "THE ARTS, CULTURE AND EDUCATION IN PLACES OF CRISIS: CASE STUDIES FROM " with culture journalist . To be held at as part of ' academic events. Thursday, September 27, 2018 at 2:00 pm
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Adam Shatz Sep 23
It’s Trane’s birthday so I’m reposting this piece on the enduring vitality of his late music, which radically expanded the field of musical expression.
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UN University Sep 21
On 5 October, will co-host an event with in Washington DC on fieldwork undertaken in Nigeria, Somalia, & Iraq on and violent extremism with . Read more, register to attend at
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Kareem Fahim Sep 21
After four years of civil conflict, “The old Yemen will never come back.” A look at what is replacing the vanishing central government from Al-Mukalla, an independent republic and a protectorate of the U.A.E., with
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Just Security Sep 20
As State Dept issues its annual Country Reports on Terrorism, highlights risks of casting punishment too wide & points to more effective alternatives. From study w/ via
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moises saman Sep 20
From Sweeping Punishment to Real Justice in Countering Terrorism via
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moises saman Sep 17
The limits of punishment: Transitional justice and violent extremism via
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cale salih Aug 25
in : Go see 's retrospective at which includes her piercing work on and elsewhere
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cale salih Aug 17
The Best Magnum Photography from Vogue’s September Issue via
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Magnum Photos Aug 16
Featuring work from 16 of Magnum’s most acclaimed photographers, the “HOME” Exhibition with will open for its fifth installment at the Hong Kong Arts Centre this August.
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cale salih Aug 14
A must-see! Come for the brilliant journalism, stay for doing zoomba.
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Jerome Socolovsky Aug 13
If you want to understand a little better, listen to 's fascinating interview with Tehran-based journalist that I edited for about his documentary airing tonight and tomorrow.
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Thomas Erdbrink Aug 11
AMERICANS, MEET THE IRANIANS. Coming Monday and Tuesday evening, on , I will show you Iran in a way never seen before. Get to know the people living beyond the headlines, as I guide you through one of the most controversial countries in the world. 👇👀 on
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