New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays - Sunday, April 13, 2014 16:12 - 2 Comments
Setting out for a walk in Yarl's Wood on a fine winter's day, Jake Stanning expected a pleasant English countryside experience. Instead, he found Yarl's Wood detention centre: a prison where vulnerable men, women and children are detained for years without trial. How is such a place possible? He asks.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays - Friday, December 13, 2013 15:50 - 4 CommentsPrompted by her recent visit to her homeland, Agaila Abba presents a highly personal portrait of the historical origins of the Western Sahara question and the ongoing Sahrawi refugee problem. With exclusive photography by Joe Huddleston.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays - Friday, November 8, 2013 15:01 - 2 CommentsAs part of a larger global protest, with over 400 marches in 150 different countries, hundreds of Anonymous members descended on London's Trafalgar square on the night of November 5th. The protest featured a surprise guest-appearance by Russell Brand and some less surprising heavy-handed policing.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays, The People in Between - Saturday, July 28, 2012 22:21 - 0 CommentsHaving just completed (yet another) trip around the world, Jason Smith makes the case for why hitchhiking is the perfect means of travel through which to explore the world's wildly different cultures.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays, The People in Between - Saturday, December 3, 2011 12:19 - 0 CommentsIn the latest of his travel essays for Ceasefire, Jason Smith recounts his lunchtime conversations with convicted drug smugglers inside a Quito prison.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays, The People in Between - Saturday, November 12, 2011 13:56 - 1 CommentIn his latest travel essay for Ceasefire, Jason Smith recalls his bizarre experience of Turkmenistan, including his semi-interrogation by an ex-KGB officer.
Ceasefire Bites, Photo Essays - Sunday, October 23, 2011 0:40 - 0 CommentsTwo days ago, 2,000 indigenous Bolivians reached their Andean capital city following a two-month march from their Amazonian homeland. Ceasefire's Jason Smith sends in an exclusive photo selection.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays, The People in Between - Thursday, October 20, 2011 0:46 - 4 CommentsIn a series of essays for Ceasefire, Jason Smith describes the fascinating people he meets on his travels. In this edition, he writes about his humbling experiences of Iran.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays, Special Reports - Tuesday, September 20, 2011 13:34 - 3 CommentsIn the second of her powerful eyewitness reports, Ceasefire correspondent Teodora Todorova looks at Israel's assaults on the housing rights of its own Arab citizens.
New in Ceasefire, Photo Essays, The People in Between - Monday, September 19, 2011 12:45 - 1 CommentIn the second of his ongoing series of travel essays for Ceasefire, Jason Smith recounts his short but unforgettable trip across Iraqi Kurdistan.
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