Stories about Photography from December, 2013
Messages from the calendar include "Gender equality is not a threat to family," and “No always means No! Nakedness is not a substitute for consent.”
Brandon Stanton’s Humans of New York Facebook page has inspired many photographers in Southeast Asia to share photos and stories of ordinary people in the streets in their respective countries
Some observers called the massive protests evidence that public anger has reached a boiling point.
Meet some of the faces and stories of humans who live in Portugal - or happen to be passing by.
Humans of New York has inspired photographers all over the world. The Mascarene region also has plenty of great portraits to offer.
“There is no Hamid the photographer without the revolution. Hopefully there will still be one when the revolution ends.”
"It reminds me to love and respect everybody-- something many people here tend to have forgotten."
On the anniversary of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, Ivan Sigal visits memorials of the disaster in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, and finds prophesies of our future.
The "Humans of" movement has gone viral, covering our planet city by city. The Middle East and North Africa has proven to be no exception, writes Joey Ayoub.
Molhem Barakat, a freelance photographer working for Reuters, was reportedly killed while covering a fight between and Bashar Al-Assad’s forces and rebels in Aleppo’s Al-Kindi Hospital. He was 18.
Over 4,000 South Korean riot police broke into the headquarter of the nation's 2nd largest trade union center without a search warrant, angering South Korean net users.
Small and big acts of kindness around the world have inspired typhoon survivors in the Philippines
27,117 volunteers stood with red and green placards to form the Bangladesh flag. More than 300,000 people sang the national anthem.
South Koreans living abroad held candlelight vigils in New York, Paris and London this weekend, accusing the government bodies' manipulation of the latest presidential election
Take a look at what life was like in Japan some 150 years ago, thanks to a series of photos that recently entered the public domain.
Every year, about 500 public schools in Japan are closing due to shortage of children as the cost of education becomes unbearable for rural communities.