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Ukrainian Protests 7
Ukraine,Lviv
By Maciej Moskwa
05 Dec 2013

Inside the tent of the protesters at Euromaidan Lviv. Ivan, Anna Maria and Ola are students from Lviv.
Lviv, Ukraine.

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Ukrainian Protests 6
Ukraine, Lviv
By Maciej Moskwa
05 Dec 2013

Inside the tent of the anti-government protesters. The camp funcitons 24/7 and students take shifts in running and guarding the camp and the press center.
Lviv, Ukraine.

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Ukrainian Protests 2
Ukraine,Lviv
By Maciej Moskwa
05 Dec 2013

Crowd gathered at Plac Svobody (Euromaidan Lviv) during anti-government protests.
Lviv, Ukraine.

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Ukrainian Protests 14
Ukraine, Lviv
By Maciej Moskwa
05 Dec 2013

Inside the tent of the anti-government protesters. The camp functions 24/7 and students take shifts in running and guarding the camp and the press center.
Lviv, Ukraine.

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Ukrainian Protests 19
Ukraine, lviv
By Maciej Moskwa
04 Dec 2013

Evening gathering of protesters at Plac Svobody.
Lviv, Ukraine.

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Ukrainian Protests 17
Ukraine, Lviv
By Maciej Moskwa
04 Dec 2013

Crowd gathered at Plac Svobody (Euromaidan Lviv) during anti-government protests.
Lviv, Ukraine.

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Training course for young Tunisian.
Tunisia
By Moez Samarana
05 Nov 2013

this video is about a training session for students and instructors about childhood and how to express through practices sports and recreational activities.

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Time kids to school despite the heavy...
aleppo
By Activist Halabi
07 Oct 2013

Report on the status of schools in the city of Aleppo and students time despite the heavy bombardment experienced by the city daily

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Resilience of Young Students in Alepp...
Aleppo, Syria
By Transterra Editor
03 Oct 2013

Children continue studying despite the dire condition of schools in Aleppo, Syria.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 4
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Khaled and Mohammed Khoder are brothers, aged 11 and 12 years old. They are in the same class in Aleppo, Syria, determined and focused.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 5
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Yasmin Mohammed, 10 years-old, wanted to show the sign of victory or martyrdom, in Aleppo - Syria (October 1, 2013) inside her school.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 2
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Aleppo- Syria, October 1, 2013: Heba Basmage, a 9 year-old diagnosed with cancer, was being treated before the revolution, but now does not have access to a hospital to continue her therapy. She insisted to continue her education.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 6
ALEPPO- SYRIA
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Kawla Yazage, 8 years-old, playing tag with her friends in the school yard.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 3
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Fatema Jazmati, age 11 years, -standing in the back of her class at a school in Aleppo, Syria. There are not enough chairs and she is tall, so she stands in the back sin order to not block the view of her friends.

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Demonstration
Yemen
By Transterra Editor
23 Sep 2013

A mass demonstration took place in Tarim, one of the largest cities of the province of Hadramaut.

Hundreds of students from primary and secondary schools protested to revive what has become known as a Student Day in the Southern City.

Hundreds of students from several schools walked, waving flags of the State of South and pictures of martyrs of the peaceful revolution as they chanted anti-government slogans.

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Student Protests
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Aftermath in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Aftermath in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Syndicate of Journalists
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Downtown Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Protests in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Syndicate of Journalists
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Student Protests
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Van Moll
27 Aug 2013

Students demonstrating in front of the Syndicate of Journalists in Cairo, Egypt on August, 28th 2013.

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Kenyan Grade School (13 of 16)
meru, kenya
By Ulrik Pedersen
27 Jul 2013

Due to lack of funds and poverty students in public schools have to share books. Kinyenjere public school in Meru, Kenya.

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Park
Istanbul, Turkey
By Mais Istanbuli
11 Jun 2013

Musicians, artists, doctors, nurses, students, activists, environmentalists have joined the rallies against the Turkish government that they believe threatens their freedom and way of life. The Park (Gezi) became a symbol of civil resistence, a laboratory for a new culture of resistance.

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
11 Jun 2013

Dilan. Age 27. Tourist guide.

"..Since day one we kept growing in numbers. We started for the freedom of trees but it turned into freedom of individuals, çapuling!".

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
10 Jun 2013

Sevgi. Age 32. Freelance Journalist.

"We had enough commandments in how to live our lives here in Turkey. This park has been the beginning of the end".

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
10 Jun 2013

Halil. Age 43. Doctor.

"I was helping the wounded in the infirmary but today I wanted to see the youth in the park. Their way of resisting is very different from what we can imagine."

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
10 Jun 2013

Kuzey. Age 27. Musician.

"This occupation is a new thing for them. And till they give up their projects about this park, we will occupy this park and streets peacefully. It might be even more than that."

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
10 Jun 2013

Eylem. Age 20. Nurse.

Musicians, artists, doctors, nurses, students, activists, environmentalists have joined the rallies against a government that they believe threatens their freedom and way of life. The Park (Gezi) became a symbol of civil resistence, a laboratory for a new culture of resistance.
Chapulling (Turkish: çapuling) is a neologism originating in the 2013 protests in Turkey, coined from Prime Minister Erdogan's use of the term çapulcu (roughly translated to "looters") to describe the protestors. çapulcu was rapidly reappropriated by the protestors, both in its original form and as the anglicized chapuller and additionally verbified chapulling, given the meaning of "fighting for your rights". Chapulling has been used in Turkish both in its English form and in the hybrid word form çapuling. The word quickly caught on, adopted by the demonstrators and online activists.

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
10 Jun 2013

Gul. Age 27. Lawyer.

Musicians, artists, doctors, nurses, students, activists, environmentalists have joined the rallies against a government that they believe threatens their freedom and way of life. The Park (Gezi) became a symbol of civil resistence, a laboratory for a new culture of resistance.

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
10 Jun 2013

Ahmet. Age 24. Photographer.

Musicians, artists, doctors, nurses, students, activists, environmentalists have joined the rallies against a government that they believe threatens their freedom and way of life. The Park (Gezi) became a symbol of civil resistence, a laboratory for a new culture of resistance."Chapulling (Turkish: çapuling) is a neologism originating in the 2013 protests in Turkey, coined from Prime Minister Erdogan's use of the term çapulcu (roughly translated to "looters") to describe the protestors. çapulcu was rapidly reappropriated by the protestors, both in its original form and as the anglicized chapuller and additionally verbified chapulling, given the meaning of "fighting for your rights".

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
10 Jun 2013

Riza. Age 34. He is a famous TV actor.

"I'm enjoying this protest, peacefully, because the Prime Minister wants to shut down the state's theater and he interferes with the TV programs. We don't feel free to show our reactions in any field."

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
09 Jun 2013

Ekim. Age 34. PHD Student.

"..A policeman fired the tear-gas canister directly at my body from a distance of ten meters, hitting me in the left shoulder. I was part of a peaceful protest."

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
09 Jun 2013

L. Age 20. Unemployed.

"It's 4 am and we are all here waiting to be kicked out. I am unemployed at the moment and this is the only way of showing our disappointment and fighting against the government's failures".

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
08 Jun 2013

Neda. Age 42. TV director.

Musicians, artists, doctors, nurses, students, activists, environmentalists have joined the rallies against a government that they believe threatens their freedom and way of life. The Park (Gezi) became a symbol of civil resistence, a laboratory for a new culture of resistance.

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
08 Jun 2013

Gokben. Age 35. Marketing operator.

"I started to go to Gezi Park on May 31st. We just want our freedom. We are against prohibitions. We are against the government policy about terrorists and terrorism. The president makes deals with heads of terrorist organizations and we don't accept that. He sells Turkish companies to foreign companies. He hates Ataturk and he tries to destroy Ataturk's principles, works, etc. He cuts trees to make buildings and his aim is to earn lots of money for his family and his supporters. He wants everybody to think like him, behave like him, and live like him. It is not possible. There are many reasons why we want the government to resign.
We collected garbage in Gezi Park. We sang a song. We ate lunch and dinner together. We bought water, bread, chocolate, litter bags and medicine for our friends who are sleeping at night in Gezi Park.I am working so that I can go after my job and during weekends."

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Chapulling Generation, Occupy Gezi Pa...
Istanbul, Turkey
By Francesco Pistilli
08 Jun 2013

Cansu. Age 23. TV filmmaker.

"I'm a professional camerawoman, I'm proud to be part of the movement's official TV: "Gezi TV" streaming, together with other professional volunteers".

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London
London, England
By U.S. Editor
15 May 2013

A selection of images from the last two years in London, United Kingdom.

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A Story of Courage, Saved from Talib...
Swat, Pakistan
By Muhammed Furqan
08 Mar 2013

Sijban village is located deep in the Swat Valley, which was ruled by the Taliban before a military operation by Pakistani army restored peace in the area.

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School for Syrian Refugees in Turkey ...
Antakya, Turkey
By Jodi Hilton
14 Dec 2012

Children, including students at the Albashayer School for Syrian Refugee Children, often show signs of trauma after what they've experienced in Syria. After not attending for many months, some more than a year, many are happy just to be back in school.