Browse IFAD's photo essays about rural development, rural youth, rural women, climate change, indigenous peoples.
Each year, the UN system champions the rights of rural women on the International Day for Rural Women. The Commission on the Status of Women, the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women, has called for tearing down the barriers to rural women and girls. In 2018, it tackled the challenges and opportunities they face as a.
The 24 Best Photo Essays Of 2014 2014: a good year for photos of modern-day witches, cat-obsessed metal heads, bizarrely groomed dogs, and astronomical wonders. Marvel here.
The American urbanist William H Whyte (1917-1999), who wrote the seminal texts The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces (1980) and City: Rediscovering the Center (1988), set the stage for much of the data collecting and spatial observation now being conducted in cities. His groundbreaking work continues to have a huge influence on those, such as the aforementioned Gehl and the American urban.
Photo Features 22nd June 2020 Says Snezhana: I got to know Sofie, 19 jars old girl with Down Syndrom, in the autumn of 2017. She’d just finished school and spent almost every day on the family estate in Eilensted (Germany).
Photo essays. Fear in El Salvador El Salvador. Fear in El Salvador El Salvador. During the last two decades, Central America has become the deadliest region in the world that is not at war. According to the UN statistics, more people per capita were killed in El Salvador than in Iraq, in recent years. Due to the criminal activities of Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) and 18th Street Gang (M-18), the.
Features Photo Essays Cinema Life About Our Story Collaborate Follow Us Twitter Instagram Facebook. Dave Parry February 11, 2019 sheffield, bouldering, UK, gritstone, climbing, outdoor city. Outdoor City - Sheffield's Urban Crags. Dave Parry February 11, 2019 sheffield, bouldering, UK, gritstone, climbing, outdoor city. We slithered through the snow, back down the muddy path to the road, eager.
With an eye for geometry and the profound details of every day life, Brooklyn photographer and regular UO contributor Tavish Timothy shows us a selection of work that explore ideas of “waiting and “arriving.” He says, “these images explore a sense of waiting and an attempt at overcoming listlessness. I was curious about the idea of 'arriving', the journey as the destination, latent.