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Iril from Setermoen

On 22 July 2011, a massacre took place at the AUF’s summer camp, where 650 young people were staying. Anders Behring Breivik arrived on Utoya dressed as a police officer and told those on the island that he was there for security reasons following the explosions in Oslo which took place a few hours before. [...]

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Roma – Europe’s Invisible

The treatment of Roma people both in the European Union and beyond its current borders has become a litmus test of a humane society. The treatment of Roma is today among the most pressing political, social and human rights issues facing Europe. The overwhelming majority of Roma are poor and among the most excluded people [...]

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Gaza – Landscapes of Destruction

Israel launched a military campaign in the Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008, named „Operation Cast Lead“. The Israeli operation began with an intense bombardment in one of the most densely populated places on Earth, the Gaza Strip. Targeting Government buildings, police training camps, police headquarters and offices. Civilian infrastructure, including mosques, apartment houses, medical [...]

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Sergjana – a Day in her Life

Sergjana is a nine-year-old Roma girl from the outskirts of Suto Orizari, Macedonia. Her situation exemplifies what many Roma children face in Europe as they struggle to survive in poverty on the edges of society. Most of these children do not have the possibility to participate in schooling. By collecting waste paper, metals or other [...]