Human Rights Watch slams World Bank for abusive program conditions

Human Rights Watch slams World Bank for abusive conditions

by: Jenny White

In a series of new policy decisions, World Bank has been accused of overlooking its stakeholders and failing to prevent various human rights abuses. A detainee in a government-run detention center in Vietnam; one example […]

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Krzysztof Wodiczko

Krzysztof Wodiczko’s Installation on Union Square’s Lincoln Effigy

by: Bianca Ozeri

Last night, just days after Obama’s victory, Krzysztof Wodiczko debuted his installation, Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection. Renowned for his large-scale projections on architecture and monuments, Wodiczko has spent that last several months speaking with […]

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National Geographic Photo Contest

A Cultural Lens: National Geographic’s Contest Winners

by: Stephanie Roush

  Travel photography has always struck me as one of the most interesting forms of photography.  It is often marked by a sense of wonder, awe or amazement. The best travel photos lend themselves to […]

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Agent orange, clean-up, ceremony

The Legacy Left by Agent Orange, Vietnam

by: Marina Lucic

Decades after it contaminated jungle areas of Vietnam in order to blow enemy cover, the U.S. has finally started a clean-up project. Through the years, millions have been affected by Agent Orange and 150 000 […]

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Chu Chu and her grandchildren

Meeting the Hmong

by: Giovanna Badilla

Riding a Minsk, Russia’s cheapest motorcycle, with my girlfriend sleeping at my back, I leave Hanoi with the pollution and heavy crowds behind me and head for Sapa in the North of Vietnam. Entering Northern […]

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