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Pitturare un muro secondo Kabir e la sua visione del mondo non è solo esprimere un'arte, ma è anche l'occasione per fermarsi per strada e scambiare due parole e rinnovare dei legami indeboliti da anni e anni di conflitto. "Si tratta di un modo per le persone di recuperare lo spazio pubblico", ha precisato l'artista. dal blog di #OEfesti

Pitturare un muro secondo Kabir e la sua visione del mondo non è solo esprimere un'arte, ma è anche l'occasione per fermarsi per strada e scambiare due parole e rinnovare dei legami indeboliti da anni e anni di conflitto. "Si tratta di un modo per le persone di recuperare lo spazio pubblico", ha precisato l'artista. dal blog di #OEfesti

A refugee herself, Adama cooks & cares for children who lost their parents while fleeing violence in the Central African Republic. UNHCR/ O. Laban-Mattei

A refugee herself, Adama cooks & cares for children who lost their parents while fleeing violence in the Central African Republic. UNHCR/ O. Laban-Mattei

After 10 years of civil war, women farmers in Ivory Coast are fighting poverty and preserving peace by growing high-quality rice seeds. This pest-resistant breed of rice not only doubles their yields and profits - but it also gives them greater independence.

After 10 years of civil war, women farmers in Ivory Coast are fighting poverty and preserving peace by growing high-quality rice seeds. This pest-resistant breed of rice not only doubles their yields and profits - but it also gives them greater independence.

Jihan is a mother of two from #Syria. Like her husband, who has been granted asylum in #Denmark, she is blind. She relies on her eldest son to help her navigate her temporary home in #Greece. The #family have been waiting for six months to be reunited. © UNHCR/A.D'Amato

Jihan is a mother of two from #Syria. Like her husband, who has been granted asylum in #Denmark, she is blind. She relies on her eldest son to help her navigate her temporary home in #Greece. The #family have been waiting for six months to be reunited. © UNHCR/A.D'Amato

Mariam, a #refugee from #Darfur, waits in the blistering heat with daughter Gissma to get her first food rations in three months. Bredjing camp, eastern Chad, September 2004.   © Claire Soares/IRIN

Mariam, a #refugee from #Darfur, waits in the blistering heat with daughter Gissma to get her first food rations in three months. Bredjing camp, eastern Chad, September 2004. © Claire Soares/IRIN

Based in Jacksonville, FL, United States, Brandon Kidwell studied English/Philosophy and worked in Corporate Finance with an artistic outlet of beautiful double exposure photography.  #photography

Based in Jacksonville, FL, United States, Brandon Kidwell studied English/Philosophy and worked in Corporate Finance with an artistic outlet of beautiful double exposure photography. #photography

Si tratta del primo esempio di museo politico nato a difesa di una città meticcia. Uno spazio per l’arte contemporanea che è anche, anzi soprattutto, una barricata per respingere i verosimili attacchi a un progetto situazionista e relazionale che apre l’arte al mondo e il mondo all’arte. A partire – per una volta – dagli ultimi, dai migranti, dagli emarginati, da quelli che hanno il problema dell’abitare e del vivere quotidiano. dal blog di #OEfesti

Si tratta del primo esempio di museo politico nato a difesa di una città meticcia. Uno spazio per l’arte contemporanea che è anche, anzi soprattutto, una barricata per respingere i verosimili attacchi a un progetto situazionista e relazionale che apre l’arte al mondo e il mondo all’arte. A partire – per una volta – dagli ultimi, dai migranti, dagli emarginati, da quelli che hanno il problema dell’abitare e del vivere quotidiano. dal blog di #OEfesti

With equal access to resources women in Africa could increase yields on their farms by 30%

With equal access to resources women in Africa could increase yields on their farms by 30%

In sub-Saharan Africa, women provide most of the labour for producing basic food crops. In the region, agricultural productivity could increase by as much as 20 per cent if women's access to resources were equal to men's.  ©IFAD/Susan Beccio

In sub-Saharan Africa, women provide most of the labour for producing basic food crops. In the region, agricultural productivity could increase by as much as 20 per cent if women's access to resources were equal to men's. ©IFAD/Susan Beccio

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