The Jungle is Burning

Reportage

The Jungle is Burning

Between the 4th and the 11th of March, the south part of the refugee camp of Calais (France), commonly known as “The Jungle”, was set to be demolished. It didn’t matter how hard the volunteers and the residents of the camp tried to avoid such an ignominious fate.

The Jungle is Burning

The Last Border

Long Term Project

The Last Border

It is the biggest humanitarian tragedy since World War II and the milestone that has 
marked this century. Millions of refugees are reaching the shores of Europe running away 
from violence, terror, death, carrying only what they can in their arms and risking their 
lives in a desperate journey by land and sea, only to find a Europe with closed doors. A European Union that answers this desperate call with indifference and bureaucratic obstacles. The result: Millions of human beings are living in jungles of mud, plastique and misery.

The Last Border

This is my land

Reportage

This is my land

Navalquejigo is a small town in the north of Madrid, with a population of between twenty and thirty people, rebuilt on the ruins of an ancient medieval village. The town was founded in the 11th century by groups of villagers from the city of Segovia, located on the plains of the ancient Realm of Castile, however the first settlements in the region date from the 3rd century b.C. Nowadays, it is an occupied land.

This is my land

The Protest

Reportage

The Protest

Spain is shouting, and the noise is deafening. It is the result of nearly four years of conservative policies that have plunged the country into a myriad of ongoing protests against the government. The labor reform, tax increases, cuts in health and social services, reform of the Abortion Act, evictions, reforms in the educational system and, more recently, the Gag Law. All of this has lit the fuse of protest in Spain, in a period marked by hopelessness, pessimism and disgust.

The Protest