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Stories of Change

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9789053308233
Author(s): World Press Photo
Format: Paperback
Year: 2014
Publisher: Schilt Publishing b.v.
Dimensions: 200 x 28 x 245 (w x l x h)
Pages: 312

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Since the end of 2010, the popular uprisings against established powers across North Africa and Middle East have been making news headlines. The 'Arab Spring' is among the most thoroughly photographed events in recent history. People in the streets using their mobile phones to register incidents they were eyewitness to, local journalists as well as camera crews and freelance photographers dispatched by international media recording the deve lopments from day to day. Our perception of 'Arab Spring' is marked by dramatic images of key moments during the uprisings. Demonstrators taking over Tahrir Square in Cairo and engaging in violent clashes with the security forces and supporters of President Mubarak; the storming of Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli, Libya, by rebels and the capture of the leader himself weeks later. Major changes in the power relations have taken place since then: in Egypt and Tunisia, the resignation of the country's president, and in Libya, the fall of the leader and the first free elections in 60 years.
In other countries, protests have not lead to a revolution, but they are facing challenges from local issues and from the effects of the global economic crisis. How well do we know the region beyond the headlines though? What has been impact of the events on people's everyday life? Many of the issues that fueled the uprisings remain unresolved: a high level of youth unemployment, the rising cost of living , women's right s etc. What is really goin Please click here to ask a question
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