Border Violence (2016 - on going)

Border Violence is a collaborative multi-segment photo, audio and writing documentary reporting on migrantís human rights abuses on the borders of Europe.
EU borders are undergoing profound change, with trends such as externalization and push-back politics. A broad empowerment of police forces and border guards, detention, illegal deportations and migrantís and refugeeís rights abuses. Most of the abuses against migrants are often neither documented nor investigated. It is therefore critical to systematically document the abuses of migrantís rights and physical integrity/dignity. A specific focus will be given to body and the psychopatological state of mind. The body and mind as revelators of political violence. Unveiling and rendering visible the construction of European Border regime is key to help preventing resurgence of anti-democratic, authoritarian and xenophobic feelings in Europe of the 21st century. With a polyvalent approach ó examining the political, cultural, psychological factors shaping the emergence of a new mass human rights violations within the EU, but taking proofs on its borders.

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Subotica, Serbia 2017.
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Subotica, Serbia 2017.
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Mohamed from Pakistan is waiting since several month to cross the Serbian border to reach his friends in Germany.
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Subotica, Serbia 2017.
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Rehav from Pakistan. Beaten on the Hungarian border. Subotica, Serbia 2017.
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Subotica, Serbia 2017.
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The migrants living in the Waterfront are using the beams of abandoned tracks (or tires or rubbish) against the temperatures below zero degrees and to produce hot water. Belgrade 2016.
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The migrants living in the Waterfront are using the beams of abandoned tracks (or tires or rubbish) against the temperatures below zero degrees and to produce hot water. Belgrade 2016.
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Dozen of children coming from Afghanistan and Pakistan are living at the Waterfront. Belgrade 2016.
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Thousand of them are spending the cold winter time in a squat in the center of Belgrade in critical living conditions without food, warm clothes or others supplies. The occupied warehouse is located close to a site for the construction of an luxury residential area. Belgrade 2016.
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Brick factory of Subotica. Here hundred of people where living waiting to cross the Hungarian border through the rail station during the night. Subotica 2017.
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Brick factory of Subotica. Here hundred of people where living waiting to cross the Hungarian border through the rail station during the night. Subotica 2017.
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Brick factory of Subotica. Here hundred of people where living waiting to cross the Hungarian border through the rail station during the night. Subotica 2017.
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Belgrade Waterfront, Serbia 2016.
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The migrants living in the Waterfront are using the beams of abandoned tracks to keep warm. They also burn tires and rubbish and the chemical treatment of the beams burned inside the warehouses produces respiratory diseases. Belgrade 2016.
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Brick factory of Subotica. Here hundred of people where living waiting to cross the Hungarian border illegally through the rail station during the night. Several migrants are suffering Subotica 2017.
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Belgrade, Serbia 2016.
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Belgrade, Serbia 2016.
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Tahir, from Pakistan. Transit camp of Subotica, 2017.
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Brick factory of Subotica. Here hundred of people where living waiting to cross the Hungarian border through the rail station during the night. Subotica 2017.
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Dozen of children are living at the Dimitrovgrad Center for political seekers with their family, Serbia 2017.
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Mildrai and Matteo from Cuba. Mildrai and her family arrived in Serbia and they are waiting for political asylum. Dimitrovgrad, Serbia 2017.
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Dozen of children are living at the Dimitrovgrad Center for political seekers with their family, Serbia 2017.
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A migrant shows the wounds inflicted by the Hungarian police the night before. Subotica, Serbia 2017.
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Migrant shows the injuries inflicted by the Croatian police in his phone. Belgrade, 2017.
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