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Saturday 22 May 2010

Features and Essays – GMB Akash: The Bitterest Pill (Panos: May 2010) “800 women and girls live and work inside the fortress-like brothel in Faridpur, central Bangladesh. Many of them are underage, and most receive no pay because they arechhukri – bonded workers. That girls as young as 12 should be condemned to a life of sex slavery is bad enough, but they also face a new horror, one that could snuff out any chance of a future they might have had. The horror is a steroid called Oradexon, a drug identical to one used to fatten cattle for market. The girls are given Oradexon by their madams in order to make them look older and more attractive to prospective clients”

Features and Essays – Emily Schiffer: Cheyenne River (Burn: May 2010)

Features and Essays – Maggie Steber: A Second Death in Haitian Cemetary (NYT Lens: May 2010)

Features and Essays – Rina Castelnuovo: The Unending Story (NYT Lens: May 2010)

Features and Essays – Howard W. French: Discovering Shanghai’s Secret City (NYT Lens: May 2010)

Features and Essays – Marco Gualazzini: LaoStar TV (Foto8: May 2010)

Photographers – Marco Gualazzini : website

Features and Essays – Mishka Henner and Liz Lock: Flower Power (Panos: May 2010)

InterviewsKarl Blanchet (BJP 1854: May 2010)

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

May 22, 2010 at 11:39 pm

Posted in photojournalism