LE MONDE N'EST PAS ROND

Artistic webzine on migration, borders, human rights

6th Continent – a photographic travelogue around the Mediterranean. Interview with Mattia Insolera

Seven years. Thirteen countries. 23,084 km by motorbike, 19,270 km on all types of sea vessels. Mattia Insolera’s 6th Continent is an immense and highly poetic photographic project, capturing the essence of … Continue reading

27/12/2014 · Leave a comment

Bitter Oranges – African migrant workers in Rosarno. Interview with Carole Reckinger

“It is really a new form of slavery. Actually, it is a step further than slavery. In classical slavery, the slaves were the property of the landowners. You make sure … Continue reading

01/12/2014 · Leave a comment

Die Hoffnungsträger

Christina liebt Musik. Zu Hause hatte sie Klavierunterricht. Mit Hilfe von Popsongs hat sie gelernt, fließend Englisch zu sprechen. Sie hat sich die Texte eingeprägt und sie nachgesungen. Die Dreizehnjährige … Continue reading

02/11/2014 · Leave a comment

To Be A Refugee

In the summer of 2013, photographer Daniel Setiawan and researcher James Helfrich interrupted their holiday in Malta, and with the assistance of Integra Foundation, set about filming a documentary on … Continue reading

10/05/2014 · 1 Comment

Gedanken aus dem Niemandsland

„Heimatlosigkeit Nichtgewollter. Im Europa der Demokratien und der Prosperität, im Vorbildkontinent“. Rudolf Söllner’s Gedanken aus dem Niemandsland. Fotos: Carole Reckinger. ROSARNO. Sonne mildert alles Elend, wirft fröhlich Schatten der alternden Rohbauten … Continue reading

14/03/2014 · Leave a comment

Crowdfunding a Maltese passport for an asylum seeker – chronicle of an aborted yet fertile campaign

In response to Malta’s plans to offer citizenship to “ultra-high net worth individuals” in return for a one-time ‘donation’ of €650,000, Antoine Cassar, one of the editors of Le monde … Continue reading

15/01/2014 · 1 Comment

Together in oblivion: Forgotten Palestinians in Beirut

32 years after the infamous massacre, the Shatila camp for Palestinian refugees still stands, albeit more impoverished and overcrowded than before, and more isolated from the modern, glitzy Beirut that … Continue reading

13/01/2014 · 1 Comment

Calais: The Last Border – review

Marc Isaac’s 2003 documentary Calais: The Last Border continues to hit home ten years after its release. Reviewed by Alex Vella Gera.   Calais: The Last Border (Marc Isaacs, 2003, … Continue reading

18/12/2013 · Leave a comment

Indefinite detention: a never-ending Odyssey in the United Kingdom

Reporting from London, Carole Reckinger follows a refugee’s journey through the maze of bureaucracy, haphazard decision-making, and ‘immigration and removal centres’. Illustrated by Catherine Lemaire. “Do you think I am … Continue reading

18/12/2013 · Leave a comment