While I am enjoying the holidays DODHO PHOTO MAGAZINE has published my photo series “Around Flamenco”. Thank you so much.
Recent changes in Serbian court procedures for the determination of date & place of birth have helped Roma in Serbia receive proper birth registration, but many have not benefited from the recent changes and continue to be at risk of statelessness because they still face challenges in acquiring documentation and citizenship. Several Roma families created a new informal camp where, like many Roma, they
Roma throughout the Balkan Region are some of the most vulnerable people. Though many Roma were born e.g. in Serbia or have lived in Serbia for decades, many continue to be unsuccessful in proving their identity, registering their birth or acquiring citizenship and are ‘Legally Invisible’. Recent changes in Serbian court procedures for the determination of date & place of birth have helped Roma
Every country has its fair share of folktales and legends with Spain certainly not being the exception. Andalucía in particular, which has a rich history, has some mysterious, spooky and scary stories – like El Espíritu Flamenco. Sandwiched between the popular Algarve (in Portugal) and the Spanish Costa de Sol, the Costa de la Luz is little appreciated by foreign tourists. Drive here in summer,
MYTHS, LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE – ANDALUCIA HAS MANY STORIES TO TELL. Link: Full Story – Around Flamenco.
Kiosk of Democracy Magazine published the series “Viernes Santo”. The Kiosk of Democracy Magazine is an on-line Platform & Collection featuring International Artists: Art, Documentation, Photography, Text, Drawings and Film with intense content and with an ethical as well as aesthetical position. Established was the Kiosk of Democracy in January 2012 by Sascha Windolph (Germany).