Magnum Photography Awards 2017 – Jason Florio Photojournalism Winner ‘Destination Europe’

‘For the past two years (2015-16), I was embedded with the first search and rescue NGO, Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), to operate rescue ships. Their specific aim is to save the lives of migrants and refugees attempting to cross the Mediterranean and Aegean seas…’ Jason Florio – Read/see more on the LensCulture site   Onboard a fishingContinue reading “Magnum Photography Awards 2017 – Jason Florio Photojournalism Winner ‘Destination Europe’”

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PRESS: The families migrants leave behind – IRIN

  Whilst on the MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) Phoenix, documenting the migrant and refugee boat rescues in the Mediterranean, off the Libyan coast, a couple of months ago, Florio, met a young man, Lamin, from The Gambia, West Africa; a country which we had, at that point, been living in full time for overContinue reading “PRESS: The families migrants leave behind – IRIN”

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World Humanitarian Day – Post rescue: exhausted children sleep, safely on board the MOAS Phoenix

  Related links: MOAS Phoenix Boat Rescues

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‘150,000 Cross Med.’ in 2015 – Migrant Report

  ‘Some 150,000 migrants are believed to have reached Europe by sea to date so far in 2015, with virtually all of them landing in Italy (74,947) or Greece (75,970), according to the International Organisation for Migration.. .’ read more on  Migrant Report, by Mark Micallif

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