Laura Rodriguez Castro
We look at the case of Luis Garavito, the world's most prolific serial killer, to understand how Colombia creates such monsters.
Without formal education, the paddocks, bush and beach become classrooms.
Birth photographer and doula Angela Gallo thinks that the way images of birth are banned from some sites reflects larger problems with how people discuss birth.
Because of the agility required, many of the collectors are children.
The Polite Force helps control traffic, block roads for parades, and make sure people don't get too freaked out by the real cops when they're too stoned to function.
From murderers to ordinary women, the photographer captures people at their most vulnerable.
A court ruling has overturned city's 2 year old bullfighting ban, but these guys will believe it when they see it.
In the Smokey Mountain community located in Tondo, people make a living through the production of charcoal. Half of the people working there are under the age of 17.
Katy Strange is a Dutch art student who shares her bed with lovers and friends. Over two years in a share-house in Amsterdam, she slept beside fifteen people, and photographed the experience.
Dublin housing estate kids raise horses in car parks and ride them in Nikes.