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World Press Photo, vince foto bimbo che passa la frontiera. Ecco tutte le immagini premiate quest'anno.

AMSTERDAM – World Press Po, vince FOTO bimbo che passa la frontiera. Un uomo passa un bambino attraverso una recinzione tra i campi di Röszke, lungo il confine tra Serbia e Ungheria. Questa è l’immagine, dal titolo ‘Speranza per una nuova vita’, che ha vinto il World Press Po 2016. La foto è stata realizzata dal freelance australiano Warren Ricson.

Ad organizzare il premio è stato, come ogni anno la World Press Po, organizzazione no-profit con sede ad Amsterdam. L’organizzazione fondata nel 1955, organizza il più prestigioso concorso di fotogiornalismo mondiale.

Come spiega Wikipedia

“La cerimonia di premiazione si tiene ad Oude Kerk ad Amsterdam. Dopo il concorso, le fotografie vincitrici sono assemblate in una mostra itinerante, che viene visitato da oltre un milione di persone in 40 paesi. Inoltre viene pubblicato in sei lingue differenti un annuario che presenta tutte le fotografie premiate.

Oltre a selezionare la fotografie vincitrice del World Press Po of the Year, il concorso determina altri vincitori nelle seguenti categorie:

  • Spot News
  • General News
  • People in the News
  • Sports Action
  • Sports Features
  • Contemporary Issues
  • Daily Life
  • Portraits
  • Arts and Entertainment
  • Nature.

Un altro obiettivo primario dell’organizzazione è di sostenere la fotografia professionale su scala internazionale, di stimolare gli sviluppi del fotogiornalismo, di incoraggiare il trasferimento delle conoscenze, di favorire lo sviluppo di elevati standard professionali nel fotogiornalismo e di promuovere uno scambio libero e senza restrizioni di informazioni. La World Press Po infatti organizza una serie di progetti educativi in tutto il mondo: seminari, laboratori e l’annuale Joop Swart Masterclass”.

L’Ansa pubblica la foto vincitrice e gli altri scatti che hanno partecipato al premio.

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  • World Press Po, vince FOTO bimbo26 A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Chinese pographer Chen Jie that won 3rd prize singles in the General News category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows an aerial view of the destruction after the explosion in Tianjin, China, 15 August 2015. EPA/CHEN JIE / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
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  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Russian pographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times that won First Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows migrants struggling to climb onto a train headed to Zagreb, the Croatian capital. Under Europe's system of open internal borders, the island's thinly patrolled, easily accessible coastline, within sight of the Turkish coast, might as well be the frontier of France or Germany or Sweden. EPA/SERGEY PONOMAREV / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Russian pographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times that won First Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows a Slovenian police officer on horseback escorting migrants after they crossed from Croatia. Under Europe's system of open internal borders, the island's thinly patrolled, easily accessible coastline, within sight of the Turkish coast, might as well be the frontier of France or Germany or Sweden. EPA/SERGEY PONOMAREV / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Russian pographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times that won First Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows migrants walking atop a dike as Slovenian riot police escorted them to a registration camp outside Dobova. War, drought and more are driving millions of people from their homelands. Under Europe's system of open internal borders, the island's thinly patrolled, easily accessible coastline, within sight of the Turkish coast, might as well be the frontier of France or Germany or Sweden. EPA/SERGEY PONOMAREV / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Russian pographer Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times that won First Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows migrants and refugees arrived by boat in November 2015 near the village of Skala on the Greek island of Lesbos. Under Europe's system of open internal borders, the island's thinly patrolled, easily accessible coastline, within sight of the Turkish coast, might as well be the frontier of France or Germany or Sweden. EPA/SERGEY PONOMAREV / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Australian pographer Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times that won Third Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows flames rising from burning funeral pyres during the cremation of earthquake victims, at the Pashupatinath temple on the banks of Bagmati river on April 28, 2015 in Kathmandu, Nepal. On the 25th of April, just before noon local time, as farmers were out in fields and people at home or work, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 8,000 people and injuring more than 21,000 according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. EPA/DANIEL BEREHULAK / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Australian pographer Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times that won Third Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows residents foraging through their destroyed homes, gathering salvageable belongings on April 29, 2015 in Bhaktapur, Nepal. On the 25th of April, just before noon local time, as farmers were out in fields and people at home or work, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 8,000 people and injuring more than 21,000 according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. EPA/DANIEL BEREHULAK / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Australian pographer Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times that won Third Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows Bishnu Gurung (3L) weeping as the body of her daughter, Rejina Gurung, 3, (unseen), is recovered from the rubble of her earthquake destroyed home, on May 8, 2015 in the village of Gumda, Nepal. Neighbors discovered the body of the small girl in the collapsed entrance of the Gurung family home, ending a 13 day search for Rejina in the remote mountainous village of Gumda in Gorkha district. EPA/DANIEL BEREHULAK / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • A handout image provided by the World Press Po (WPP) organization on 18 February 2016 shows a picture by Australian pographer Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times that won Third Prize Stories in the General News Category of the 59th annual World Press Po Contest, it was announced by the WPP Foundation in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 18 February 2016. The picture shows Nepalese villagers looking on as they watch a helicopter picking up a medical team, dropping aid at the edge of a makeshift landing zone on May 9, 2015 in the village of Gumda, Nepal. On the 25th of April, just before noon local time, as farmers were out in fields and people at home or work, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 8,000 people and injuring more than 21,000 according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. EPA/DANIEL BEREHULAK / WORLD PRESS PHOTO / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS : EDITORIAL USE ONLY / NO SALES / NO ARCHIVE / NO CROPPING / NO MANIPULATING / USE ONLY FOR SINGLE PUBLICATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORLD PRESS PHOTO AND ITS ACTIVITIES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES/NO ARCHIVES
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "IS Fighter Treated at Kurdish Hospital" by pographer Mauricio Lima for The New York Times which won a first prize in the General News singles category
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Gang-Related Violence" by pographer Niclas Hammarstrom which won a third prize Spot News singles category
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "A Life in Death" by pographer Nacy Borowick which won second prize Long Term Projects
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "A Life in Death" by pographer Nacy Borowick which won second prize Long Term Projects
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Vetluga's Hockey" by pographer Vladimir Pesnya which won the first prize in the Sports Stories category
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "The Power of Nature" by pographer Sergio Tapiro which won the third prize in the Nature Singles category
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Storm Front on Bondi Beach" by pographer Rohan Kelly for the Daily Telegraph which won first prize in the Nature singles category shows a massive cloud tsunami looming over Sydney as a sunbather reads, oblivious to the approaching cloud on Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia, Nov. 6, 2015. (Rohan Kelly/Daily Telegraph, World Press Po via AP)
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Avalanche, 25-27 April, Everest Base Camp, Nepal" by pograher Roberto Schmidt for AFP which won second prize Spot News stories category shows a man suffering from severe head trauma being bundled in a sleeping bag used as a makeshift stretcher while being taken by rescuers to a medical tent moments after the avalanche in Nepal, 25 April 2015. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP, World Press Po via AP)
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Aftermath of Airstrikes in Syria" by pographer Sameer Al-Doumy for AFP which won the first prize in the Spot News stories category shows a wounded man walking out of a dust cloud following reported airstrikes in the town of Hamouria, Syria, Dec. 9, 2015.(Sameer Al-Doumy/AFP, World Press Po via AP)
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Vetluga's Hockey" by pographer Vladimir Pesnya which won the first prize in the Sports Stories category shows the match between junior teams from Vetluga and village Sharanga in Vetluga, Russia, Feb. 19, 2015. Vetluga's hockey players of an amateur team in provincial Russia are pographed before, during and after a game in the regional championship in Vetluga, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia. (Vladimir Pesnya, World Press Po via AP)
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Into the Light" by pographer Zohreh Saberi which won the third prize in the Daily Life Singles category shows Raheleh, who was born blind, standing behind the window in the morning. She likes the warmness of the sunlight on her face. Babol, Mazandaran, Iran, Nov. 12, 2015. (Zohren Saberi/Mehrnews Agency, World Press Po via AP)
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Emily and Kate and Eddie and Reid" by pographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz which won a third prize in the Contemporary Issues stories category
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Under the Cover of Darkness" by pographer Paul Hansen for Dagens Nyheter which won second prize General News
  • In this image released by World Press Po titled "Citizen Journalism in Brazil's Favelas" by pographer Sebastian Liste for Noor agency
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