The journey photojournalist Jack Picone took across a Rwanda in the grips of genocide still haunts him to this day.
Twenty years ago, Jack Picone photographed Nancy just after she was beaten. He wonders what has changed since.
The Thai village of Samut Chin is drowning in an invading sea, with little stopping the advancing destruction.
Nine-year-old Sacha shares his experience of bullying and explains how he became an anti-bullying advocate.
Long-necked Ma Da’s image travels all over the world – while she lives as a refugee on the Thai-Myanmar border.
From Rwanda to the former Yugoslavia, photojournalist Jack Picone shares his most disturbing memories of war.
A 1,200 mile long photographic journey, documenting the fear, faith and everyday survival of those living in exile.
The story of one man’s life – and death – with Aids.