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Artistes Autistes: un webdocumentaire sur le rôle de la musique pour les personnes autistes | YOUPHIL

Un enfant sur 150 naît autiste en France, et 90% des Français ne le savent pas. A travers ce reportage interactif, Louis Villers et Julie Baldi montrent comment l'usage de la musique peut les aider. Et, pourquoi pas, changer notre regard sur l'autisme.


Stories from the Unemployment Line

On Aug. 3, The Denver Post took a camera and video recorder to the unemployment office in Capitol Hill. We spent the day talking with the jobless and underemployed. Some had been out of work for nearly two years, others for two weeks.


The places we live

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The year 2008 has witnessed a major shift in the way people across the world live: for the first time in human history more people live in cities than in rural areas. This triumph of the urban, however, does not entirely represent progress, as the number of people living in urban slums—often in abject conditions—will soon exceed one billion. From 2005 to 2007 Jonas Bendiksen documented life in the slums of four different cities: Nairobi, Kenya; Mumbai, India; Jakarta, Indonesia; and Caracas, Venezuela. His lyrical images capture the diversity of personal histories and outlooks found in these dense neighborhoods that, despite commonly held assumptions, are not simply places of poverty and misery. Yet, slum residents continuously face enormous challenges, such as the lack of health care, sanitation, and electricity. The Places We Live includes twenty double-gatefold images, each representing an individual home and its denizen’s story. Through its innovative design and experiential approach, The Places We Live brings the modern-day Dickensian reality of these individuals into sharp focus.