Photojournalist Lucas Barriolet received a Visa d’Or in Perpignan for his coverage of the war in Ukraine for “Le Monde”.

The 34e The International Photojournalism Festival has rewarded several photographers for their work on the war in Ukraine, including Lucas Barriolet, who received the Rémy-Oglic prize from the city of Perpignan. the worldAccording to the list made public on Saturday, September 3.

At the center of Kew, on April 28, 2022.
Young personnel from the Lupard Battalion participate in training at an abandoned Soviet building in Ukraine on March 20, 2022.
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The international daily newspaper Golden Visa also contributed to the Danish daily Mats Nissen’s work on the war in Ukraine. Politics And Visa d’or News hails Mariupol reporting by Evgeniy Maloletka for the Associated Press.

A woman and her children say goodbye to their husband and father on a train from Lviv to Poland after leaving their home in Kharkiv on March 6, 2022.
A woman was destroyed by shell fire in front of a fire engine.  Mariupol, Ukraine, March 10, 2022.

Four more Visa d’Ors were awarded:

  • Le Visa d’or Magazine for Brent Stirton (Getty Images). National Geographic and its Bushmeat investigation
Jonas Manguba, from the Republic of Congo, started hunting with his father at an early age.  As part of an initiative by the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Sustainable Wildlife Management Program, tribes like the Jonas can participate in legal and controlled hunts up to twice a month on the edge of Naubale-Ntogi National Park.
  • Samir Al-Doumi (AFP) was awarded a Humanitarian Golden Visa by the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Migrants on a boat travel through rough waters between Sangthe and Cap Blanc-Nez in the English Channel as they try to cross the sea border between France and the United Kingdom on August 27, 2020.
  • Franceinfo digital information for the program Golden Visa ” Africa’s Emerging Cities » Directed and broadcast by Max Birock, Dylan Moriarty and Julia Ledore The Washington Post
A view of the Itumota market in the business district of Lagos, Nigeria on June 22, 2021.
  • Honorary Golden Visa Picaro magazineAlain Keller (Myop) is intended to reward the work of a photographer.

Also, three scholarships were awarded to Natalia Sabrunova, Irene Back and Philemon Barbier. Collaborator Monde as well as five prizes for journalists Hervé Lequeux, Laura Morton, Alain Schroeder, Fabiola Ferrero and Rebecca Conway.

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