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#Dysturb are a community of freelance photojournalists who place current international photojournalism in public spaces.

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 17, 2017

Mami Yulie (above left), 56, leader of the Indonesian transgender community (locally known as Waria) sleeps with her companion, Agus (right), 38, in her house which she turned into a shelter for elderly Waria without means of living. Mami Yulie tells about her relationship with Agus, her companion: "We can accept each other strengths and weaknesses. He respects me and I respect him. This is what made our relationship lasts for more than 16 years until now. His care and attention make me believe that I am not alone. That there is always someone there for me. We can be together this long because he is willing to understand my life and I am willing to understand his." Depok, Jakarta, Indonesia. January 22, 2013. This image was taken by , and was installed on the corner of Albion street & Sydney Road, . On a side note, a big thanks to all those who participated in our latest campaign in ! We'd like to give a special thanks to for helping to bring this campaign to life. Photo:

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 9, 2017

to printing Journal 01: Climate! 🎥

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 8, 2017

Above is Tania, a fifteen-year-old girl who lives at Dipalok 3 Drop-in Centre in . She arrived here when she was ten years old for . When Tania was fourteen years old, she was forced to a twenty-one-year-old man with mental problems. She moved into her mother-in-law’s house where she was beaten and made to do work, she was also forced into but never saw any money, all her belongings were taken away from her. Tania divorced her , which was very difficult for her as her parents did not believe her story. Once her mother knew the truth, she helped her daughter. Bangladesh, . January 19, . Disclaimer: All the real names of the children in this story have been changed to protect their identity. This image was installed as part of our global campaign. Photo: /

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 6, 2017

There are a lot of hidden gems in & around , like in . For their open studio in , we installed ’s large format image of in at the archives located on level 6. The caption of the image: , Ecuador. 2013. A group of take a break from picking shells in the mangroves of the Cayapas Mataje Reserve in the Northwestern coast of Ecuador. as young as 9 years old pick shells amidst the to contribute to their . Even though black shells are a culinary delicacy in Ecuador, shell pickers are only paid 8 cents of a dollar per shell. On average, pickers will find between 50 and 100 shells in a day’s work.The mangroves of the Cayapas Mataje Reserve are the tallest in the world and one of the last vestiges of this type of in the country. Mangroves are not only rich ecosystems, they are valuable in protecting coastal areas from and rising sea levels caused by . 📸:

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 5, 2017

What do relationships look like in ? Visit 21 Power Street, (opposite ), to learn about a relationship of a lesbian couple (pictured above) in the country. “Hold my hand, this is my reward for your courage” D. & O. are a lesbian couple. On October 19th, they were returning in a great mood from a jazz concert. It ended quite late, so they went home on the last subway train. They got out of the subway and went their usual way, holding hands. O heard quick footsteps, and suddenly felt a strong blow to her head. They were attacked from behind without saying a thing. One of the assailants beat them in turn, shouting: “No !”. All this time his friend stood by filming what was happening on his phone, probably to show off to other friends. This lasted a few minutes. Finally, the assailant shouted that he would kill them if he ever saw D&O again. Then they were gone. St Petersburg, Russia. November 9, 2014 Photo: /

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 5, 2017

What’s different in ? Our team installed ’s photograph (pictured) on the corner of Albion street & Sydney Road, . Keep your eyes peeled! The caption of this photograph reads: , , . January 22, 2013. Mami Yulie, 56, leader of the n community (locally known as ) sleeps with her companion, Agus, 38, in her house which she turned into a shelter for elderly Waria without means of living. Mami Yulie tells about her relationship with Agus, her companion: "We can accept each other strengths and weaknesses. He respects me and I respect him. This is what made our relationship lasts for more than 16 years until now. His care and attention make me believe that I am not alone. That there is always someone there for me. We can be together this long because he is willing to understand my life and I am willing to understand his." 📷

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 4, 2017

Pictured above is Miro (left), 25, and Imran (right), 21. They are a couple living together. Miro describes their because he says, they are gay: “We heard people stoning the door and windows while shouting, telling us to immediately leave the house, claiming that we are a curse to the village… after a while, the door broke and we were pulled out thrown on the ground, beaten and flogged for almost an hour. We were half dead and they burnt all things in the house in the process.” Miro spent four days in police cells before being released. While many countries around the world are legally recognizing same-sex relationships, individuals in nearly 80 countries face criminal sanctions for private consensual relationships with another adult of the . We’ve installed this large format image taken by at the Fitzroy Swimming Pool in , . Photo: /

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 3, 2017

via ⚡️ Our Journal : Climate has been spotted in in !

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Nov 1, 2017

Manal Assaf (32) is the wife of Imad (37). Imad was sentenced to 25 years. This is the story of prisoners’ wives who have turned to smuggling in order to conceive from their husbands who are serving long-term sentences. Around 7,000 Palestinians are serving time in , with nearly 1,000 facing sentences of 20 years or more. visits are denied and prisoners are separated from visitors by glass panels. In the past two years, 30 babies have been born through . The Razan Fertility Clinic in Nablus and the Al-Basma Fertility Clinic in Gaza offer the treatment to prisoners’ wives free of charge, freezing around 70 prisoners' samples and receiving more from behind the prison bars. are allowed visits every two weeks and these last for only 45 minutes. members must be first-degree relatives. After a thorough body search, visitors are able to talk to their loved ones through a telephone from behind a glass window. Physical contact is forbidden, except for prisoners’ children, who are allowed ten minutes at the end of each visit to embrace their fathers. This is the secret way prisoners’ sperm manages to leave the prisons and is these women’s only hope for a family. It is also one of their opportunities to join the Palestinian resistance. This image & story captured by was included in the campaign in . Photo:

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Oct 29, 2017

📍 has copies of the Journal! If you haven’t been able to find a copy, you can order one online. Visit the link in our bio for more deets 👆🏽

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Oct 29, 2017

's “The Pink Choice” shows the love between couples in the , focusing on living spaces, affectionate touches and the synchronized rhythm of sharing life together. Pictured is an image the photo essay, which was installed in & . The caption of this photograph: City, . June 22, . Phan Thi Thuy Vy (1992) and Dang Thi Bich Bay (1992), both students, relax and watch television at the end of the day. They have been together for a year. Vietnam has historically been unwelcoming to relationships, but its government is considering recognizing same-sex - which would make it the first country to do so, despite past issues and a long-standing . Photo:

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Dysturb @dysturb Instagram Photo / Video — Oct 29, 2017

In ? Pick up your copy of Journal : Climate from 👆🏼 This issue looks at & the impact it has had. It includes powerful imagery by & much more.

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