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Adam Ferguson

澳洲, 紐約時報
人物肖像 系列 第一名
年度照片入圍作品

2017年 8月 29日至 9月 22日
這是一系列在奈及利亞博爾諾州的邁杜古里市拍下的肖像照,照片中的女孩曾被博科哈拉姆的武裝份子綁架。博科哈拉姆是一個以奈及利亞為據點的伊斯蘭武裝組織,其名意 謂「禁止西方教育」。2014年起,他們攻擊學校,綁架了超過 2名女人和女孩,並將她們打扮得美麗動人,綁上炸藥,下令她們在人群眾多之處引爆炸彈;但照片中的她們沒有引爆,反而成功脫逃並得到援助。女性自殺炸彈客被武裝份子視為一種新式武器。此組織在 2017年的一至三月以 27名孩童進行了自殺炸彈攻擊,而前一年同時期則只有 9名。


Adam Ferguson

Australia, for The New York Times
People 1st Prize Stories
Nominee, World Press Photo of the Year

29 August - 22 September 2017
Portraits of girls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants, taken in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria. The girls were made up to look beautiful, strapped with explosives, and ordered to blow themselves up in crowded areas, but managed to escape and find help instead of detonating the bombs. Boko Haram—a Nigeria-based militant Islamist group whose name translates roughly to ‘Western education is forbidden’—expressly targets schools and has abducted more than 2,000 women and girls since 2014. Female suicide bombers are seen by the militants as a new weapon of war. The group used 27 children in suicide attacks in the first quarter of 2017, compared to nine during the same period the previous year.

Anna Boyiazis

美國
人物肖像 系列 第二名

2016年 10月 17日至 12月 29日
游泳教練 Chema(17歲)在南威村附近的海中,於潛入水中前彈了一下手指。傳統上,尚吉巴群島的女孩們並不被鼓勵學習游泳,主因是伊斯蘭文化的嚴格戒律,以及合宜泳裝的缺乏。但在尚吉巴群島北端的村落,「Panje(意為大魚)計畫」提供了當地婦女穿全身泳裝學習游泳技能的機會,讓她們可以在不違背文化和宗教信仰的前提下游泳。


Anna Boyiazis

USA
People 2nd Prize Stories

17 October - 29 December 2016
Swimming instructor Chema (17) snaps her fingers as she disappears underwater, in the ocean near the village of Nungwi.
Traditionally, girls in the Zanzibar archipelago are discouraged from learning how to swim, largely because of the strictures of a conservative Islamic culture and the absence of modest swimwear. But in villages on the northern tip of Zanzibar, the Panje Project (panje translates as ‘big fish’) is providing opportunities for local women and girls to acquire swimming skills in full-length swimsuits, so that they can enter the water without compromising their cultural or religious beliefs.