Coming in November:
Forced Migration and Mental Health
EYEWITNESSES, AND SURVIVORS
Thirty Years of Post-Conflict Reportage
Life After War: Trapped is a collection of portraits from countries around the world where corruption is so corrosive that degradation of human beings -- the abuse, abduction, sale, trade, and disappearance – is a thriving industry, operating with impunity. In some arenas, the targets are selected groups; in others, entire populations. Among the complicit: governments, gangs, militias, and private business, all parties to the trade on human life. For the 30 years I've been chronicling societies as they struggle to come to life after war, degradation has been the precursor to greater conflict. In these turbulent nations, the world’s traffickers find their human resources.