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Calais: A Humanitarian Disaster Unfolding in Slow Motion

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Calais Camp

The good, the bad and the ugly in the Jungle, the refugee camp in Calais, that puts the West to shame. An in-depth reportage co-written with video artist Maaike Engels.

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teun voeten mexico articles

Een moordvrij weekeinde haalt de voorpagina

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Mexico

De moordcijfers in Juarez zijn in 2012 spectacuair gezakt. Dankzij het effectieve ingrijpen van de overheid, of is er meer aan de hand?

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Art and Death in Culiacan

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Mexico

Culiacan is the homebase of Mexico’s most powerful Sinaloa cartel. But it also boasts a dynamic group of artists who use oilpaintings and installations to denounce the violence.

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De dood in Mexicaanse kunst

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Mexico

Culiacan is niet enkel de thuisbasis van het oppermachtige Sinaloa kartel. Er is ook een dynamische groep kunstenaars druk bezig om met installaties en olieverf het geweld aan de kaak te stellen.

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Moord en Spelen

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Honduras

Reportage uit Honduras over de gangcultuur in San Pedro Sula en Tegucigalpa, tegen de achtergrond van de jaarlijkse Paasprocessie in Comayagua.

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Crackdown

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Mexico violence

The first reportage Voeten made about violence and impunity in Juarez for the Canadian magazine The Walrus. PDF version

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teun voeten kigali articles

De oorlog is begonnen

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Genocide Rwanda

Teun Voeten found himself pure coincidentally in Kigali as the only journalist present when the genocide in Rwanda started. Here the original dispatches he wrote for the Flemish paper De Morgen.

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Already at primary school, Voeten showed an interest at journalism, being the editor at the school paper. Over the years he moved on, publishing in major outlets such as Vanity Fair and Newsweek, but in the meantime never shunning small and independent publications. Here you find a selection of his articles, photostories, reviews and more. The handwritten dispatches from the genocide in Rwanda, his notorious essay ‘Neo Vulturism in Contemporary Documentary Photography’, his latest work on Mexico, the many interviews held with Voeten over time, his much discussed opinion articles and much, much more.

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