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and Mahmoud Raslan’s haunting image of 5 year old Syrian child Omran Daqneesh in Aleppo. Real Chuffed to have my image part of such an amazing collection.My pic of beaten 20 year old Iraqi asylum seeker Abdullatif was made at the Manus Island Papua New Guinea police watch house during a visit to document the island’s detainees.
including Cameron Spencer’s Getty image of Usain Bolt, Burhan Ozbilici’s startling AP image of Mevlut Mert Altintas after murdering Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov, Jonathan Bachman’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ Baton Rouge protest pic of Ieshia Evans …I came out here on a British government scheme to work as an economist for the Papua New Guinean government. I'm submerged in not one, but two new cultures here in Port Moresby - Papua New Guinean and Australian.There are large numbers of Aussies here as it's so close - less than an hour's flight from Cairns.The sleepy coastal village of Hanuabada sits on the north western outskirts of Papua New Guinea's capital, Port Moresby, and is probably best known for producing half of PNG's national cricket team.What it is less known for is being a safe haven for Port Moresby's gay and transgender community.How is it that a country as richly endowed with natural resources as Papua New Guinea with multinational mining companies flocking there like bees to a honey pot is actually going backwards when it comes to key social indicators such as wealth and life expectancy?
Well, in looking for answers to that imponderable, Dateline video journalist Amos Roberts travelled hundreds of kilometres into PNG's rugged highlands where the latest mega-project - the biggest in the history of that troubled nation - is under way. REPORTER: Amos Roberts Papua New Guinea's Southern Highlands - beneath these mountains lie great riches.
I've developed a bit of a twang from hanging around with all the Australians.
I can no longer say "water" properly, it comes out like "warder" and I've picked up "fair dinkum" and all that nonsense.
Homosexuality is illegal in Papua New Guinea, punishable by up to 14 years in prison, but actual prosecutions are not common, and the laws are rarely enforced.
Instead, it is the hate crimes, violence and discrimination incited by the law that puts gay and transgender Papua New Guineans at risk.
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