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Cette image montre une injustice car nous voyons clairement sur cette que des gens vivent dans la misère des favelas au Brésil et juste à côté un hôtel de luxe pour des personnes aisée financièrement. MG

The stark divide between wealth and poverty in the Paraisopolis favela, Sao Paulo.

Fotografías aéreas que revelan las escenas de desigualdad que existen en Sudáfrica

Fotografías aéreas que revelan las escenas de desigualdad que existen en Sudáfrica

maryjangela:  Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  By David Sidhom, 2011. http://500px.com/photo/4536538

Favela in Brazil had the pleasure to tour here and train bjj with the local kids. They were incredible raw power and athleticism.

In Mexico City, boundaries between poverty and affluence are very stark.

Photos From Above That Show The Insane Divide Between Rich And Poor

'This image has not been modified. It's time to change that.' - photographer Oscar Ruíz partnered with Publicis Mexico for an awareness-raising campaign called Erase the Differences – to cast light on community development issues and inequality in Mexico.

Kowloon Walled City. Once perhaps the most densely populated place on Earth, with 50,000 people crammed into only a few blocks of more than 300 interconnected buildings, all constructed without a single architect. Eventually both the British and Chinese authorities found the city to be increasingly intolerable. The quality of life and sanitary conditions were far behind the rest of Hong Kong and plans were made to demolish the buildings. Photo by Greg Girard & Ian Lamboth.

Kowloon Walled City: A rare insight into one of the most densely populated places on earth which housed 50,000 people

Ian Lambot and Greg Girard is raising funds for City of Darkness Revisited on Kickstarter! A unique record of life in Kowloon Walled City, before its demolition in 1993 the most densely populated place on the planet.

Colorful slums of Sao Paulo, Brazil create a seemingly picturesque composition of the quickly adapting society.

Sao Paulo, Brazil -- Colorful slums create a seemingly picturesque composition of the quickly adapting society.

Wrong side of the tracks: Manicured lawns, smart driveways and a concealing screen of greenery separate the affluent homes from their less wealthy equivalents

Mexico divided: Stark photos show urban wealth and povertyside-by-side

PHOTOGRAPH: ~ Cape Town, South Africa

PHOTOGRAPH: ~ Cape Town, South Africa

Ecology of Colour,© Jim Stephenson

Galería de Ecology of Colour / Studio Weave - 12

Ecology of Colour,© Jim Stephenson

Rising 45 stories, Torre David is the world's tallest informal settlement, housing an estimated 3,000 residents. The tower was planned for commercial use, but construction stopped in the early 1990s and squatting began in 2007. Since then a community has emerged, repurposing the building with living spaces, a church, a gym, and shops.

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Le site inca de Machu Picchu au Pérou, l'une des 7 merveilles du monde moderne

Le site inca de Machu Picchu au Pérou, l'une des 7 merveilles du monde moderne

Maya Architecture, Road Trips, Inca, Machu Picchu, Travel Goals, Le Sud, Monuments, Temples, Le Monde

Links Reichtum, rechts Armut: Der US-amerikanische Fotograf Johnny Miller hat...

Divided cities: South Africa's apartheid legacy photographed by drone

Laundry Day in Shanghai, China. We were told that people dry their laundry in the sunshine for good luck.

Reminds me of Singapore Laundry Day in Shanghai, China. We were told that people dry their laundry in the sunshine for good luck.

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