Photojournalist Lucas Barioulet receives a Visa d’or in Perpignan for his coverage of the war in Ukraine for “Le Monde”

Photojournalist Lucas Barioulet receives a Visa d'or in Perpignan for his coverage of the war in Ukraine for "Le Monde"

34e international photojournalism festival rewarded several photographers for their work on the war in Ukraine, including Lucas Barioulet who received the Rémi-Ochlik prize from the city of Perpignan for The worldaccording to a list made public on Saturday 3 September.

In the center of kyiv, on April 28, 2022.
Young recruits from the Lubart Battalion take part in training in an abandoned Soviet building in Ukraine on March 20, 2022.
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The Golden Visa of the international daily press also awarded the work on the war in Ukraine by Mads Nissen for the Danish daily politics and Visa d’or news praised Evgeniy Maloletka’s Mariupol reporting for the Associated Press.

On a train to Poland from Lviv, a woman and her children bid farewell to their husband and father after fleeing their home in Kharkiv, March 6, 2022.
A woman in front of a fire truck destroyed by shellfire.  Mariupol, Ukraine, March 10, 2022.

Four other Visa d’or were awarded:

  • Le Visa d’or magazine to Brent Stirton (Getty Images) for National Geographic and its bushmeat investigation
Jonas Manguba, a Bayaka from the Republic of Congo, started hunting with his father at an early age.  As part of an initiative of the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Sustainable Wildlife Management Program, tribes like Jonas's can participate in legal and controlled hunts up to twice a month on the edge of the National Park of Nouabale-Ndoki.
  • The Humanitarian Golden Visa from the International Committee of the Red Cross to Sameer Al-Doumy (AFP) for his report on the migration crisis in northern France
Migrants aboard a boat navigating rough waters between Sangatte and Cape Blanc-Nez in the English Channel as they attempt to cross the maritime border between France and the United Kingdom on August 27, 2020.
  • The Franceinfo digital information Golden Visa for the project ” Africa’s rising cities » directed by Max Bearak, Dylan Moriarty and Julia Ledur and broadcast by the washington post
A view of the Idumota market in a commercial district of Lagos, Nigeria, on June 22, 2021.
  • The Honorary Golden Visa Figaro Magazineintended to reward the work of a photographer for his entire professional career, to Alain Keler (Myop).

In addition, three scholarships were awarded to Natalya Saprunova, Irene Baqué and Philémon Barbier – also collaborator of World as well as five prizes for journalists Hervé Lequeux, Laura Morton, Alain Schroeder, Fabiola Ferrero and Rebecca Conway.

  • Read also, with photos by Lucas Barioulet:
Reportage : Article reserved for our subscribers “To be honest, I would just like to go far, far from here”: in Lviv, an orphanage in the war
Narrative : Article reserved for our subscribers Four women in Ukraine tell their daily life outside the Donbass: “We don’t know what tomorrow will bring so we are saving”
Reportage : Article reserved for our subscribers In Lviv, the poignant funerals of Dmytro, Kyrylo and Vassyl, soldiers who died at the front
Narrative : Six months of war in Ukraine in photos

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