Crédits images

Crédit image 1 : International Women’s Day, by Albert González Farran, UNAMID, licence Creative Commons by (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
« 14 March 2013. Al Koma: Women march in Al Koma village, North Darfur. Nearly 500 men and women in Al Koma village, some 80 kilometers west of El Fasher, celebrated International Women’s Day in an event facilitated by UNAMID’s Gender Advisory Unit and the Government of Sudan. Women leaders from North Darfur attended the event, which featured traditional nomadic songs and dances. »

Crédit image 2 : Global Day of Action Climate March, by Ainhoa Goma/Oxfam, licence Creative Commons by (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
« As world leaders struggle to reach agreement at the COP17 negotiations, civil society, organised labour, faith-based organisations, artists and musicians rallied in a peaceful march through Durban on Saturday 3rd December 2011. »

Crédit image 3 : Tahrir Square Tantawi, by Denis Bocquet, licence Creative Commons by (CC BY 2.0)
« Cairo, Graffiti, Tahrir Square, November 2011. »
Graffiti contre Hussein Tantaoui, chef de l’État égyptien par intérim après la démission d’Hosni Moubarak. Place Tahrir, novembre 2011.

Crédit image 4 : Anti-apartheid artwork, by Nagarjun Kandukuru, licence Creative Commons by (CC BY 2.0)
« Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg, South Africa, April 2013. »

Crédit image 5 : Capoeira Scene, Brazil, 1820-24.
Painted by Augustus Earle (1793-1838); original in National Library of Australia, Canberra (nla.pic-an2822650).
Image Reference IMG03, as shown on, compiled by Jerome Handler and Michael Tuite, and sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and the University of Virginia Library.

Crédit image 6 : UN Mission in the Cape Verde Islands, by UN Photo/Yutaka Nagata, licence Creative Commons by (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
« Cape Verdeans in large numbers gather in Praia, Santiago Island, to welcome a visit from PAIGC Secretary-General, Aristides Pereira, first President of independent Cape Verde. A portrait of Amilcar Cabral, “militante No. 1 de nos povo”, the founder of PAIGC, can be seen on one of their banners. (1 Janvier 1975). »

Crédit image 7 : © Sandra Fancello
« Prière d’intercession pour “débloquer” une demande de visa. Bangui (Centrafrique, 2009). »

Crédit image 8 : Oslo Conference Discusses Aid for Victims of Colonialism and Apartheid, by UN Photo/PAS, licence Creative Commons by (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
« Shown listening to the proceedings are the following representatives (1. to r.): Armando Panguene, Member of the Central Committee of the Frente de Libertacao de Mocambique (FRELIMO); Songa Tondo, of the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA); and Kizola Mulaula, aIso of FNLA. 13 April 1973».

Crédit image 9 : © Sandra Fancello
« Assemblée de fidèles et prière collective pour la guérison divine, Bangui (Centrafrique, 2001). »