Every people is a treasure for humanity. The most vital societies that history has known have always been those characterised by great ethnic and cultural diversity. UNESCO defines cultural diversity as "a defining characteristic of humanity" and that's why it represents "the common heritage of humanity and should be recognized and affirmed for the benefit of present and future generations".
Atlas of Humanity was established in line with this thought and translates it into a collection of images and stories from around the world, thanks to the work of photographers and reporters from all corners of the globe, often invisible to the general public, sometimes due to the obscurantist policies of certain governments.
The hope is that the natural admiration for these great pictures, will be followed by an even deeper sensitivity towards humanity on a daily basis. Each of us has the duty to help preserve our species and each one of us can do it in our own way, according to our talents, but also with the small and big acts of everyday life. (Read More)