Mexican photographer Josué Rivas won the FotoEvidence 2018 award from World Press Photo for his book Standing Strong. The latter will be published in the spring by FotoEvidence, whose project created in 2010 seeks to document human rights violations, injustices and social conflicts through photography.
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