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Alessandro Rampazzo

Helsinki, Finland
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About Alessandro
Alessandro Rampazzo is an Italian photo and video journalist based in Helsinki, Finland.
Since 2011 he's been working as photojournalist in Europe, Middle-East and South America.
His stories and pictures have been published all around the world in some of the most important magazines and newspapers.
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English French Italian
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Feature Stories Corporate Content Photography
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Politics Current Affairs Social
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Finnish footbridge collapse injures 27, mostly children

26 Oct 2023  |  www.enca.com
A temporary footbridge collapse in Espoo, Finland, injured 27 people, mostly schoolchildren on a field trip. The accident occurred when wooden planks gave way, causing the group to fall five meters onto a road. Emergency services responded quickly, and most injuries were limb fractures with no life-threatening conditions. The cause of the collapse is under investigation, with authorities looking into potential criminal negligence. Weekly inspections had been conducted on the bridge, with no prior indications of structural issues. A crisis team has been set up to support the affected school.

Finnish Footbridge Collapse Injures 27, Mostly Children

11 May 2023  |  International Business Times
A temporary footbridge collapse in Espoo, Finland, injured 27 people, mostly schoolchildren on a field trip. The accident occurred when wooden planks gave way, causing the group to fall onto a road. Most injuries were limb fractures, with no life-threatening conditions reported. The cause of the collapse is under investigation, and the contractor is cooperating with authorities. Weekly inspections had been conducted on the bridge, with no prior indications of issues. A crisis team has been set up at the affected school.

photo documentary on Kihnu island in Estonia, realised for AFP

photo documentary on the conditions of Italian families taking care of their disable relatives

Violence against women: will everything get better?

30 May 2020  |  la Repubblica
During the pandemic, calls to anti-violence centers from women have increased exponentially. With the easing of domestic confinement, the article explores the tools and strategies available to women to embark on a path to freedom and autonomy. Campaigns by Telefono Donna and Fondazione Cariplo, as well as warnings from Cadmi, highlight the ongoing issue of violence against women.

Fear and paranoia lead Finns to form vigilante groups that ‘protect women’ from asylum seekers

23 Jan 2016  |  Washington Post
The article discusses the rise of the Soldiers of Odin, a far-right vigilante group in Finland, amidst growing concerns over sexual assaults allegedly committed by asylum seekers in Europe. The group, which includes known neo-Nazis, has begun patrolling streets to protect 'our women.' The incidents of sexual harassment, particularly on New Year's Eve in cities like Cologne and Helsinki, have shifted the debate on the influx of asylum seekers from the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Germany and Denmark have implemented stricter measures for refugees, and public sentiment is increasingly wary of a cultural clash. Critics argue that the danger is exaggerated, while some asylum seekers acknowledge the need to adapt to Western norms. The article also mentions hate crimes against asylum seekers and the fear among both locals and refugees due to these vigilante groups.
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