World Press Photo 2020, by Yasuyoshi Chiba (AFP).

Khartoum, Sudan, on 19 June 2019

Chiba: "The simple fact that people will recite poems for protesting in such a difficult circumstance."

“It’s a picture of a young person taking a stand against the authorities,” - jury chairman Lekgetho Makola.

All nominated photo's share a trend: young people worldwide are actively shaping their future. The youth confront those in power when their progress and future is threatened.

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