Frank Devlyn, President of Devlyn Group in Mexico City, Mexico
Juan Mari Arzak, chef-owner of one of the top 10 restaurants in the world - and his daughter Elena in San Sebastián, Spain
Gloria Marina Icu Puluc (R), midwife from the Asociación Civil de Comadronas Tradicionales de Chimaltenango, Guatemala
Jean-Claude Coustillères, one of the last hat makers in Septfonds, France
Ana Sánchez Vázquez tidies up her daughter Noemi's grave at a cemetery in Tizayuca, Mexico.
On the grave hangs a faded photograph of the murdered 19-year-old and the words "we demand justice."
Luz Betsaida Orozco Pineda and her new born baby at their home in Juchitán, Mexico.
Now 14, Luz became pregnant when she was 13 after being “stolen” according to the Zapotec Indigenous tradition.
Guillaume Lotigie, General manager at IPSEN Mexico
Delia Citlalli Pineda Corzo, a 21-year-old Mexican girl, diagnosed with Prader-Willi syndrome in Mexico City, Mexico
José Angel Mendieta, a six-year-old Mexican boy, diagnosed with Prader-Willi syndrome in Mexico City, Mexico
Jude Ssebyanzi, Director of the Uganda Albinos Association
Simon John, a 18-year-old Sudanese man with albinism in Yambio, Sudan
Yusufu Sereman (C), a 2-year-old Tanzanian boy with albinism in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
A worker with sisal fibers in Yucatán, Mexico
Hélène Pomes, French farmer in the Gers department in France. She raises ducks and geese for foie gras.
Jacques Pomes, French farmer in the Gers department in France. He raises ducks and geese for foie gras.
Yoweri Museveni, President of Uganda
Dr. Martha Martin Dar, MP and Head of the National Assembly's Health Committee in Juba, South Sudan
An Arrow Boys patrols to defend his village against LRA attacks in Western Equatoria State, South Sudan
A closeted homosexual in Kampala, Uganda.
With the perspective of the anti-homosexuality bill, the gay community has lived in fear for their lives
Members of the Dinka tribe from Bor, Jonglei State, South Sudan