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The House that Bleeds
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When his brothers in law disappeared in Iguala, Mexico Yael Martínez turned to photography. His images capture the grief that many families in the state of Guerrero feel. The violence fuelled by the drug trade has caused many disappearances. [gdlr_space...
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Ten Questions with… Tom Stoddart
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PhotoVoice is interviewing established photographers to gain a wider insight into the power of photography and the different approaches to ethical issues. This month, we interviewed Tom Stoddart on his photography and his passion for the medium. Tom Stoddart is a...
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#Dysturb & The Expansion of the Frame
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Kyla Woods from #Dysturb, a community that aims to make photojournalism accessible to a wider audience by placing large scale news pictures in the streets, writes for PhotoVoice on the future of photojournalism.  It has been on the lips of every photographer,...
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The Ethics of Photography in Calais
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Having previously taken the PhotoVoice training programme Rob Pinney writes of his experiences in 'The Jungle' in Calais and his future participatory photography project.  ‘The Jungle’ — the term used to refer to the shanty town settlements that have become synonymous with...
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Alexander Mourant – Masai
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05/ 04 / 2016 The fourth blog in a five-part series, Alexander Mourant writes for PhotoVoice on his experiences with the RAW foundation. “I speak of Africa and golden joys.” Shakespeare, Henry IV: Part 2. Often, in the early hours...
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Alexander Mourant – Ethiopia and Kenya
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The third in a five-part series from Alexander Mourant on his experiences on RAW Foundation’s journey through Africa. Ethiopia The quest continues in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia. We were quite fortunate to go speak to the Head of...
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Having Our Say Too – Sharing my Experience
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Stuart Higgins, Barnardo's SECOS Project Worker writes of his experiences on the 'Having Our Say Too' project.  Barnardos SECOS (Sexual Exploitation of Children On the Streets) is a specialist project working with young people and families effected through Child Sexual Exploitation...
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Sudan: Africa’s plastic footprint
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Alexander Mourant, photographer and participant on RAW Foundation’s journey through Africa, November 2015 – March 2016, talks about using photography to create awareness, social change and important solutions to single-use plastic waste. This is the second in a five part series...
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‘Chedino & Family’ Life as a Transwoman in South Africa
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Documentary photographer Julia Gunther tells the very personal story of Chedino, who was born a man but has been living the life of a woman for the past 17 years in the suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa.  Although South...
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Cairo to Cape Town: Africa’s plastic footprint
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Alexander Mourant, photographer and participant on RAW Foundation’s journey through Africa, November 2015 - March 2016, talks about using photography to create awareness, social change and important solutions to single-use plastic waste. This is the first in a five part...
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