Project Update – MAMPU
Kate Watson, PhotoVoice's Projects Manager, gives an update on our MAMPU project, which looks to address issues relating to Indonesian women affected by migrant work. Indonesia’s diversity remains unmatched in the world. The country has over 17,000 islands, which are home to over...
Our Projects in 2015 – a review
Becky Warnock, Projects Manager for PhotoVoice, reflects on her views on PhotoVoice’s  projects over the course of 2015. I'm writing this post in a hotel in Jakarta, having completed our second trip working with Indonesian women migrant workers, in partnership...
Photographers volunteering to help refugee crisis in LesVos
06 Jan 2016 Photographers Paul Hill and Maria Falconer are planning to spend five weeks volunteering on the Greek island of LesVos. They are providing assistance to the thousands of refugees who have made it to the island. Maria, a...
Campaigning through images: exploring housing rights in North London
06 Jan 2016 Students from the Development Planning Unit at UCL have worked with CitizensUK and PhotoVoice to conduct a series of action research activities with the objective to record and collect the housing experiences of distinct groups in North London....
Leica Hosts an Interactive Photo Trail in Support of PhotoVoice
Jan 04 2016 Leica's Store City in London has announced a new activity in support of PhotoVoice, announcing an interactive London photo trail with the proceeds donated to support our work. The interactive photo walk will take place on 20th January 2016, and lead participants through...
Voices on International Migrants Day
Currently, Kate and Becky, PhotoVoice's Projects Managers, are far away from London’s wintery Christmas build up, working hard in Indonesia. They are completing fieldwork as part of the evaluation of one of our latest international projects with our partners MAMPU. The project...
Taking ownership of images in Ethiopia
Kate Watson, Projects Manager at PhotoVoice writes about her experiences in Ethiopia as part of the BRACED project, and the progression of photography in Africa as local communities take ownership of their images. Perhaps even more than other sub-Saharan countries,...
BRACED – Building Resilience and Adaption to Climate Extremes and Disasters
Building resilience in communities vulnerable to climate extremes and disasters in high-risk locations in Ethiopia.
Workshops at the CATS Conference
Becky Warnock, Projects Manager at PhotoVoice talks about her experiences at a conference this summer. In July, Tom and I were lucky enough to spend a week in the beautiful Swiss town of Caux, attending the annual CATS conference. CATS stands...
No Man’s Land
Photographer Nana Varveropoulou, discusses 'No Man’s Land', a collaborative project that explores experiences of indefinite immigration detention. There are currently approximately 2500 people detained under immigration law in the UK. Under this law, a person can be detained indefinitely. People can be held...