PhotoVoice

Mindset, Approach, Perspective
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A research programme to understand the impact of Scotland's first Managed Alcohol Programme on individuals experiencing homelessness and alcohol dependence.
Funding Impact Photography
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The Henry Smith Charity approached PhotoVoice to design and deliver a short workshop series, in order to evaluate the impact of their funding on organisations.
Stay Strong Photo Stories – Karine Versluis
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"Creativity connects and can help to look at situations from a different perspective."
The Voice of Women – In Her Shoes – Rebecca Rowan
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"The therapeutic photography process provided the ideal tool to support people from diverse immigration backgrounds and with different level of English to support their feelings and emotions."
‘Connection: Time to Rethink Migration’ – Gerard Liston
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"The images are deliberately intended to be disconcerting – even slightly dystopian."
Mockups Design
New PhotoVoice Methodology Resource
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PhotoVoice has published a new resource titled 'Categories of Assignment in Participatory Photography'
Categories of Assignment in Participatory Photography
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This paper explores some of the categories of photographic assignment which might be given to participants during a participatory photography project.
Better Conversations about Ethical Storytelling
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‘Better Conversations about Ethical Storytellingbrings together different perspectives to inspire more and better conversations about ethical storytelling. 
Training Spotlight: MS Argyll
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Karen McCurry, Centre Manager at the Snowdrop Centre in Argyll, shares her perspectives on the PhotoVoice training they received. 
PhotoVoice’s Statement of Ethical Practice
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PhotoVoice’s Statement of Ethical Practice is a set of considerations and principles which govern how we design and deliver participatory photography programmes.