PhotoVoice

‘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.
New Londoners book given to new Hackney Citizens
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New citizens in Hackney will be gifted a copy of the PhotoVoice book ‘New Londoners’.
Focus on Communities
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‘Communities in Focus’ is a project funded by the Postcode Society Trust, working with users of community centres in Tower Hamlets and Hackney.
Our World Now
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Using photography with staff and pupils of One Arm Point Community School in Australia, so key community members can share their perspectives with their school and the wider community.
PhotoVoice Contributes to New Resource about Ethical Storytelling
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PhotoVoice has contributed to a new resource about ethical storytelling developed by Devex and M&C Saatchi World Services.