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Finding Purpose Through Photography
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10/05/2018 Founder and Executive Director of Cameras for Kids, Daniel Wessell writes for us on his passion for participatory photography and the story behind his organisation. Life has a funny way of unfolding. One door leads to another and before...
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Mindful Photography for improved wellbeing: See your life, work and world with fresh eyes
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02/05/2018 Past PhotoVoice trainee Ruth Davey writes for us on photography and mindfulness. She describes how the two can complement one another and support people living with mental health challenges.  In September 2014, photography started to take on a whole...
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The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award
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06/04/2018 FotoDocument Director, Nina Emett writes for us on the Marilyn Stafford Reportage Award, supporting female documentary photographers. Inspired by Marilyn Stafford's prolific photographic career, the award will grant the overall winner £2,000 and will have their work exhibited in...
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Hen
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Fashion and documentary photographer, Bex Day writes for us on her recent photography project 'Hen'. Working with the transgender community, her photographs feature subjects over the age of 40 and explore themes such as loss and discovery. Bex is currently...
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Training Prices Have Changed
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The PhotoVoice participatory photography training programme is a must for anyone thinking of running their own project. We cover everything from photography as a participatory medium to facilitation, ethics and workshop design. Many past training attendees have gone on to run their...
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Why it’s time for visual journalism to include a solutions focus
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12/03/2018 Director of Communications at World Press, David Campbell, shares his thoughts on photojournalism and the need for a 'constructive' or 'solutions' approach to journalism.  This article was originally published on Witness. I have long been concerned with what photographs...
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National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Raising Day
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March 18th was a day to unite the world in a bid against Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).  The National Working Group (NWG), a UK network of over 14,500 professionals all tackling the issue of CSE and human trafficking, started the National...
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Life between water and sand
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Supported by her PhotoVoice training and the PhotoVoice manual, PhD candidate Elaine Flores undertook her own participatory photography project funded by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine “Promoting resilience and mental well-being among communities affected by El Niño-related floods...
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PhotoVoice and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance announce new collaboration
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PhotoVoice is pleased to announce a new project working with the International HIV/AIDS Alliance. Over the next twelve months, PhotoVoice will be delivering a series of participatory photography workshops in three countries, Uganda, Myanmar and Nigeria, in support of one...
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How Photography Helped me: Zaklina Anderson
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05/03/2018 Photography has therapeutic benefits that can provide catharsis for those who need it. Photographer, Zaklina Anderson had to leave her place of birth, Yugoslavia due to the civil war. She writes for us on photography, displacement and the healing process.  ...
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