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Photography project explores Mount Kenya’s declining glaciers
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22/12/2014 Simon Norfolk/Institute, for The New York Times Acclaimed photographer Simon Norfolk has recently visited Mount Kenya to photograph the vanishing glaciers. His series, featured recently in the New York Times magazine, highlights the boundaries of where the ice used...
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PhotoVoice launch at Getty Images Gallery
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07/10/2014 On October 7th, PhotoVoice launched a new website, membership scheme, and brand identity at a special celebration event which took place at Getty Images Gallery. © Christie Lau/PhotoVoice The launch was attended by a cross-section from the photographic, social...
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Children as Agents for Change
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31/07/2014 CEO Tom Elkins talks about his first speaking engagement at a conference in Switzerland Travelling up a mountain in a foreign country at night, in the pouring rain, and the only inhabitant of a two carriage train was not...
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Shooting Kabul
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Afghani girls reflect on their country’s turbulent past.
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CAFOD Wash Project
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A water and sanitary health project in Zimbabwe.
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Images of Foul Play
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Caste Discrimination is one of the worst and most widespread human rights abuses existing today. It is India’s ‘Hidden Apartheid’.
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Able Voices
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PhotoVoice partnered with Healthlink World Wide to give disabled communities across Africa and Asia a platform to voice their needs, concerns and experiences.
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Making Waves
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In 2005 PhotoVoice worked in partnership with Save the Children to put cameras in the hands of young people whose lives had been devastated by the tsunami that hit Sir Lanka in 2004.
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Eyes of Youth
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PhotoVoice partnered with World Vision to use photography to explore, highlight and discuss potential solutions to a range of social issues affecting a deprived area of Albania.
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(Wo)manifestos for Positive Women
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A participatory photography project with women from the BAME community who are living with HIV.
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