PhotoVoice

Last Summer at Holot Residence
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21/02/2018 Deborah Strauss and Vitali Krivich share with us their participatory photography project at the Holot detention centre in Israel, working directly with refugees before they face deportation. In a few months Sudanese and Eritrean refugee seekers currently living in Israel will...
“What makes you happy?” – Participatory Photography with an indigenous group in Namibia
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08/02/2017 Attila Paksi, writes for PhotoVoice on his participatory photography project in Southern Africa. Indigenous communities share what happiness or well-being means to them. Happiness, or in a broader term well-being, can be defined as “the experience of joy and...
Love in London – a photography competition supporting PhotoVoice
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02/02/2018 We want to help spread the love this Valentine’s Day, which is why we are delighted to announce that a new photography competition ‘Love in London’, launches today to support PhotoVoice. Submit - Click Here For many, 2017 was...
How Photography Helped Me: Cheney Orr
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"I used my camera to investigate my own relationship with my father, and his relationship with the disease."
An exhibition of prints to support PhotoVoice
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From now until April, the Sunbeam lobby area has been filled with beautiful, editioned and signed prints.
PhotoVoice Members Exhibition Private View
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We are delighted to announce we will be exhibiting a group show of our members work, at the Photofusion gallery space this month. PhotoVoice members were invited to submit their own photography work and/ or participatory projects. We received a...
be artsy: Participatory Photography for Positive Social Change in West Nepal
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Kristy Davies, Projects Assistant at be artsy, an NGO supporting communities through the arts, writes for PhotoVoice on their participatory photography project in Nepal. Through their own photographs, girls and women share their thoughts on menstruation and the tradition of...
Ten Questions with… Jillian Edelstein
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PhotoVoice interviewed press photographer, Jillian Edelstein on her photography and passion for the medium.
Participatory Photography and Invisible Illness: making the invisible, visible
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09/01/2018 Dr Susie Donnelly writes for PhotoVoice on her participatory photography project supporting people living with a chronic illness. These images aim to ensure that the patient voice is heard in the health care system.  You do not see the...