PhotoVoice

Ten Questions with… Jillian Edelstein
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PhotoVoice interviewed press photographer, Jillian Edelstein on her photography and passion for the medium.
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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...
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The Radi-Aid Awards
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About the Awards The Radi-Aid Awards – originally named The Radiator Awards – is an annual event created by the Norwegian Students’ and Academics’ International Assistance Fund (SAIH). Emerging from their satirical campaign and music video ‘Radi-Aid: Africa for Norway’, since 2013 the awards...
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How Photography Helped me: Rachel Wright
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Photography has therapeutic benefits that can provide catharsis for those who need it. Shutter Hub Digital Content Editor, Rachel Wright shares with us her very personal series of self-portraits. Taken during her cancer treatment the photography process acted as an emotional...
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Look Beyond – using photovoice to break down barriers in mental health
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Dr Maria Quinlan, Sociologist at University College Dublin, writes for us on using photovoice to explore the complexities of mental health, and to challenge people to ‘Look Beyond’ the often negative labels associated with mental health difficulty. Maria is a PhotoVoice...
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The Event Photography Awards
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We are delighted to announce a new partnership with the Event Photography Awards. This impressive competition celebrates the work of event photographers of all levels – from weddings to sporting events, to trade shows and everything in-between. Now in its...
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Laurence Aëgerter – Photographic Treatment ©
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Photographer Laurence Aëgerter aims to support people living with dementia through a new body of work. Commissioned by the Festival Images Nestlé Prize , Photographic Treatment © is an innovative addition to current dementia care.  A component of photography that has long been...
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Through a Glass Darkly
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In response to exploitative photography of children, Robert Godden, Director of Campaigns and Communications at Rights Exposure and Jason Tanner, Founder of Human Rights for Journalism have put together a strong proposal for the use of images of vulnerable or abused...
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The Western Gaze: On Photojournalism and Challenging Harmful Representations
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Tara Pixley, photojournalist and award winning writer shares her perspectives on the photography industry. The need for diversification and how she and other fantastic organisations are working to ensure that marginalised communities are representing themselves.   Documentary photography’s history is deeply imbricated...
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The Magnum Foundation’s Photography and Social Justice Program
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At PhotoVoice we believe in the power of photography to generate positive social change. We want the voices of underrepresented and marginalised communities to be feeding into the discussions that are about them. That is why we are delighted to...
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