Ethical Photography

I Know Who I Am – Debbie Strauss
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"Being different is not a disease, not being accepted creates a disease."
Older People Need Company Too – Magdalena Turek
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"Through my photography, I aim to encourage people to pick up the phone and tell their loved ones that they think about them and love them."
Finding Purpose Through Photography – Daniel Wessell
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"Everyone has a story to tell. We just need to hear each other."
Mindful Photography for Improved Wellbeing – Ruth Davey
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"My vision is to inspire others to use photography as a tool to improve the health and wellbeing of people and the planet."
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...
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...
Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide
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28/02/2018  In celebration of International Women’s Day 2018 arts social enterprise, FotoDocument, will launch a photography exhibition at Oxo Tower Gallery about their most recent project Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide. Photography exhibition 28 February – 11 March, 11am – 6pm daily, Oxo...
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...
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...