Ethical Photography

Perspectives of The Sierra: Living with mental illness in rural communities in Mexico
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Inspired by PhotoVoice and with help of our manual, documentary photographer Camila Jurado produced her own participatory photography project in Mexico to address stigma and challenge misconceptions around mental illness. Stigma is one of the major problems that people who...
An Antithesis of the Establishment – Reclaiming Our View in Photojournalism
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Laura Beltrán Villamizar, Co-Founder and Editor in Chief of Native, a photography agency for photographers from Latin America, Africa and the Middle East writes for PhotoVoice on photojournalism and ethical issues.  If photojournalism keeps on being a sensationalist factory, what happens...
Children of the Illam
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Inspired by the PhotoVoice training, Mo Greig collaborated with young people of the Dhan Karanui IIlam children's home in India to campaign through photography and raise funds for a new dormitory building. At the beginning of November 2016 I travelled to...
Flush
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Photojournalist and documentary filmmaker, Jonny Pickup writes for PhotoVoice on his project 'Flush', which investigates the lives of tea workers and the reality of working for a plantation that uses the term 'fair-trade'.  Flush is an investigation into the fetishization...
Hate Hurts
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24/08/2016 Having fled their homes in the hope of starting a new life free from violence, refugees have found themselves victims to hate crime fuelled by prejudices and racism. Photojournalist Cinzia D'Ambrosi has been capturing these underreported stories in the hope...