Project Update

Images from the British Limbless Ex-Service Military Association
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PhotoVoice is showcasing images from its project ‘Where There is Light’, which features images taken by members of Blesma – the Limbless Veterans Association.
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Constructing Futures
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Through innovative participatory photography workshops, ten participants reflected on youth employment and the construction industry in Ghana.
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PhotoVoice launches new resource to tackle child sexual exploitation
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After two years of development, PhotoVoice has launched a new resource to help provide support for young people affected by, or at risk of sexual exploitation in the UK. Developed through direct engagement with young people, and drawing upon up-to-date...
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(Wo)manifestoes for Positive Women
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Being diagnosed with HIV can feel like devastating news. NAZ is a sexual health charity that provides support and guidance for women living with HIV, from the Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. PhotoVoice delivered a four-week project with NAZ...
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The ‘Having Our Say 3’ Resource
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The PhotoVoice project ‘Having Our Say 3’ works with young people affected by sexual exploitation. It offers a creative space for young people to share their perspectives on relationships, the role of the internet, and communication with adults. Participants on...
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PhotoVoice Fieldwork – Zimbabwe Diary
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Kate Watson, Projects Manager at PhotoVoice is currently working with 14 community members in Lower Gweru, Zimbabwe on an evaluation project in partnership with Zimbabwe Red Cross (ZRC). The participants are beneficiaries of the ‘Food Security & Livelihoods (FLS) Programme’...
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Participation in Development
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16/05/2014 When the story comes from a communications perspective, how misleading the picture of international development and NGO impact can be? Here our project manager Matt Daw talks about how can participatory photography projects capture the true impact of international...
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