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Education and Engagement Manager at PhotoVoice
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PhotoVoice is currently recruiting for an Education and Engagement Manager to join our team.
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Education and Engagement Manager
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PhotoVoice is currently recruiting to a new position within the organisation of Education and Engagement Manager.
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Join the PhotoVoice Team
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PhotoVoice is currently recruiting for a new Projects Officer to join our team.
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Update from PhotoVoice
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We've been a little quiet of late, working on a few things behind the scenes.
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Hen
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Fashion and documentary photographer, Bex Day writes for us on her recent photography project 'Hen'. Working with the transgender community, her photographs feature subjects over the age of 40 and explore themes such as loss and discovery. Bex is currently...
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Training Prices Have Changed
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The PhotoVoice participatory photography training programme is a must for anyone thinking of running their own project. We cover everything from photography as a participatory medium to facilitation, ethics and workshop design. Many past training attendees have gone on to run their...
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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...
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Thank you for having supported PhotoVoice this past year. Last year, 90% of our income was spent on our projects and communications work, and our focus is always on project delivery rather than fundraising, so we’re reliant on supporters like yourself to...
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