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A thousand words on the photographs of Aylan Kurdi
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Guest blog by Russell Watkins, a PhotoVoice trustee and multimedia editor at the Department for International Development. It is truly extraordinary how the tragic photos of the death of the 3-year-old Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi have transformed the debate around refugees in...
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No Man’s Land
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Photographer Nana Varveropoulou, discusses 'No Man’s Land', a collaborative project that explores experiences of indefinite immigration detention. There are currently approximately 2500 people detained under immigration law in the UK. Under this law, a person can be detained indefinitely. People can be held...
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PhotoVoice part of judging panel for Spirit of 2012’s photography competition
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PhotoVoice is part of the judging panel for a new photography competition launched by Spirit of 2012. Spirit is an independent trust established in 2013, which works to recreate the spirit that radiated from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. They invest in projects...
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PhotoVoice featured in fLIP Magazine
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PhotoVoice is featured in the latest issue of fLIP, the magazine of London Independent Photography, a community organisation for amateur and professional photographers with more than 500 members. Their activities are designed to bring together photographers with different interests and levels of...
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Whose story? Representing a charity’s work
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Gemma Taylor, Publishing Manager at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, reflects on her experiences of documenting the impact of an international charity’s work, and representing the people involved with the charity’s work in supporting LGBT rights and health in Namibia. “It looks like a...
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Anthony Nolan and Contact the Elderly scoop top photography prizes
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Anthony Nolan and Contact the Elderly are among winners of a national photography competition, NCVO and PhotoVoice announced today. The competition, inviting charities to enter photographs to convey their contribution to communities, received more than 120 entries. Photographs were entered in two...
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Summer edition of theprintspace PhotoVoice Awards (CLOSED)
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Enter theprintspace PhotoVoice Awards here! Earlier this year, PhotoVoice and professional print lab theprintspace launched the inaugural theprintspace PhotoVoice Awards. The second, Spring edition of the competition themed ‘Stories of Perspective’ had a very successful run, with photographer Daniel Ali snapping...
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Think 26 for PhotoVoice
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31/03/2014 On the 26th of April, Tom Crossley will be running 26 miles in the London Marathon for PhotoVoice. If you would like to sponsor him, even just £1 a mile then please visit his Virgin Money Giving Page. Because...
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The Secret Photographer by Tammy Ruggles
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Tammy Ruggles talks about her work as a legally blind photographer As a creative person with a progressive visual impairment known as RP (Retinitis Pigmentosa), I found ways to keep doing the things I loved. With reading and writing, it was...
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