PhotoVoice has recently started work on three new projects.Members of the team are currently in Indonesia working in partnership with MAMPU, an organization set up to help empower Indonesian women for poverty reduction. The project will build community cooperation to identify how improvements can be made to protect individuals and minimise the exploitation of workers.
We’ve also recently received funding to help deliver the third phase of our acclaimed ‘Having Our Say’ programme, which works with young people affected by, or at risk of sexual exploitation. Building on the success of previous phases of the project, we will work in partnership with a range of organisations to better understand how sexual exploitation can be understood and addressed across the UK.
We are also embarking on a partnership with Sense UK, which will use innovative sensory photography to work with children and adults who are deafblind or have sensory impairments. The project will take place at Sense’s wonderful TouchBase South East day centre in Barnet.