Using photography to understand the experiences and perspectives of residents in long term mental healthcare residential settings in Dublin.
Gender Voice Power shares participatory photography skills with women to facilitate the involvement of gendered perspectives in climate decision making.
A learner-centred pilot to explore the use of participatory photography as a tool for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers to explore language.
Utilising peer-generated and creative tools to safely explore healthy and unhealthy relationships with children at risk of sexual exploitation in schools.
The participatory curation of an exhibition of the work of five UK based artists whose photography explores the experiences of some of the black and people of colour communities in Brighton and London.
‘Care Leavers in Focus’ is a 3-year project which will explore the perspectives of care-experienced young people of different ages across England and Wales.
Using reflective participatory photography techniques to support evaluation of a co-produced mental health services.
A skills-focused participatory training course for limb-affected veterans to explore personal themes, photographic techniques, and image captioning for photographic storytelling.
Through innovative participatory photography workshops, ten participants reflected on youth employment and the construction industry in Ghana.
Using photography to build self-confidence, reduce isolation, and inform support services for women at risk of offending or reoffending.
Photography workshops in Uganda, Myanmar and Nigeria sharing perspectives on HIV, sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Community members in rural Zimbabwe use participatory photography as a tool to share their experiences of the ‘Food Security & Livelihoods Programme’.
Underrepresented community members in Myanmar mobilising to defend their natural resources and promote women’s leadership and political participation.
Building resilience in communities vulnerable to climate extremes and disasters in high-risk locations in Ethiopia.
A project that works with young people affected by sexual exploitation and trafficking.
A project in Ghana that aims to help farmers increase their income.
A sensory photography project for people who are deafblind or with sensory impairment.
A programme designed to understand and address issues relating to Indonesian women affected by migrant work.
PhotoVoice worked to deliver training in the PhotoVoice methodology to Social Development Practice MSc students at the DPU.
Exploring young people’s experiences of UK adoption and support provision through PhotoVoice
Introducing photography to those at the grassroots of development.
PhotoVoice and World Vision UK worked with young Syrian refugees in Jordan.
A project to enable young people to use photography and digital story telling to express the impact of sexual exploitation.
Afghani girls reflect on their country’s turbulent past.
A project that works with women who have escaped trafficking in Sudan and Sinai.
PhotoVoice and the International Aids/HIV Alliance work with with representatives from key groups affected by HIV in the South Asian nation of Myanmar.
A bursary scheme to support exceptional project participants to continue developing their photographic skill.
A project to help increase the voices of young people in the UK on gang violence and knife crime.
PhotoVoice worked in Ethiopia to give elderly people the skills and confidence needed to share their lives through photography.
A project to support people who are rebuilding their lives following prison or addiction.
A project to raise awareness of the barriers and anxieties faced by women who are rebuilding their lives following prison or addiction.
A water and sanitary health project in Zimbabwe.
PhotoVoice worked throughout the Summer with six young people from Action for Children’s Southwark Young Carers group, exploring how they feel the UNCRC affects their lives and the lives of other young people in the UK.
A project with young people in Glasgow challenging social stereotypes surrounding homelessness and capturing how homelessness impacts upon their lives and their hopes for the future.
Caste Discrimination is one of the worst and most widespread human rights abuses existing today. It is India’s ‘Hidden Apartheid’.
PhotoVoice partnered with Healthlink World Wide to give disabled communities across Africa and Asia a platform to voice their needs, concerns and experiences.
In 2005 PhotoVoice worked in partnership with Save the Children to put cameras in the hands of young people whose lives had been devastated by the tsunami that hit Sir Lanka in 2004.
PhotoVoice partnered with World Vision to use photography to explore, highlight and discuss potential solutions to a range of social issues affecting a deprived area of Albania.
A participatory photography project with women from the BAME community who are living with HIV.
PhotoVoice partnered with MSPA to put cameras in the hands of children living in Afghanistan.
London is one of the most diverse cities in the world, with 30% of its residents born outside England and over 300 languages spoken.
More than 40 million (60%) of those living in Vietnam today are under the age of 21.
PhotoVoice worked with an NGO based in Jerusalem to create dialogue and mutual understanding as a means to end the conflict in Palestine and Israel.
PhotoVoice worked with Bhutanese refugee youth living in refugee camps in Nepal.