An interesting account of the thoughts and views of PhotoVoice Director Kevin McCullough on ‘What makes us give?’
On the 20th May PV and ‘Voice of Freedom’ project appeared at the Matrix World Refugee Day Festival.
By using simple and outdated images of famines, war and poverty, NGOs are failing to help the general public understand the complexity of international development, argues Kevin McCullough, Director of PhotoVoice in the latest issue of The Networker, the magazine of Bond.
The debates around gun and knife crime explored by young people in our Lookout London project, will go nationwide in June with a series of workshops happening across the UK.
The 2nd edition of Having Our Say project “aims to offer young people at risk of sexual exploitation, (or those who have already experienced sexual exploitation) an opportunity to tell their stories through using photography, video, written/spoken word and music.”, says Helen Cammock, Projects Manager.
Matt presented See It Our Way project on child trafficking at ‘Crossing Borders Symposium’ on 2nd June.
Photographic Images Changing Society - or PICS Festival - opened its doors on 19th May at The Hub Westminster, bringing together photographers, journalists, development organisations and people passionate about photography and the role it can play in changing society for the better.