PhotoVoice enjoyed another successful year as the official charity partner of the London Art Fair 2014, showcasing an array of our recent UK & international projects. Thank you to everyone who popped by the booth to say hello, we hope you enjoyed the exhibitions.
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PhotoVoice is currently undergoing an exciting re-brand, there will be a brand new, updated website to follow in the new year. Meanwhile, we are very excited to share with you a sneaky preview of our new logo!
Ryan participated on our Lookout UK project in 2012, to amplify the voices of young people in the UK prior to being awarded one of our bursaries, generously funded by the John Kobal Foundation. Here he tells us about photo story he developed as part of the Bursary Scheme.
PhotoVoice partnered with WAGGGS (Worldwide Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts) back in May this year to run a 1 week training in using photography as a tool for social change, specifically focusing on child and maternal health in line with the 2013 World Thinking Day themes of MDGs 4 and 5.
PhotoVoice is hosting a small, intimate auction of ten outstanding quality photographs donated by supporting photographers and galleries, which will take place on Wednesday 26th March 2014, at the Getty Images Gallery.
The Having Our Say Too resource is a pack designed to offer practitioners in a range of youth support settings a new tool that is built around work created by young people affected by sexual exploitation.
As part of the Kings Place Words on Monday series, PhotoVoice presents: ‘An Evening with Nick Danziger’ @ Kings Place, Monday 3rd March 2014
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You can read the Guest Blog by Nick Danziger here
Why are young people invisible in debate around youth issues? It does them, and wider society, no favours.
A blog by Projects Manager Matt Daw