As part of the Kings Place Words on Monday series, PhotoVoice brings you an evening of illustrated stories and compelling examples of where the worlds of cycling and photography collide.
Every month PhotoVoice invites a different guest to provide a special blog post. This month we are very happy to have Camille Stengel, who attended our facilitator training workshop last year, to give this month’s blog. The Europe-based Canadian researcher will share her experience on running a participatory photography project.
On August 10, 2014, two cyclists among thousands will be riding 100 miles on behalf of PhotoVoice. All of the sponsorship Tom and Juliet raise will go toward supporting new PhotoVoice projects and programmes in the UK and around the world. Will you help them, and us, reach the goal?
Sponsor Juliet | Sponsor Tom
PhotoVoice project managers Clare Struthers and Helen Cammock, travelled to Jordan in May 2014, to run the workshops in the host community of Zarqa, in partnership with World Vision’s emergency Syria Response Team and the local organisation ICC (Islamic charity Centre), who provide services for Syrian refugee community.
Every month PhotoVoice invites a different guest to provide a special blog post. This month we are very happy to have Mickey Kovari, who was inspired by PhotoVoice’s methodology and co-founded the Australian organisation Flashpoint Labs in 2011.
When the story comes from a communications perspective, how misleading the picture of international development and NGO impact can be? Here our project manager Matt Daw talks about how can participatory photography projects capture the true impact of international development on local communities.
We are looking for two participants who can raise between £500-£1000.