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Young people in the UK explore the relevance and importance of children’s rights through photography.
Sights Unseen built upon PhotoVoice’s previous project with blind and visually impaired people, Beyond Sight. Working with The Organisation of Blind Africans and Caribbeans (OBAC) in the UK, Sight of Emotion in Mexico, and One-Plus-One in China, Photovoice has been introducing blind and visually impaired people in all three countries to the concept of Sensory Photography.
Photography by blind and visually impaired people
In partnership with Sight of Emotion and Pocklington Resource Centre
Young people in key groups affected by HIV speak out through photography to address stigma and misconceptions.
In partnership with the International HIV/AIDS Alliance
Trafficked women speak into the silence
Formerly enslaved women, most trafficked across the Sinai desert from Africa to Israel, use photography to speak out against trafficking.
Beneficiary and Community Perceptions of Social Protection Programmes
Digital stories by recipients of cash transfers in Kenya and Mozambique.
In partnership with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Young people with differing requirements for inclusion speak out about the issues and barriers the face in their local communities, in partnership with World Vision.
Advocacy training project with landless indigenous minority teenagers in Paraguay.
Young people speak out about the risks and root causes of human trafficking in their communities. In partnership with World Vision.
Photography by young people living with HIV in St Petersburg, Russia, and young Roma women in Bosnia Herzegovina. In partnership with World Vision.
Photography by members of the Dalit (‘untouchable’) community in India, campaigning against the illegal practice of Manual Scavenging.
Young people in Afghanistan use photography to explore the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.