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Young people in the UK explore the relevance and importance of children’s rights through photography.
Through photographic workshops in the South East, South West, London, West Midlands and Yorkshire, PhotoVoice enabled nearly 50 participants to document and explore their identities as disabled young people. They wanted to focus especially on the issues around access and inclusion. A booklet of some of the work was produced to raise awareness of their concerns among policy makers, leisure providers and the public. The project culminated in regional exhibitions and an exhibition in London.
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.
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.