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©Marco Antonio Martinez/Sight of Emotion/PhotoVoicePhotoVoice works in the UK and around the world in partnership, and on a consultancy basis, with non-profit organisations, NGOs, community-based organisations and UN bodies around the world. Recent partners include Fairbridge, The National Working Group for Sexually Exploited Children and Young People, Panos, World Vision, Amnesty International, Save the Children, Tierra Viva, Media Support Services Afghanistan, Safai Karmachari Andolan (SKA) – Manual Scavenging Movement), and Liverpool City Council.

Whilst we are happy to work with any marginalised or excluded group, we recognise four key client groups based on our history of having worked with these groups in the past:

• Young people aged 15 - 24
• People affected by migration, including refugees and asylum seekers
• People with disabilities and/or health issues
• Groups suffering from extreme marginalisation and stigmatisation

If you are an NGO or other organisation who would like to work with us on a consultancy basis, please contact our Projects Manager Matt Daw on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), outlining your ideas.

Please note that we do not currently have capacity to respond to individuals wishing to develop projects with us.

“We have really enjoyed working with PhotoVoice and their skilled team of workshop leaders.  The young people had a fantastic time and were able to express their own views in a very hands on, immediate way.  Not only did we get a chance to see what short breaks worked and what we should concentrate on in future short break design, but everyone had fun doing it too.”
Ann Clark, Project Adviser – Aiming High for Disabled Children, Cheshire East

“It is such a pleasure working with you guys!  These projects are a beautiful way to enable the children’s voices to be heard.  We recently showed some of the Photo Advocacy work at the Human Rights Council in Geneva and the youth’s perspectives were taken very seriously.  Many recommendations were made to do more things like Photo Advocacy as a meaningful way to hear from the children/youth.  So well done and keep it up!”
Melanie Ewert, Advocacy Manager, World Vision Albania & Kosovo