© Nguyen Tran Nguyen / Street Vision / PhotoVoice Title: Mirror Project Description: STREET VISION (2001) Photography by street and working children, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
© Soren / Global Children / PhotoVoice “Two boys, Dina and Piseth, playing volleyball in Kien Klang orphanage.” Project Description: KHMEYE (2004) Photography by Khmer orphans living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, aged between 14 and 20.
© Vo Cong Thang / Street Vision / PhotoVoice Title: Flying to Reach the Sun “I saw my friend playing in the rain. He was a street child like me. I was so excited to take this picture, to capture the expression of freedom.” Project Description: STREET VISION (2001) Photography by street and working children, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
© Al-Mousaoy / Dost / PhotoVoice “I would love to be able to paint pictures but I don’t have the skill. Finally I have found a way to paint with the camera. The girl is walking into the pool from the shallow end, you can’t see her legs clearly as she is moving with the water. The picture is blurred, it reminds me of the thick brush strokes I have seen in paintings.” Project Description: NEW LONDONERS (2006-2008) Working with young refugees in London
© Ryan Crawford / Nottingham Photographers’ Hub / PhotoVoice Project Description: LOOKOUT-UK (2013) The Lookout project provided young people (under 25) with the opportunity, skills and support to feed their perspectives into the debate on gangs, knife crime, and urban living issues.
© Jabu / VRCO / PhotoVoice “The Real Dancers. Despite the fact that we are surrounded by so many bad things my friend and I are happy that we can still show our talent.” Project Description: YOUTH PHOTO REFLECT, SOUTH AFRICA (2006-2007) Enabling young people in South Afirca affected by AIDS to express their feelings in a creative and positive way, providing them with a voice and a powerful means of raising awareness and understanding of their experiences.
© Ivano Kanconde / PhotoVoice Project Description: BURSARY SCHEME (2008-2009) Ivano Kanconde was a bursary recipient in 2008-2009 specialising in street photography. He describes his approach as ‘practising capturing moments in life with the aim of developing a professional portfolio.
© PhotoVoice Project Description: SHOOTING KABUL - AFGHANISTAN (2002) In late 2002, fourteen Afghan girls between the ages of 10 and 14 took to the streets of the capital city armed with automatic cameras. Their photographs convey their attitudes on peace, reconstruction, women, and working children’s rights.
© Simona Mazdrag / World Vision / PhotoVoice Title: I need you! Project Description: SEE IT OUR WAY - ROMANIA (2010-2011) Photography by young people living in communities that are source, transit and destination centres for human trafficking across the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Photographs revealed ground-level issues from the unique, inside perspective of young people particularly vulnerable to trafficking.
© Snjezana Mirkovic / World Vision / PhotoVoice Project Description: WORLD VISION – DIRECT VOICES, RUSSIA AND BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA (2009-2010) Photography by young people living with HIV in St Petersburg, Russia, and young Roma people in Bosnia Herzegovina.
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