Reading Time: 5 minutes The Turkish photographer is known for amplifying the voice of the marginalised queer community in their country, but until now has found it difficult to voice that of their own.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Brazilian photographer celebrates the expression of those who live in constant fear of their lives, in a country where their very being is rejected.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Vivek Vadoliya collaborates with Speaker’s Corner, bringing new work championing the cultural collective
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Reading Time: 5 minutes With portraits of the nations leading youth activists, Harry Rose’s Climate Generation follows the voices of those facing a future at risk.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Land of Holes exposes environmental exploitation and injustice quietly ravaging an the community of Brescia.
Reading Time: 6 minutes On this day ten years ago, the UN recognised clean water and sanitation as a human right, but one in ten people still lack access. Wateraid commissioned 10 visual artists from the global south to respond to this issue
Reading Time: 4 minutes In an effort to re-engage with the public during this period of ongoing isolation, Dysturb, CatchLight and The Everyday Projects are calling for artists to participate in a global awareness campaign
Reading Time: 3 minutes Shahidul Alam, one of the world’s leading figures in photography, and a social activist who has been a harsh critic of the government in his native Bangladesh, has been arrested in Dhaka for making “provocative comments” following mass protests that have brought parts of the country to a standstill over the past week.
According to his partner, Rahnuma Ahmed, at least 30 plainclothes officers entered his home in the capital at around 10pm on Sunday, and sped him away in a car. He was officially arrested the next day. Alam had posted videos on Facebook and was interviewed by Qatar-based television station Al-Jazeera about the protests, which he said stemmed from anger about widespread government corruption, and not just the bus accident that initially sparked them.