PHOTOJOURNALISM FOR ACTION-CHANGE
The Photojournalism Hub holds the vision of a world free of social injustice and human rights abuses.
Promotes photojournalism and the advancement of independent journalism to expose and engage the public to social justice and human rights violations.
Trains in photojournalism to empower disadvantaged, marginalised individuals and communities to tell their stories.
Fosters cross-border and transnational collaboration in investigative journalism and photojournalism to bring about recommendations and actions for policy change.
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©Samira Oulaillah ©Natisha Mallick 25th January 2023, 18:30 – 21:30 The Invention RoomsImperial College Door C68 Wood LaneLondon W12 7T More info, and to book HERE Photojournalism Hub […]
13th December 2022 18:00-21:30The Invention Rooms, Imperial CollegeDoor C, 68 Wood LaneLondonW12 7TA To Book: HERE We are delighted to announce the last Photojournalism Nights […]
Yemen: UN has declared the situation in Yemen as the greatest humanitarian disaster in 2018. ©RasmusFlindtPedersen The last day of Chemotherapy ©CarlyClarke The Call of […]
This year, we have asked 12 award winning photojournalists and documentary photographers who have collaborated with the Photojournalism Hub to showcase their work with one photo each in […]
PHOTOGRAPHY COMMUNITY PROJECTS
We are very pleased to present the second edition of Capturing Crisis photography and reporting magazine produced by the group of youths attending the 'Stories, […]
I am incredibly pleased to present the first edition of 'Capturing Crisis' photography and reporting magazine produced by our youths group living in west London […]
In the second edition of 'About Me, and my Community', we present stories and photography on 'The impact of regeneration on local communities'. The published […]