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 economically disadvantaged and marginalised individuals and communities to enhance work and educational opportunities, empower to tell their stories, foster community cohesion to enhance well being, civic participation and engagement.
Fosters cross-border research and transnational collaborations in investigative, independent journalism and photojournalism to bring about recommendations and actions for policy change.
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https://soundcloud.com/photojournalism-hub/mohamed-audio?si=08455be5309446d8a03735b3b43ffd5b&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing On the 17th October, Cinzia D’Ambrosi and Safeena Chaudhry from the Photojournalism Hub were in conversation with Mohamed Gabobe, who is a Somali-American investigative journalist based in Mogadishu, […]
PHOTOGRAPHY COMMUNITY PROJECTS
We are pleased to present the 4th issue of 'Me, and my Community', a photography magazine produced by a group of senior residents of Hammersmith […]
We are pleased to present the 3rd issue of 'About Me, and my Community', a photography magazine produced by a group of senior residents of […]
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, […]