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British, b. 1956
Anti-Austerity Protest in London
Jun 22, 2015
London. June 20th 2015. Anti-Austerity March. Between 70,000 and 150,000 marched from the city’s financial district to Parliament Square. In the financial district the crowd were addressed by Matt Wrack, general secretary of the Fire Brigade’s Union and Owen Jones, a Guardian newspaper columnist. Wrack railed against cuts in public services. Jones saw the march as “not an end but a beginning.” He emphasized:...
Female Education and Empowerment In Senegal.
Jun 9, 2015
This initiative aims to promote gender equality and eliminate disparities in access to primary and secondary education.
The project will raise awareness on women and girls’ rights among communities, schools, families and institutions and promote their socio-economic empowerment.
Magnum Intensive Documentary Photography Course: in association with London College of Communication
May 28, 2015
We are excited to announce the details of the Magnum Intensive Documentary Photography Course: in association with London College of Communication, which will run over the month of August in London, led by Magnum photographers Mark Power and Stuart Franklin.
Magnum Photos is an agency synonymous with integrity, curiosity and ‘concerned’ photography. For over sixty years, Magnum’s international photographers...
25th anniversary of Tiananmen 1989
Jun 5, 2014
Photo © Stuart Franklin/Magnum Photos
"Silent vigil yesterday outside the Chinese embassy in The Hague to mark the 25th anniversary of #Tiananmen89 with echoes of the man who defied a row of tanks leaving Tiananmen Square during the morning of 5th June. Twenty-five roses were tied to barricades outside the embassy. The vigil was organized by Amnesty International, who have led the protest over the...
PERPLEXED IN PERPIGNAN
Sep 9, 2013
I hadn't visited Visa pour l'Image for about 10 years. It's impressive: a tribute to the dedication of Jean-François Leroy to keep the thing going - the 'thing' being an impassioned rebuke at the world at large for not taking seriously or publishing the many great images that are taken by committed photojournalists each year. Photographs that could, Jean-François would argue, make a difference if only...