Picture Justice


APPLICATIONS open for Summer 2017

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM  
August 14-25th

ABOUT

Founded in 2014 in partnership with the United Nations International School, Picture Justice equips participants with the skills to address social injustices in their own communities through a combination of photography, storytelling, and human rights education.

The program fosters critical thinking and active citizenship, promotes compassion and empathy, and equips participants with the skills needed to be social justice advocates.

Participants work with professional photographers, journalists, and educators, to explore a human rights issue of their choosing, research, document, and create. They also meet with community leaders, lawyers, activists, and advocates working on reform. We will be photographing and taking testimonies from people who have lived experiences of the program topic.

Participants may produce online photo essays, recorded testimonials, and education resource toolkits. Regardless of the creative output, Picture Justice participants walk away with an invaluable set of research, artistic, and leadership skills.

Skills

  • Ethical reporting and testimony taking
  • Photography training
  • Knowledge of human rights issues
  • Public speaking and advocacy


Interested in Picture Justice?

Click here to learn more about Picture Justice and apply for our Summer 2017 session. All students are encouraged to apply!

To bring Picture Justice to your school or community, contact PROOF today.

Images courtesy of Ligeia Moltisanti


Apply Now

Click here to learn more about Picture Justice - Summer 2017. All students are encouraged to apply.

ACCEPTED APPLICANTS

If your place in the Picture Justice program has been accepted, congratulations! You can either pay your deposit to secure your place, or pay the workshop fee in full. Just click on the links below.


PICTURE JUSTICE 2016
(un)DOCUMENTED


Picture Justice 2015-16 Broken?

Installation of Picture Justice exhibition, "Broken?" at the United Nations International School, November 2015.

Installation of Picture Justice exhibition, "Broken?" at the United Nations International School, November 2015.