The news of the latest mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton sent shock waves through me as I read the reports from the comfort of my location on the mid-North Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Although these words are awful to write, the truth is that the sheer number of mass shootings in the US – 32 this year alone – has given me a case of news fatigue.
But these shootings struck a chord. Read More
PROOF is proud and excited to announce our “Broken?” exhibition, which addresses the injustices within the United States criminal justice system and mass incarceration, has been selected for display at the annual Photoville event. Read More
Delve deeper into Iraq's displacement crisis on a new interactive website Read More
16 Days of Activism: PROOF Highlights Organizations Stopping Gender Based Violence the Other 349 Days Read More
Tess Ranahan interviews photographer Chris Barlett about his portrait series of Iraqis, who were detained and tortured by the United States military. Read More
In many societies, marriage is a celebrated institution signifying a union between two people and the beginning of their future together. However, in today’s world, millions of girls suffer from a vastly different marriage experience, where many brides are still children. So young, in fact, that these child brides hold onto their toys during the wedding ceremony. Read More
Grace Brown: Project Unbreakable began as a way of shedding light on sexual assault; when I first started it, I felt like there was very little discussion of the issue at hand. I wanted to bring it into conversation and, being a photographer, I knew that a photo project could be a perfect way to open up that dialogue. Read More
USIP to host webcast on film "Beatrice Mtetwa and the Rule of Law", 25 April 2013.
Photo: Britdoc Read More