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Chris de Bode’s ‘Dreams’ series published on the Guardian website
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Chris de Bode’s ‘Dreams’ series published on the Guardian website...

Chris de Bode‘s long term photo project which features 58 children from 13 countries talking about their hopes and dreams ...

Chris de Bode’s ‘Dreams – The Power of Children’ available to buy as a book
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Chris de Bode’s ‘Dreams – The Power of Children’ available to buy as a book...

For the past eight years, Chris de Bode has been working on an extraordinary set of images showing children from around the worl...

Alfredo Cáliz exhibiting at Galerie du Fleuve in Saint-Louis, Senegal
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Alfredo Cáliz exhibiting at Galerie du Fleuve in Saint-Louis, Senegal...

Alfredo Cáliz is exhibiting his recent work on Saint-Louis in Senegal, produced in collaboration with Spain’s largest dai...

Ian Teh published in The Walrus magazine
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Ian Teh published in The Walrus magazine...

Ian Teh’s award winning body of work on the Yellow River in China has been published in Canada’s The Walrus magazine...

Pascal Maitre’s recent work on the baobabs of Madagascar published in Paris Match
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Pascal Maitre’s recent work on the baobabs of Madagascar published in Paris Match...

Part of an ongoing photo series indulging Pascal Maitre‘s fascination with the baobab tree that flourishes in Madagascar, ...

Pascal Maitre’s reportage on the Sahel region published in Paris Match
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Pascal Maitre’s reportage on the Sahel region published in Paris Match...

Pascal Maitre‘s recent commission for Paris Match, looking at the political instability in the Sahel region, has been publ...

Tommy Trenchard’s vanilla reportage from Madagascar published in Newsweek Japan
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Tommy Trenchard’s vanilla reportage from Madagascar published in Newsweek Japan...

Stuart Freedman’s ‘The Englishman and the Eel’ published in MARE Magazin
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Stuart Freedman’s ‘The Englishman and the Eel’ published in MARE Magazin...

Stuart Freedman‘s humorous and fond treatment of a London institution that is slowly disappearing has been published in MA...

Concern Worldwide’s Freedom from Hunger featured on the BBC website
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Concern Worldwide’s Freedom from Hunger featured on the BBC website...

The latest collaboration between Concern Worldwide and three Panos photographers (Chris de Bode, Nora Loke & Abbie Trayler-...

Georg Gerster published in El País Semanal
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Georg Gerster published in El País Semanal...

The late Georg Gerster‘s stunning aerial photography has been published in El País Semanal in Spain.

Andrea Gjestvang’s Faroe Islands published in MARE Magazin
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Andrea Gjestvang’s Faroe Islands published in MARE Magazin...

Andrea Gjestvang‘s long term project on men, masculinity and life in the remote Faroe island has been published in MARE Ma...

Catalina Martin-Chico exhibiting at ZOOM Photo Festival in Saguenay, Quebec, Canada
Exhibitions

Catalina Martin-Chico exhibiting at ZOOM Photo Festival in Saguenay, Quebec, Canada...

Catalina Martin-Chico‘s award-winning work on the lives of former female FARC guerrilla who are starting new lives as civi...

Ivor Prickett exhibiting at Side Gallery in Newcastle, UK
Exhibitions

Ivor Prickett exhibiting at Side Gallery in Newcastle, UK...

Ivor Prickett’s award-winning long-term coverage of the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria is being e...

Mads Nissen wins PDN Annual prize for ‘We Are Indestructible’ photo book
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Mads Nissen wins PDN Annual prize for ‘We Are Indestructible’ photo book...

Mads Nissen‘s recently published photo book We Are Indestructible, which looks at how Colombia and Columbians are dealing ...

George Georgiou and Guy Martin shortlisted for Aperture’s 2019 PhotoBook Award
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George Georgiou and Guy Martin shortlisted for Aperture’s 2019 PhotoBook Award...

Two Panos photographers – George Georgiou and Guy Martin – have been shortlisted for the 2019 PhotoBook Award grante...

‘Vanilla Goldrush’ by Tommy Trenchard published in XL Semanal
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‘Vanilla Goldrush’ by Tommy Trenchard published in XL Semanal...

Tommy Trenchard’s photo story about the large and highly valuable vanilla industry in Madgascar has been published in the ...

Stefan Boness wins ‘Peace Image of the Year’ at Alfred Fried Photography Award
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Stefan Boness wins ‘Peace Image of the Year’ at Alfred Fried Photography Award...

Stefan Boness has been awarded the ‘Peace Image of the Year’ at the prestigious annual Alfred Fried Peace Medals for...

Markel Redondo’s Sand Castles film screened at Portobello Film Festival in London
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Markel Redondo’s Sand Castles film screened at Portobello Film Festival in London...

Markel Redondo‘s short film “Sand Castles”, which looks at the legacy of Spain’s burst real estate bubbl...

Support George Georgiou’s Kickstarter campaign for his new book ‘Americans Parade’
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Support George Georgiou’s Kickstarter campaign for his new book ‘Americans Parade’...

Panos photographer George Georgiou has just launched a campaign to raise money for his latest book project – Americans Par...

Frédéric Noy wins Visa d’or prize at Visa pour l’Image photo festival in Perpignan, France
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Frédéric Noy wins Visa d’or prize at Visa pour l’Image photo festival in Perpignan, France...

Frédéric Noy has won the prestigious Visa d’or Region of Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Feature Award at the intern...

Ramin Mazur shortlisted for the Direct Look photo prize
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Ramin Mazur shortlisted for the Direct Look photo prize...

Ramin Mazur has been shortlisted for the прямой взгляд | Direct Look photography prize given by the FOTODOC Center f...

Vlad Sokhin featured on Index.hu
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Vlad Sokhin featured on Index.hu...

Vlad Sokhin‘s long-term project looking at the effects of climate change on the countries in the Pacific region has been f...

Frédéric Noy published in The Guardian
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Frédéric Noy published in The Guardian...

Frédéric Noy’s image of egrets fluttering over a fishing boat in the harbour of Bukoba on Lake Victoria in Tanzania has ...

Nora Lorek published in The Guardian
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Nora Lorek published in The Guardian...

Nora Lorek’s image of Kennedy Lemmy, a shopkeeper in the Bidibidi refugee settlement in Uganda, has been published on The ...

Mary Turner shortlisted for BJP’s Portrait of Britain award
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Mary Turner shortlisted for BJP’s Portrait of Britain award...

Mary Turner’s image of Jake, a cage fighter, was shortlisted for the British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Br...

Pascal Maitre and Frédéric Noy shortlisted for the Visa d’or prize at Visa pour l’Image
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Pascal Maitre and Frédéric Noy shortlisted for the Visa d’or prize at Visa pour l’Image...

Two Panos photographers – Pascal Maitre and Frédéric Noy – have been shortlisted for the prestigious Visa d’...

Photo story on vanilla cultivation in Madagascar published in Newsweek Japan
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Photo story on vanilla cultivation in Madagascar published in Newsweek Japan...

Tommy Trenchard’s photo story about the hugely valuable vanilla industry in Madagascar has been published in Newsweek Japa...

Ko Myo’s work on elephants in Myanmar published in French GEO Magazine
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Ko Myo’s work on elephants in Myanmar published in French GEO Magazine...

To view the full photo story on the Panos site, please click here.

Kieran Dodds’ Hierotopia published in French GEO Magazine
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Kieran Dodds’ Hierotopia published in French GEO Magazine...

To view the full photo story on the Panos website, click here.

Marc Schlossman’s “Extinction” published in The Revelator
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Marc Schlossman’s “Extinction” published in The Revelator...

Marc Schlossman’s fascinating study of the process of extinction through the prism of the collection at the Field Museum i...

Grandfather Crocodile
Story by Matthew Abbott

Grandfather Crocodile

Crocodiles are sacred in Timor Leste, one of the world\'s youngest and least developed countries which seceded from Indonesia in...

Rock Relief
Story by Matthew Abbott

Rock Relief

Uluru, or Ayers Rock as it was previously known, is one of Australia\'s most recognisable landmarks which has featured in the ba...

Free From Hunger
Story by Chris de Bode, Abbie Trayler-Smith, Nora Lorek

Free From Hunger

There are over 150 million malnourished children in the world today. This contributes to three million child deaths a year. A ne...

Dangerous Desert
Story by Pascal Maitre

Dangerous Desert

The Sahel divides the sands of the Sahara from the tropical forests of Africa, the mainly Arab North from sub-Saharan black Afri...

Dammed and Erased
Story by Hossein Fatemi

Dammed and Erased

Hasankeyf is one of the oldest human settlements in the world, located on the banks of the Tigris River in Turkey. It has been c...

The World’s Shortest Season
Story by Kieran Dodds

The World’s Shortest Season

Like much about the vast, empty island nation of Greenland, its football league is full of anomalies and a study in resilience. ...

Surviving Turkey
Story by Mary Turner

Surviving Turkey

As of 2019 there are an estimated 3.6 million Syrian refugees living in Turkey. In the city of Gaziantep in the south and near t...

Brexitland
Story by Mark Henley

Brexitland

South Lincolnshire always seemed far away, not least while growing up there. Its mostly fenland, with flat, damp spaces and big ...

Child Jockeys in Sumbawa
Story by Adam Dean

Child Jockeys in Sumbawa

The boy mounted the horse barefoot, with only an ill-fitting Hello Kitty helmet to protect his head and a talisman under his clo...

Prague Pandemonium
Story

Prague Pandemonium

I moved to Prague, the \'Golden City\', in 1994 to study at the Academy of Art. It was a mere five years after the Velvet Revolu...

Breaking Britain
Story by Adam Hinton

Breaking Britain

Britain has now been subjected to more than 10 years of austerity. While those at the top were given the biggest state-sponsored...

I Feel Like Rat Tonight
Story by Ian Teh

I Feel Like Rat Tonight

What is the difference, nutritionally speaking, between a juicy piece of beef tenderloin and a rat\'s hindquarters. Not a lot, a...

Vanilla Goldrush
Story by Tommy Trenchard

Vanilla Goldrush

The price of vanilla is at an all time high. Between 2014 and 2017, it rose from USD 40 a kilogram to over USD 600. Madagascar, ...

Dreams of a Homeland
Story by Ivor Prickett

Dreams of a Homeland

On my first trip more than five years ago, the contrast between Iraq and Syria\'s Kurdish regions could not have been more appar...

Latinx Power
Story by Karla Gachet & Ivan Kashinsky

Latinx Power

The subject of immigration has been propelled to the top of the political agenda in the United States with the arrival of Donald...

Dr Nyanzi’s Struggle
Story by Frederic Noy

Dr Nyanzi’s Struggle

One of the main reasons why girls in Uganda miss school or drop out altogether is the lack of readily available sanitary product...

I Say Bread, You Say Hobz
Story by Jason Shenai

I Say Bread, You Say Hobz

A different take on the Brexit debate. Bread is something that unites us all. It is a symbol of peace. If you have bread y...

Deadly Nodding
Story by Frederic Noy

Deadly Nodding

In northern Uganda, a mysterious illness affects thousands of children from the Acholi ethnic group between the ages of 5 and 15...

Felony Football
Story by Frederic Noy

Felony Football

Luzira Maximum Security Prison on the outskirts of Kampala, Uganda\'s capital, is a grim place. Built in the 1920s by the Britis...

Wakaliwood
Story by Frederic Noy

Wakaliwood

In Wakaliga slum in the Ugandan capital Kampala, Isaac Nabwana (aka Nabwana IGG) has put the country on the cinematic map by pro...

Brexit means … ?
Story by Andrew Testa

Brexit means … ?

Brexit means....? On 11 July 2016, the day she became Prime Minister, Theresa May famously said that "Brexit means Brex...

Namugongo Pilgrimage
Story by Frederic Noy

Namugongo Pilgrimage

The story of the Martyrs of Namugongo marks a turning point in Uganda\'s recent history and forms an integral part of it\'s Chri...

The Village Green – from Blair to Brexit
Story by Steve Forrest

The Village Green – from Blair to Brexit

Over several years, photographer Steve Forrest has documented the hustle and bustle of College Green, an area of grass outside t...

Myanmar’s Elephants Under Threat
Story by Ko Myo

Myanmar’s Elephants Under Threat

Since 2015, Burmese photographer Ko Myo has been documenting the battle to save Myanmars elephants. The country is home to one o...

Warm Huts and Cold War
Story by Fredrik Naumann

Warm Huts and Cold War

"We\'re so lucky to have British soldiers bringing us firewood" says Kaisa-Wenche Vivisdatter, a volunteer at a remote...

Toy Story
Story by Nora Lorek

Toy Story

In 2011 South Sudan gained independence from Sudan and become the worlds newest country. Yet old grievances between different co...

Where Cacao is King
Story by Pascal Maitre

Where Cacao is King

Ivory Coast is uniquely dependent on cacao which accounts for 40% of national export income and is thought to be the main source...

Mennonites
Story by Jordi Ruiz Cirera

Mennonites

Mennonites are Christians Anabaptists who arrived in Bolivia during the 1950s from Canada, Mexico and Belize. The government in ...

Cruising
Story by Nick Hannes

Cruising

Today\'s cruise ships resemble small towns, complete with shops, restaurants, cafes, discotheques, fitness rooms, casinos, swimm...

From Punjab to the Po
Story by Catalina Martin-Chico

From Punjab to the Po

Parmigiano Reggiano is one of Italy\'s premier export products and a pillar of Italian cuisine that has become a staple of middl...

OVER
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OVER

A photographic meditation from the skies above Poland.

End of the Caliphate
Featured Story

End of the Caliphate

Ivor Prickett covered the fight against ISIS forces across Syria and Iraq between 2016 and 2018, working for the New York Tim...

Where Love Is Illegal
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Where Love Is Illegal

72 countries around the world have criminal laws against sexual activity by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex p...

Traces
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Traces

The effects of China's breakneck industrialisation on the Yellow River

No Place on Earth
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No Place on Earth

An in-depth study of the epic Rohingya refugee crisis and its effect on hundreds of thousands of ordinary people.

Asmara – Africa’s Modernist Jewel
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Asmara – Africa’s Modernist Jewel

Asmara is a unique example of early 20th Century modernist architecture, now been elevated to UNESCO World Heritage status

From darkness into Light
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From darkness into Light

More than 620 million Africans, or two thirds of the population of the continent, have no access to electricity.

The Parallel State
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The Parallel State

A glimpse into the opaque world of contemporary Turkish politics and society.

We are Indestructible
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We are Indestructible

Ending one of the world's longest running civil wars.

River Congo – DRC’s Highway 1
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River Congo – DRC’s Highway 1

The Congo river is the lifeline of a region with few roads or railways.

Side Effects
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Side Effects

The result of years of aerial photography, this is a visual study of the complicated relationship between humans and nature.

Disposable Workers
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Disposable Workers

The people feeling the pain of Japan's unforgiving job market

Hidden Lives
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Hidden Lives

The untold story of urban refugees in Burundi, Haiti, Jordan, Malaysia, Thailand, United Kingdom, Kenya and the USA.

Belgicum
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Belgicum

The result of two decades of work, Belgicum is a unique document about a country in search of a raison d'etre.

White Rage
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White Rage

Travelling across Europe - from Norway to Italy and France to Russia - Espen Rasmussen and journalist Ronny Berg met and spok...

Hard.Land
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Hard.Land

A journey through blue collar America to meet the people struggling to keep the American Dream alive.

On Solid Ground
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On Solid Ground

A collaboration between the International Rescue Committee and Panos Pictures

Uncertain Tomorrow
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Uncertain Tomorrow

The Central African Republic (CAR) has seen more than its fair share of coups and unrest over the five and a half decades...

Last Stop
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Last Stop

Exploring the topography and migrations of London from the vantage point of a bus.

The Last Colony
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The Last Colony

For over 40 years Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony in northwestern Africa, and its people, the Sahrawis, have been liv...

#Future of Cities
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#Future of Cities

In collaboration with the World Photography Organisation (WPO) and Sony's Global Imaging Ambassadors (SGIA), Panos Pictures c...

My Toilet
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My Toilet

Through images and stories from 20 countries, across every continent, a collaboration between Water & Sanitation for the Urba...