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Tim Dirven published in De Morgen magazine
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Tim Dirven published in De Morgen magazine...

“Faktor 50” by Tim Dirven
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“Faktor 50” by Tim Dirven...

During his family holiday in Egypt over the Easter holiday, Tim Dirven decided to take a break from the intensity of the cultura...

Tommy Trenchard published in Geographical Magazine
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Tommy Trenchard published in Geographical Magazine...

James Oatway published in Southern People Weekly magazine
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James Oatway published in Southern People Weekly magazine...

James Oatway‘s study of the precarious lives of food delivery drivers in Johannesburg has been published in the Chinese So...

Nick Hannes exhibiting at Kunstpunt in Groningen, Netherlands
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Nick Hannes exhibiting at Kunstpunt in Groningen, Netherlands...

Nick Hannes is exhibiting his new project ‘The Financial Zone’, a quirky look at the inner workings of the financial...

Pascal Maitre published in Le Figaro magazine
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Pascal Maitre published in Le Figaro magazine...

Pascal Maitre‘s latest journey to Afghanistan has been published in Le Figaro magazine.

Tommy Trenchard published in Delayed Gratification
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Tommy Trenchard published in Delayed Gratification...

Tommy Trenchard‘s heart-warming story about the Cape Town College of Magic has been published in Delayed Gratification. To...

Mads Nissen published in Newsweek Japan
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Mads Nissen published in Newsweek Japan...

Mads Nissen‘s powerful work on the crisis facing ordinary people in Afghanistan following the retreat of Western armies an...

Nick Hannes published in de Standaard Weekblad
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Nick Hannes published in de Standaard Weekblad...

Nick Hannes‘ new project looking at the world’s ‘artificial’ capital cities – in this instalment E...

Nick Hannes published in Les Echos
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Nick Hannes published in Les Echos...

Nick Hannes‘ new project looking at the world’s ‘artificial’ capital cities – in this instalment E...

Patrick Brown interviewed on Ben Smith’s ‘A Small Voice’ podcast
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Patrick Brown interviewed on Ben Smith’s ‘A Small Voice’ podcast...

Panos photographer Patrick Brown has been interviewed on Ben Smith’s podcast A Small Voice which features regular intervie...

Petrut Calinescu published in Geographical Magazine
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Petrut Calinescu published in Geographical Magazine...

Petrut Calinescu‘s curious study of the urban garage and the many uses it is put to in the suburbs of Romanian and Moldova...

Panos photographers win World Press Photo awards
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Panos photographers win World Press Photo awards...

Panos photographers Matthew Abbott, Lalo de Almeida and a photographer whose name is being withheld to protect his identity, hav...

Mikkel Østergaard exhibiting at Johannes Larsen Museum in Kerteminde, Denmark
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Mikkel Østergaard exhibiting at Johannes Larsen Museum in Kerteminde, Denmark...

Mikkel Østergaard is exhibiting as part of a group show at the Johannes Larsen Museum in Kerteminde in Denmark from 26th March ...

Biden administration rules Myanmar Army’s oppression of Rohingya ‘genocide’
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Biden administration rules Myanmar Army’s oppression of Rohingya ‘genocide’...

The US government has ruled that the persecution and oppression of Myanmar’s Rohingya minority by the country’s arme...

Andrew Testa in the Sunday Times Magazine
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Andrew Testa in the Sunday Times Magazine...

Andrew Testa‘s reportage about a special police taskforce breaking up human trafficking rings has been published in the Su...

Ben Roberts published in the Financial Times magazine
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Ben Roberts published in the Financial Times magazine...

Ben Roberts’ shoot in an Amazon fulfilment centre in England has been published in the Financial Times Magazine.

Lalo de Almeida in Newsweek Japan magazine
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Lalo de Almeida in Newsweek Japan magazine...

Lalo de Almeida‘s work on climate change in the US – Roadtrip Through a Climate Emergency” – has been pu...

Nyani Quarmyne wins Portrait of Humanity award
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Nyani Quarmyne wins Portrait of Humanity award...

Nyani Quarmyne‘s portrait of Mariami and Nino, two nuns working in their vegetable garden in Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Republic o...

Mark Henley published on Swissinfo.ch
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Mark Henley published on Swissinfo.ch...

Mark Henley‘s coverage of the re-opening of the UN Human Rights Council has been published on Swissinfo.ch.

Panos photographers win POY awards
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Panos photographers win POY awards...

Panos photographers Nora Lorek, Kacper Kowalski and Matthew Abbott have won awards at this year’s Pictures of the Year Int...

Jenny Matthews speaking at Morley College in London
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Jenny Matthews speaking at Morley College in London...

Panos photographer Jenny Matthews will be speaking about “Women Beyond the Archive” at Morley College, Chelsea Centr...

James Oatway in Newsweek Japan magazine
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James Oatway in Newsweek Japan magazine...

Martin Roemers’ Relics of the Cold War exhibited at The Wende Museum
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Martin Roemers’ Relics of the Cold War exhibited at The Wende Museum...

Martin Reomers‘ remarkable study of the physical relics of the Cold War across the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe ...

‘The Verdict’, a new book by Jan Banning, now out
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‘The Verdict’, a new book by Jan Banning, now out...

Jan Banning‘s new book The Verdict is a multi-layered case study of the U.S. Criminal Justice system and mass incarceratio...

Mark Henley shortlisted for SONY World Photography Organisation prize
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Mark Henley shortlisted for SONY World Photography Organisation prize...

Mark Henley‘s insider reportage on the enormous (and enormously expensive) renovation of the United Nation’s Palais ...

Mark Henley published in Swiss Info
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Mark Henley published in Swiss Info...

Mark Henley‘s quirky look at the massive refurbishment of the UN’s Palais de Nations in Geneva, where he has had an ...

Lalo de Almeida published in Reporters without Borders magazine
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Lalo de Almeida published in Reporters without Borders magazine...

Lalo de Almeida‘s coverage of the effects of the covid pandemic on the lives of poor Brazilians has been published in the ...

Jenny Matthews published in D La Repubblica magazine in Italy
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Jenny Matthews published in D La Repubblica magazine in Italy...

Jenny Matthews‘ unique treatment of her work on Afghan women, re-imagined with a layer of three-dimensional stitching afte...

Frédéric Noy published in the Guardian Magazine
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Frédéric Noy published in the Guardian Magazine...

Frédéric Noy‘s image of two Kazakh children in Red Army uniforms on Victory Day (9th May) in 2021 has been published in ...

The Price of Peace in Afghanistan
Story by Mads Nissen

The Price of Peace in Afghanistan

The chaotic withdrawal of US and allied forces from Afghanistan in August 2021 spelled the end of a hugely expensive, ultimately...

Lagos Vibrations
Story by Andrew Esiebo

Lagos Vibrations

Lagos Vibrations offers a snapshot of daily life for ordinary people in Africa\'s most populous city. From its notorious traffic...

Dog Day Afternoon
Story by Nora Lorek

Dog Day Afternoon

Once a month Gothenburg\'s Capitol, a plush art house cinema, opens its doors not just to humans but to their canine friends as ...

I am, Still
Story by Johis Alarcon

I am, Still

This project explores the daily life of the younger generation of indigenous people in Ecuador who are charting a course that is...

Roadtrip through a Climate Crisis
Story by Lalo de Almeida

Roadtrip through a Climate Crisis

Lalo de Almeida spent 21 days travelling across parts of the United States that have been worst affected by extreme weather phen...

Climate Conflict Crisis
Story by Sean Sutton

Climate Conflict Crisis

In the world\'s newest country, hope has long been replaced by despair. The flush of optimism that arose in the wake of independ...

The World in a Capsule
Story by Noriko Hayashi

The World in a Capsule

Vending machines are a ubiquitous feature of urban life in Japan. A specific type of outlet, known as gachapon, has been selling...

The Last of the African Penguins
Story

The Last of the African Penguins

With its tuxedo plumage and clumsy, waddling gait, the African penguin, spheniscus demersus, has long been an iconic presence at...

The City in the Steppe
Story by Nick Hannes

The City in the Steppe

\'Astana is no more, long live Nur-Sultan\' An artificial city in the steppe, to the glory of the eponymous president, where...

Ghost Riders
Story by James Oatway

Ghost Riders

For almost two years, countries across the world have imposed a host of restrictions on daily life to combat the spread of Covid...

Post Soviet Part I
Story by Robert Wallis

Post Soviet Part I

The Collapse - I first arrived in Moscow in the spring of 1990 after covering the fall of the Berlin Wall, Czechoslovakia\'s Vel...

Iran’s Nuclear Option
Story by Pascal Maitre

Iran’s Nuclear Option

Once more, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Western countries find themselves at an impasse. Over the long history of discord an...

Facial De-recognition
Story by Jenny Matthews

Facial De-recognition

I was shocked when the Taliban took control of Afghanistan again this summer and these images are about Afghan women losing thei...

Home and Away
Story by Robert Wallis

Home and Away

In March 2020 Britain went into national lockdown, along with much of the rest of the world. Together with many other Covid rest...

Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
Story by Panos Pictures

Myanmar’s Spring Revolution

On February 1st 2021 Myanmar\'s Armed Forces brought a decade-long experiment in limited democracy to a sudden and violent end. ...

Smoke and Mirrors
Story by Tommy Trenchard

Smoke and Mirrors

Housed in a historic, Hogwartsesque mansion complete with hidden doorways and creaking staircases, the Cape Town College of Magi...

Polygon
Story by Nick Hannes

Polygon

On 29 August 1949, four years after the Americans dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, the Soviets launched \'Operation First Ligh...

Solar Mamas
Story by Justin Jin

Solar Mamas

As the sun sets into the turquoise sea off the coast of Madagascar, giant baobab trees stand silhouetted against glittering star...

Boko Haram’s Deadly Legacy
Story by Sean Sutton

Boko Haram’s Deadly Legacy

Borno State in northeastern Nigeria is at the epicentre of a humanitarian crisis that has seen almost two million people leave t...

One Day in History, 2012 – 2021
Story by Andrea Gjestvang

One Day in History, 2012 – 2021

This summer will mark 10 years since the terrorist attack in Oslo and on Utoya island on July 22, 2011. A total of 77 people wer...

In Search of the Southernmost Tree
Story by Ian Teh

In Search of the Southernmost Tree

The journey wasn\'t for the faint-hearted. Panos photographer Ian Teh and National Geographic journalist Craig Welch, accompanyi...

For Love or Money
Story by Justin Jin

For Love or Money

Gan Xiqi, or Nai Nai as she is known to her tens of thousands of fans, was a minor internet sensation in China, the world\'s mos...

Natalia’s War
Story by Mads Nissen

Natalia’s War

No place are the growing tensions between East and West more violent and more apparent than along the 400 kilometer frontline th...

Daring to Dream
Story by Karla Gachet & Ivan Kashinsky

Daring to Dream

In June 2012, US president Barack Obama announced a radical new policy to deal with one of the country\'s most vexing problems -...

Amazonian Dystopia
Story by Lalo de Almeida

Amazonian Dystopia

The Amazon rainforest is often referred to the "lungs of the earth", absorbing tonnes of carbon dioxide and in turn pr...

Gold rush in the Desert
Story by Pascal Maitre

Gold rush in the Desert

The desert city of Agadez in central Niger, once infamous as an entrepot for migrants and refugees making their way north toward...

Too Young to Work and Wed
Story by Laurent Weyl

Too Young to Work and Wed

Walking for hours under a blazing sun to sell mangoes, spending 12 to 13 hours a day repairing flat tyres or breaking rocks in a...

Work can Wait
Story by GMB Akash

Work can Wait

Recently I have been focusing on the education of impoverished children in Bangladesh and ways to get them into school to have a...

The Seventh Zone
Story by Ben Roberts

The Seventh Zone

I grew up in a village right on the edge of Birmingham. It is the type of nondescript commuter settlement familiar to the majori...

Bats and the Pandemic
Story by Adam Dean

Bats and the Pandemic

One of several theories about the origins of Covid-19 is that it was transmitted from bats to humans, via an intermediary specie...

The Lost Executioner
Story by Nic Dunlop

The Lost Executioner

Between 1975 and 1979, the Khmer Rouge killed almost two million people, up to a quarter of Cambodia\'s population. Over thirty ...

First Chechen War-25 Years On
Story by Heidi Bradner

First Chechen War-25 Years On

11 December 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the beginning of the First Chechen War. Though by no means the only conflict to b...

Sick Days
Featured Story

Sick Days

Ian Willms' meditation on two years of covid, lockdowns and social change in Canada

A Fire Inside
Featured Story

A Fire Inside

Documenting Australia's catastrophic wildfire in the southern winter of 2019 - 2020, the worst recorded in the country's hist...

Amazonian Dystopia
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Amazonian Dystopia

The Amazon, the "lungs of the world", is under threat as never before. A journey across an embattled region.

Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
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Myanmar’s Spring Revolution

The violent return of military rule in Myanmar has brought death and repression back onto the streets of the country.

Kazakhstan Time Travel
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Kazakhstan Time Travel

Mario Heller criss-crossed the country on the 30th anniversary of its independence.

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.

End of the Caliphate
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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...

Warm Waters
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Warm Waters

A multi-year project looking at the effects of climate change on communities and environments across the Pacific region. ...

Americans Parade
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Americans Parade

Americans Parade is a parade of Americans; one after the other, from one community to the next, building up a picture of Amer...

Smart Solutions
Featured Story

Smart Solutions

Towards a world free of poverty, hunger and environmental degradation, CGIAR is the world's largest global agricultural innov...

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

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

No Stranger Place
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No Stranger Place

Would you open your home to a refugee?

On Solid Ground
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On Solid Ground

A collaboration between the International Rescue Committee and Panos Pictures

OVER
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OVER

A photographic meditation from the skies above Poland.

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.

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...