Kris Pannecoucke has published his extensive travels up and down the length of the Congo River in a beautiful new photo book – Fleuve Congo River – which is now...


Catalina Martin-Chico has been interviewed by the World Press Photo Foundation about her award-winning work on former FARC guerrillas in Colombia who are starting families after living handing over their...


Tommy Trenchard was commissioned by The Economist’s 1843 Magazine to shoot a story about the vanilla industry in Madagascar, the world’s largest producer. It has been published in the magazine...


Noriko Hayashi‘s new project about Japanese women living in North Korea after following their Korean husbands when they married is being featured in The Japan Times.


Ramin Mazur will be exhibiting his study of Transnistria, his native region of Moldova, as part of an event called ‘We are there, where we are going’ at Pasinger Fabrik...


Elena Chernyshova will be exhibiting her unique reportage on the Arctic Russian city of Norilsk at this year’s Festival Photo La Gacilly in France from 1 June until 30 September....


Ivor Prickett has been interviewed about his new book “End of the Caliphate” that has been published by Steidl. The book is the result of months spent on the ground...


Nick Hannes‘ startling reportage on the strange reality of the Arab Emirate of Dubai – Garden of Delight – is being exhibited at this year’s imageSingulières photo festival in Sète,...


Tommy Trenchard‘s image from a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh is being featured on the new Penguin book “First, They Erased Our Name: A Rohingya Speaks” by Habiburahman, Sophie Ansel...


Two Panos photographers – Chris de Bode and Robin Hammond – have been shortlisted for this year’s Wellcome Photography Prize, sponsored by the Wellcome Trust. Robin Hammond has been shortlisted...


Andrew Esiebo is leading an extended photography workshop in Kampala, Uganda. The Cannon & UPPA Storytelling Workshop will take place at the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in Kampala, Uganda, from 15th...


Panos photographer Abbie Trayler-Smith was interviewed alongside Marc Hartog, the Founder and CEO of 1854 Media about the “Portraits of Humanity” project, a photographic competition that will be published as...


Laurent Weyl‘s beautiful photo story about the fishermen of the Aral Sea has been published in Avaunt Magazine.


Tim Smith‘s photographs of the Rohingya community in the United Kingdom tells the story of those who have had to flee Myanmar and charts their move from refugee camps in...


The feature length documentary GAZA, by Panos photographer and film maker Andrew McConnell and Garry Keane, premiered at Sundance Film Festival, will be shown as part of the Refugee Week...


Two Panos photographers – Andrew Esiebo and Frédéric Noy – have been shortlisted for the Contemporary African Photography Prize (CAP). Andrew has been nominated for his work on Amah Ayivi,...