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


Lalo de Almeida‘s work on climate change in the US – Roadtrip Through a Climate Emergency” – has been published in Newsweek Japan magazine. To see the full story, please...


Nyani Quarmyne‘s portrait of Mariami and Nino, two nuns working in their vegetable garden in Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Republic of Georgia, has been included in the Portrait of Humanity Winners Vol.4, sponsored...


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


Panos photographers Nora Lorek, Kacper Kowalski and Matthew Abbott have won awards at this year’s Pictures of the Year International 79 awards for their work during 2021. Nora Lorek was...


Panos photographer Jenny Matthews will be speaking about “Women Beyond the Archive” at Morley College, Chelsea Centre, Hortensia Road, London, SW10 on Thursday, 10th March 2022 from 5pm. To reserve...


Martin Reomers‘ remarkable study of the physical relics of the Cold War across the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe will be exhibited at the Wende Museum in Culver City,...


Jan Banning‘s new book The Verdict is a multi-layered case study of the U.S. Criminal Justice system and mass incarceration. In the book Banning delves into a three decades-old murder...


Mark Henley‘s insider reportage on the enormous (and enormously expensive) renovation of the United Nation’s Palais de Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, has been shortlisted for the SONY World Photography Organisation...


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


Lalo de Almeida‘s coverage of the effects of the covid pandemic on the lives of poor Brazilians has been published in the Reporters without Borders magazine. To view the full...


Jenny Matthews‘ unique treatment of her work on Afghan women, re-imagined with a layer of three-dimensional stitching after the Taliban take-over in 2021, has been published in Italy in D...


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


The @WhereLoveIsIllegal Fellowship, coordinated by Panos photographer Robin Hammond, is designed to support LGBTQI+ identifying photographers to contribute to the narratives that define queer communities. Three photographers will be awarded...


Sven Torfinn‘s work on Somalia has been published on the cover and inside of Surprise Strassenmagazin, a street magazine published in Switzerland.