Sanjit Das

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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In collaboration with Panos Pictures and the World Photography Organisation (WPO), Sony’s Global Imaging Ambassadors (SGIA) present a nine-month social documentary initiative called FutureofCities.


Comeback from Crisis is a powerful outdoor photographic exhibition produced by overseas aid agency Concern Worldwide and Panos Pictures which opened on 13 October 2015 at Battle Bridge Place, a busy outdoor space in the heart of central London between King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations.


In collaboration with Panos Pictures and the World Photography Organisation (WPO), Sony’s Global Imaging Ambassadors (SGIA) present a nine-month social documentary initiative called FutureofCities.


‘We aim to empower women, promote education with an emphasis on girls, and stop corruption and domestic violence.


The gunmen, nearly a dozen of them, some in black commando fatigues and bandannas, others in ordinary clothes, came in the early hours of the morning.


As the wild broke loose in an untamed spread of ruin, people fled – some cried, others choked in horror; some scampered in hope, while others crawled for mercy; scavenging for the last scraps of memory, in little pieces of frayed curio; united in defeat – against odds – uphill to scale, downhill to slide If disaster struck, what would you save?


India’s farmers, mostly poor, malnourished and illiterate, have suddenly found themselves in possession of the country’s scarcest resource: land.


On 20 July 2011, the United Nations officially declared famine in parts of Southern Somalia and extended the geographical reach of the famine to much of Somalia over the coming weeks.


Until the early 1970s, the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan existed in a state of total isolation, shunning television and tourism in an attempt to preserve its unique cultural identity.


Every summer several hundred thousand devout Hindus from across India arrive in the mountainous and disputed territory of Kashmir, to take part in an arduous pilgrimage to a revered mountain shrine: the Amarnath Cave.