Stories from our Local Heroes Series.
Stories from our Local Heroes Series. On the ground exposing what the world often ignores, photojournalists are this month’s Local Heroes.
The association was founded to support, showcase and unite professional Ukrainian photographers – now with Russia’s invasion, its role is all the more important.
Surrounding the slogan Time for Change: Action not Words, UK Black History Month is coming to a close just after the death of Chris Kaba, whose family seeks justice.
Immersed in the craft processes of Colombian communities, Mario Reina’s photographs transport the viewer to feel and relive each stage of the craft process and to get to know the artisans better. In this interview, IMAGO spoke with him about his experiences as a photojournalist in his country.
The war in Armenia is often left out of headlines – EVN Report is a global voice in the ongoing conflict, but also a platform for multifaceted critical discourse. IMAGO spoke to the magazine’s managing editor Roubina Margossian.
Diving into the heart of events, Sharif Shayeq photographs life of people in Afghanistan. He shows the reality of culture and society in a country struggling for peace. IMAGO spoke with him about his experiences as a photojournalist in his country.
See our picks of the year as we commemorate the art of photojournalism this month alongside IMAGO’s sponsoring of the UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards taking place tomorrow in London.
Ashraf Amra uncovers the endless faces of Gaza – showing both the conflict with Israel, and a more tender side to Palestine through his reportages of his community.
In light of this year’s edition of the UK Editors’ Guild Awards, The Game spoke to some of IMAGO’s photojournalists.
When others turn their backs, Sadak Souici turns on his camera. As a photojournalist, Souici strives to cover the hidden stories. IMAGO spoke to him about his two recent projects out of Nigeria and Ukraine.
Face to face with the morality police. Personal accounts from Iranian women who sparked worldwide protests upon the death of Mahsa Amini.
“We could be killed, as Mahsa was.” Iranian guest writer Fatemeh Roshan shares personal accounts by Iranian women who shook the world after Mahsa Amini was murdered for not wearing a headscarf properly.
Today’s elections will reveal many aspects – one of the most important is the future of indigenous groups in Brazil. Ton Molina’s photos document the ongoing battle.
Our Local Heroes series celebrates photojournalists around the world and the important stories their work brings to light.