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THE LEADING COMMUNITY OF STORYTELLERS BUILDING CAPACITY FOR non-profits & ngos

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INDIGENOUS RISING


INDIGENOUS RISING


Indigenous Rising, photographed by Red Works Photography's Nadya Kwandibens in partnership with Photographers Without Borders, is a portrait series featuring Indigenous artists, scholars, media-makers, activists, and survivors whose work centers and amplifies stories of Indigenous resistance, reclamation, resurgence, decolonization, and intelligence. Portraits are accompanied by a message from each participant and will be on display throughout Kensington Market in Toronto for the month of May during CONTACT Photography Festival. Indigenous Rising is also being expanded to a full-length documentary film. Read more here.

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PWB Magazine


PWB Magazine


We're sharing a world of possibility through storytelling. Explore the work we do through our online and print magazines here.


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Have a photo story you want to share or know a photographer who has a story to share? Submit to info@photographerswithoutborders.org

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PWB SCHOOL


Where storytelling and change- making intersect

PWB SCHOOL


Where storytelling and change- making intersect

PWB School is the ultimate storytelling education experience that will prepare you to create compelling imagery and make change in an ethical way. 

PWB School : mongolia

THIS TRIP IS SOLD OUT!

 

PWB SCHOOL : SUMATRA

Trip Dates:
September 23-October 7, 2018, 2018

Come to the jungle and work closely with a grassroots NGO to document their work protecting critically endangered wildlife. Proceeds go directly towards conserving pristine wildlife habitat.

PWB SCHOOL : India

Trip Dates:
November 6-20, 2018

Come to India and experience Diwali and the legendary Pushkar Camel Fair while you work closely with a grassroots NGO to document their work in bringing unity, empowerment and independence for women and girls in India. Proceeds will directly support the NGO.