“Each of our project is unique. They range from supporting migrants and asylum seekers to share their life stories, to designing participatory photography program for staff to conduct research, to using participatory medias to consult a specific community about specific issue or human right or to foster reflection and dialogue”

Online collaborative and artivist work of young Latin American migrant women in London, who seek to amplify their voices In the United Kingdom with LAWRS

FIER

Communication 4 development: International Fund for Agricultural Development, Mali participatory photography training for trainers…

Refugee Voices

Refugee Voices was a series of participatory photography workshops that encouraged destitute asylum seekers in London to visually explore…

Sensory Photography

Using the other sense to break down stereotypes and create trust with Ojos que Sienten

Online photography workshops during the second lockdown in London with our refugee friends from Jesuit Refugee Services giving them the opportunity to be creative …

Sin Fronteras

Young Latin American teenagers from LAWRS used mobile phones, compact cameras and DSLR and broke down language barriers by interacting…

Exploring Surroundings

A photography exhibition by 30 participants from various backgrounds and projects pushed the limits of photography and of investigating the medium…

RefugeYouth

We have partnered with RefugeeYouth and Refuge In Films since 2007 delivering photography workshops and curating photography exhibitions…

My Latin Elephant

The urban regeneration in Elephant and Castle presents uncertainty for the local communities, especially the Latin Americans as the Colombians, Ecuatorians…

Colour Collision

A pilot Participatory Photography project that aimed to start discussions and raise awareness of children and  young carers experiences in London…

Momentum

1951, UN Convention on Refugees was signed… 2011, young migrants from RefugeeYouth explored their own cultures and the impact migration…