For Michael Todd, working in sketchbooks has become a ritual to him – a space to escape and be at one with his images.
Travelling across the UK in 1960, the photographer captured a country driven by difference, struggling with post-war trauma and economic hardship.
For six-year-old Kamali, skateboarding has become a way of creating major positive change – breaking down barriers that have held women back for generations.
The Wave Project is the country’s first-ever surf therapy charity, helping young people find resilience through the sport.
Photographer Pauline Beugnies visits Battir: one of the last villages that is not yet cut off from Jerusalem by the separation wall.
Photojournalist Sebastian Meyer weaves his documentary photography of a conflicted region with his own heartbreaking journey of friendship and loss.
On July 12 1993, the photographer and artist was killed while covering the humanitarian crisis in Somalia. So what can we learn from his legacy?
Photographer Joey L. has been embedded with Kurdish guerrilla groups for years, capturing the human side of a fast-evolving conflict.
Photographer Alice Schoolcraft travels from Sweden to Washington state to meet her unknown relatives.
In her Sony World Photography Award-winning project Ubuntu, Rebecca Fertinel captures the collective spirit of a Congolese community in Belgium.
Federico Borella’s Five Degrees explores the link between climate change and mental health in the drought-hit region of Tamil Nadu, India.
Photographer Iris Hassid Segal captures a group of teenage girls as they complete their mandatory military service in the IDF.