We speak to director Matthew Heineman about A Private War: his new film that pays tribute to the legendary journalist’s life.
We speak to four female photojournalists working in hostile environments about what drives them, despite the inherent risk in their work.
In his dark and atmospheric new project, The Karabakhians, photographer Gus Palmer documents the underreported conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
In his latest collaboration with Save The Children, photographer Giles Duley returns to the Iraq city to captures the devastating aftermath of the Battle of Mosul.
For 25 years, Dutch photographer Jan Grarup has been travelling the world to document some of history’s most significant wars, crises and catastrophes.
Swiss photographer Meinrad Schade spends seven months shooting the conflict in Israel and Palestine, focusing on everyday existence behind the headlines.
Yesterday, demonstrations against the weekend’s bombings were held across the country. Photographer Theo McInnes joins the crowds in London.
Forgotten in an isolated Greek camp, young refugees have produced the Ritsona Kingdom Journal to remind the world they exist.
Human rights and activist filmmakers talk about how VR can be a powerful tool to force underreported or forgotten issues into the public consciousness.
War veteran Michael A. McCoy initially turned to photography as a way of coping with PTSD. Since then, he’s shot some of the most significant protests in US history. He shares his advice for young activists.
Emanuele Amighetti’s latest project, ‘Unrecognized Nation, Forgotten War’, explores the reality behind the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
As Ukraine erupted in conflict, Brendan Hoffman jumped on the next flight – confronting his own shattered reality in the process.