PAN has been a supporter of the Photojournalism Hub since the founder, photojournalist Cinzia D’Ambrosi, started the intuitive in 2018 which then became a Community Interest Company in 2021.
• Photojournalism Hub is a not for profit community group that uses Photojournalism to address and engage people to human rights abuses and social justice issues. It also connects Photojournalism to action for policy change by training individuals and organisations to expose social justice issues.
This year Cinzia asked PAN to review some of the members’ work featuring in the Photojournalism Hub End of Year Showcase. From a cracking submission of image sets sent in by a number of their worldwide members these two really caught my eye:
This work by Congo based photojournalist Justin Makangara and his coverage of the Cinema at the Holy Hill – the portrait shot of Ms Sylivie is just great!
This is powerful work from photojournalist Josue Cortez covering the conflict which has escalated between the government and the cocaleros due to the existence of an illegal market parallel to that of their institution in La Paz, Bolivia.