UNICEF Photography

Photo Essays: Child's View
Child’s View: Childhood in OPT - Part I of II

June 2010: In August 2009, UNICEF held a photography workshop for 16 young people in the West Bank of the Occupied Palestinian Territory. Honouring the 20th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the workshop celebrated children’s right to expression.

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March 2012: Children affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan documented their recovery.

June 2010: UNICEF held a photography workshop with 20 students in South Africa’s poorest province.

June 2010: Part I of II: UNICEF held a photography workshop for 16 young people in the West Bank of the Occupied Palestinian Territory.

July 2009: Children in Gori, Georgia participated in a photography workshop to document the impact of the 2008 conflict over South Ossetia.

April 2008: To raise awareness about malaria and explore its impact on their community, 20 children participated in a photography workshop.

December 2006: Journalists and photographers shared their skills with children in Thailand through the InSIGHT Out! workshop series.

July 2006: In late 2005 in Iran, 125 children, including Afghan and Iraqi refugees, took part in a UNICEF-supported photography competition.

August 2005: One year after the armed takeover of School No. 1, Beslan children express their continuing pain and sorrow through photos.

January 2005: Children in two of the most-affected districts in southern Thailand photographed their communities’ efforts to rebuild.

August 2011: Children express themselves through photography in a UNICEF workshop held in Bamako, Mali.

June 2010: Part II of II: UNICEF held a photography workshop for 19 young people in the Gaza Strip of the Occupied Palestinian Territory.

January 2010: Thirty Bangladeshi adolescents in rural communities joined a Government- and UNICEF-supported photography workshop.

April 2009: In June 2008, 15 children who have lived on the streets in the Central African Republic participated in a UNICEF photography workshop.

April 2008: In a recent photography workshop in Rwanda, children explored the impact of malaria on their lives and communities.

October 2006: The EYE SEE II project features photographs by 160 Pakistani children affected by the 2005 devastating earthquake.

May 2006: In early 2006, several students at Amar Jyoti School in New Delhi, India, participated in a UNICEF photography workshop.

March 2005: Through art, children express their fears and sorrows caused by the December 2004 tsunami.