A story on how the Australian Government treating asylum seekers and refugees on Manus Island (PNG) and in Nauru, published on Meduza Project (in Russian) The photos also show victims of the police brutality in other parts of Papua New Guinea, the country were refugees are supposed to be resettled permanently.
Today at my lecture on “Documentary Photography and Human Rights” in American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Thanks to my dear friend and colleague Elyor Nematov for the invitation and photos.
Recent publications of my work on human rights in the Pacific in Amnesty International “WIRE” magazine (English and Arabic), “Amnesty Journal” (Germany) and in ACAT’s (France) 2014 report about torture practice in the world
PNG Human Rights Film Festival , organised by the United Nations, started this week in Port Moresby. Happy to see two of my films included there:
“Crying Meri” book signing at Visa Pour L’Image festival in Perpignan, France. Photo by Elena Chernyshova