FEATURED PROJECTS


SOMEONE ELSE'S TREASURE

“When the company first came here, we welcomed them because they promised to bring us development – services to local communities, schools, hospitals, basics. But since they came, they have turned our whole society upside down! Land is going away, our food sources are going away, culture, costume, everything is going away, fading away! It’s worse than you can imagine!”

– Jethro Tulin, Ipili tribesman from Porgera, Papua New Guinnea.

Someone Else’s Treasure is a collaborative multimedia project that examines the social and environmental impacts of different multinational mining projects from the perspectives of affected indigenous communities around the world.


PHOTO ESSAYS


VIDEO


TRANSFORMATIONS

Transformations: Stories of Partnership, Resilience and Positive Change is a collaborative photojournalism project intended to increase dialogue and further understanding of international partnerships that address complex global challenges. Through individual and organizational stories the Ontario Council for International Cooperation (OCIC) invites viewers to actively engage in a new narrative on international cooperation and solidarity.

  PARTNERSHIP RESILIENCE AND POSITIVE CHANGE IN TANZANIA  (Photo Essay)  Tanzania 2016. In this exhibit we share photos and stories of several women, men and children impacted by CPAR’s Farmer Field Schools and Junior Farmer Field Schools in Bunda District, Northern Tanzania. These provide a glimpse into the efforts of farmers, communities, students, and their schools to integrate sustainable approaches to food production and livelihood development by: encouraging gender equality; through alternative energy production, such as biogas; and with village community banking (VICOBA).

PARTNERSHIP RESILIENCE AND POSITIVE CHANGE IN TANZANIA (Photo Essay)

Tanzania 2016. In this exhibit we share photos and stories of several women, men and children impacted by CPAR’s Farmer Field Schools and Junior Farmer Field Schools in Bunda District, Northern Tanzania. These provide a glimpse into the efforts of farmers, communities, students, and their schools to integrate sustainable approaches to food production and livelihood development by: encouraging gender equality; through alternative energy production, such as biogas; and with village community banking (VICOBA).


COMING SOON/UNDER CONSTRUCTION:


 PEOPLE'S CLIMATE MARCH - NYC, USA

PEOPLE'S CLIMATE MARCH - NYC, USA

 COP15 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

COP15 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

 STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

 UNITED NATIONS PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES

UNITED NATIONS PERMANENT FORUM ON INDIGENOUS ISSUES

 COP21 PARIS, FRANCE

COP21 PARIS, FRANCE

 MINING INJUSTICE SOLIDARITY NETWORK

MINING INJUSTICE SOLIDARITY NETWORK

 SIPAKAPA

SIPAKAPA

 COP16 CANCUN, MEXICO

COP16 CANCUN, MEXICO

 PEACE

PEACE

 PHILIPPINE LEARNING TOUR

PHILIPPINE LEARNING TOUR