Posted on May 8, 2014
Robin Hammond speaks to World Press Photo about his award winning project CONDEMNED
thank you for that you are doing. leave before it makes you bonkers. someone else will pick it up. there are times I want to do what your are doing. maybe one day I will. be careful, safe travels. doug
This was hard to watch. It certainly is a powerful contribution for bringing world awareness to the plight of the mentally ill in Africa.
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Robin appears on Metropolis, Arte to discuss his passion for Africa, his work on Zimbabwe, his book CONDEMNED, and his most recent work documenting life in Lagos, Nigeria.
CONDEMNED in Polka Magazine. September 2012
Residents of the vibrant African city share what life there means to them on this short video made by Robin for National Geographic Magazine
Under the cover of war in The Democratic Republic of Congo rape is being committed on a massive scale
Zimbabweans living on the front lines of a dictators brutal campaign to hold on to power
Robin Hammond's work documenting mental health in African countries in crisis wins 2nd place in the Contemporary Issues category of the 2014 World Press Photo award.
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