Posted on November 28, 2012
See the feature: Zimbabwe, ‘Your wounds will be named silence’
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CONDEMNED exhibited at Visa Pour l’Image in Perpignan, France. Interview on France 3. September 2012
With photography by Robin Hammond of Panos Pictures, this multimedia piece looks at the island nation of Tuvalu, as the Tuvaluan people become some of the first environmental refugees, a direct result of man-made climate change.
Suppliers to Gap and Levis poison the heart of one of Africa’s poorest countries
Robin Hammond's series of portraits of Lagosians shot for National Geographic Magazine embraces the diversity of Africa's most populous city
Where there is war, famine, displacement, it is the most vulnerable that suffer the greatest.
Can Africa's fertile farmland feed the world? Robin Hammond travels through six sub-Saharan African countries for National Geographic Magazine in search of an answer.
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