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The Australian Photojournalist November 16, 2009

Posted by bohdan.warchomij in : Australian photographers, Competitions, Documentary, Education, Griffith University, Photojournalism, Publications , trackback

The Australian Photojournalist has a special subscription offer on that is great value for money. One of my favourite photography publications it continues to publish great themed essays on issues of significance to us all.

Picturing Human Rights is Now Available to Purchase Online:


Photo Lori Grinker

Lori Grinker (b. 1957) began her photographic career in 1981. Her work has earned international recognition, garnering a World Press Photo Foundation Prize, a W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund fellowship, the Ernst Hass Grant, The Santa Fe Center for Photography Project Grant, and a Hasselblad Foundation Grant, among others.

The issue features the work of Robin Hammond, Joakim Eneroth, Lori Grinker, Jodi Bieber, Kate Schermerhorn, Paolo Woods, Simon Norfolk, Alvaro Hoppe and Alejandro Bustos, Donald Weber, Janet Jarman, Gilles Sabrie, Henry Fair, Julian Medina, Shiho Fukada, Angela Blakely and David Lloyd, Peter Menzel, Lauren Greenfield, Karen Robinson, and, Alfredo D’Amato

On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. To commemorate this historic act the Australian PhotoJournalist has dedicated an entire issue to stories documenting global human rights abuses. Entitled Picturing Human Rights, this 272-page full-colour book features 19 stories from some of the world’s leading and most dedicated journalists.

Picturing Human Rights is now available to buy online for only AUD$30 (plus p&h). We also have a SPECIAL OFFER on purchasing Picturing Human Rights AND our two previous editions. While stocks last you can buy all three issues for only AUD$50 (plus p&h).

Picturing Human Rights is a landmark edition


The Centre for Documentary Practice (Submission)

The Centre for Documentary Practice (CDP) seeks to support an emerging documentary photographer who submits the best-judged folio that aims to Seek Justice. The prize, a Canon EOS 5D Mark II Premium Kit, is designed to contribute to the continuation of, or an extension of the submitted project synopsis. The CDP Award is free to enter and open to anyone meeting the eligibility criteria.
The folio, of up to 12 images, may be on any subject but must have the intent to be used to make a positive difference to the subject or the context in which the subject exists.

Entries close 30 November 2009.



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