Grant available for photographers documenting human rights and social justice issues

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The Open Society Institute is offering a grant to photographers, professional and emerging, to document human rights and social justice issues for their 2015 Moving Walls exhibit in NYC.

From their website:

We are particularly interested in work that provides a fresh perspective and expands the visual language of documentary photography. Therefore, we invite photographers and artists to submit documentary-based work that uses new or creative visual strategies, investigative/storytelling approaches, or technologies. We seek applicants who reflect a diversity of global perspectives, especially those that are under-represented in mainstream narratives and media. Five to six projects will be selected.

We will cover the cost of: printing/framing; $2,500 participation fee; travel cost reimbursement/coverage to attend the opening reception and related events (attendance required); and return shipment of photographs.

Deadline is November 18th at 5pm EST. Apply for the grant here.

click to enlarge Grant available for photographers documenting human rights and social justice issues
From Moving Walls' In Ruins: The Fall of Greek Industry by Nikos Pios

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