Images of Repression and Freedom: Exploring Human Rights Through Photography
Freedom House auctioned off photos from 17 different countries, including Bahrain, Belarus, Burma, China, Cuba, Sudan, and Syria, at a photo auction hosted in conjunction with the release of its report Worst of the Worst 2012: The World's Most Repressive Societies. The photos touched on themes including freedom, political participation, human rights, and repression.
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At an event on April 18, Freedom House auctioned off photographs from more than 20 different countries, including Bahrain, Belarus, China, Russia, South Sudan, and Syria. The images, taken by amateur and professional photographers, were chosen as finalists from among hundreds of submissions to Freedom House’s second annual photo contest, “Images of Repression and Freedom.”
by Sarah Trister
The 5th Annual Photo and Art Contest, “Capturing Human Rights,” features work by professional and amateur photographers and artists that reflect the themes of human rights and freedom.