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yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
Biko Wesa shows us an indigenous community that's disappearing almost as fast as their sacred forest home.

World Press Photo
yesterday at 10:00. Facebook
2017 prizewinner Paula Bronstein on her dedication to photographing the women of Afghanistan.

Paula Bronstein: Life in the backdrop of war - Canon Professional Network
World Press Photo
03/24/2017 at 16:07. Facebook
"The inhabitants said we were the first significant thing that happened since the bank robbery of ’59." (via WeTransfer)

World Press Photo 2017 – Markus Jokela: Table Rock, Nebraska – WeTransfer This Works
World Press Photo
03/24/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Want to know more about the accredited Documentary Photography Projects course? Watch this teaser and don't forget to apply by Sunday! [ Link ]
World Press Photo
03/23/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
To students, Instagram is photography and photography is Instagram. Can educators then afford to ignore this platform?

Is Instagram the new gateway to photography?
World Press Photo
03/23/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Join us at Pakhuis De Zwijger Amsterdam on Wednesday, 29 March, for the launch of 2016 prizewinner Nancy Borowick's book The Family Imprint.

Book launch: The Family Imprint
World Press Photo
03/22/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Learn how to develop, plan and execute a large-scale photography project. Come away with a new, stronger body of work. Deadline Sunday: [ Link ]
World Press Photo
03/22/2017 at 11:15. Facebook
After further investigation and legal advice, World Press Photo would like to provide an update on the debate about the status of the second prize winner in Long-Term Projects, Hossein Fatimi’s “An…

Pursuing justice and seeking the truth: a World Press Photo Contest update
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03/21/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
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03/20/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
"At the masterclass, I learned that you have to be a great business person, too. Being a great photographer is not enough." — Kenyan photographer Biko Wesa

Meet the Masterclass East Africa: Biko Wesa
World Press Photo
03/19/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Photo Series of the Week by Tomás Munita, Chile (The New York Times)

Cuba on the Edge of Change
Find out what made "When the Spirit Moves" so powerful for Digital Storytelling jury member Liza Faktor, then watch it in our gallery: [ Link ]

Liza Faktor - interview on the 2017 Long Form winner
Hear from DJ Clark on why "Claressa" took the Digital Storytelling Short Form 1st prize and then watch it for yourself: [ Link ]

D.J. Clark - interview on the 2017 Short Form winner
Great participants, great partners, great project, great photos! Here's some of the work coming out of our latest satellite masterclass in Ghana.

10 interesting photos by participants at the World Press Photo Foundation Masterclass West Africa - Ventures Africa
We're proud to present the 187 photographers nominated for this year's Joop Swart Masterclass!

Announcing the 2017 Joop Swart Masterclass nominees
How is a substantial documentary project planned and executed? This diploma program offers two workshops and individual coaching. Apply by 26 March.

Course: Documentary Photography Projects
See more prize-winning photography from the 2017 Photo Contest this week on our Instagram. [ Link ]

Instagram post by World Press Photo Foundation • Mar 14, 2017 at 5:04am UTC
Join us at the World Press Photo Festival for a chance to meet leading editors & visual storytellers from all over the globe.

Photo Series of the Week by Amber Bracken, Canada (Rogue Collective)

Standing Rock
Welcome to Yeoville, a neighborhood of peace for African migrants who decide not to cross the Mediterranean Sea. Photo story by Miora Rajaonary.

Terminus: Yeoville