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Apeksha Bagchi

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‘Documenting Humanity’ Around The World, Photographers Spread Awareness About Human Trafficking Survivors

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  •  March 23, 2019

Documenting humanity – that’s the motto of the widely-known ‘24 Hour Project’ that connects emerging photographers from all over the world, who share one photo per hour during 24 hours. 

The photos not only allow people to see the world from a different point of view but also make a difference by raising awareness about global issues.

Recently, they have been sharing powerful pictures from their last project Documenting For Social Change in an attempt to support human trafficking survivors.

2:45 a.m. #Kathmandu #Nepal by @rujazz as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for the world’s largest photography event? . What: Shoot & share a photo every hour for 24 hours When: May 25, 2019 Where: In your city Theme: Documenting humanity with a focus on women stories to support Women’s Human Rights . Registration + donations are open at www.24hourproject.org (100% donation profits will go to selected charities) . @DocumentingForSocialChange On April 7th 2018, 4,280 photographers from 850 cities in 104 countries came together to document humanity to make a difference and support Human Trafficking Survivors.

409 Likes, 2 Comments – @24hourproject on Instagram: “2:45 a.m. #Kathmandu #Nepal by @rujazz as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for the…”

2:28 p.m. #Sirjan #Kerman #Iran by @saeed.zolfi as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for the world’s largest photography event? . What: Shoot & share a photo every hour for 24 hours When: May 25, 2019 Where: In your city Theme: Documenting humanity with a focus on women stories to support Women’s Human Rights . Registration + donations are open at www.24hourproject.org (100% donation profits will go to selected charities) . @DocumentingForSocialChange On April 7th 2018, 4,280 photographers from 850 cities in 104 countries came together to document humanity to make a difference and support Human Trafficking Survivors.

477 Likes, 4 Comments – @24hourproject on Instagram: “2:28 p.m. #Sirjan #Kerman #Iran by @saeed.zolfi as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for…”

11:11 a.m. #Singapore “Vibrance” by @keithwongz as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for the world’s largest photography event? . What: Shoot & share a photo every hour for 24 hours When: May 25, 2019 Where: In your city Theme: Documenting humanity with a focus on women stories to support Women’s Human Rights . Registration + donations are open at www.24hourproject.org (link in profile) 100% donation profits will go to selected charities. . @DocumentingForSocialChange On April 7th 2018, 4,280 photographers from 850 cities in 104 countries came together to document humanity to make a difference and support Human Trafficking Survivors.

321 Likes, 5 Comments – @24hourproject on Instagram: “11:11 a.m. #Singapore “Vibrance” by @keithwongz as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for…”

4:50 p.m. #Palkot #India “Women always on survival mode” by @RenzoGrande as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for the world’s largest photography event? . What: Shoot & share a photo every hour for 24 hours When: May 25, 2019 Where: In your city Theme: Documenting humanity with a focus on women stories to support Women’s Human Rights . Registration + donations are open at www.24hourproject.org (link in profile) 100% donation profits will go to selected charities. . @DocumentingForSocialChange On April 7th 2018, 4,280 photographers from 850 cities in 104 countries came together to document humanity to make a difference and support Human Trafficking Survivors.

690 Likes, 5 Comments – @24hourproject on Instagram: “4:50 p.m. #Palkot #India “Women always on survival mode” by @RenzoGrande as part of the…”

1:35 p.m. #Lagos #Nigeria “Nothing but Joy” by @daviddosunmu as part of the #24hourproject. . Are you ready for the world’s largest photography event? . What: Shoot & share a photo every hour for 24 hours When: May 25, 2019 Where: In your city Theme: Documenting humanity with a focus on women stories to support Women’s Human Rights . Registration + donations are open at www.24hourproject.org (100% donation profits will go to selected charities) . @DocumentingForSocialChange On April 7th 2018, 4,280 photographers from 850 cities in 104 countries came together to document humanity to make a difference and support Human Trafficking Survivors.

395 Likes, 7 Comments – @24hourproject on Instagram: “1:35 p.m. #Lagos #Nigeria “Nothing but Joy” by @daviddosunmu as part of the #24hourproject. . Are…”

The theme of their upcoming project is “documenting humanity with a focus on women stories to support Women’s Human Rights”, which will take place on the 25th of May this year.

 

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