- Nana Kofi Acquah, Photographer
- Claire Bracegirdle, Communications Officer, Politics and Governance Programme, Overseas Development Institute
- Niamh Brannigan, Communications and Advocacy Manager, Adeso
- Martin Cottingham, Head of Communications at Islamic Relief
- Peter DiCampo, Co-Founder of Everyday Africa
- Tom Elkins, PhotoVoice
- Lucille Flood, Picture Editor at Comic Relief
- Hazel Healy, Editor at New Internationalist
- Emily Herrick and Adam Parker, Reboot
- John Hilary, Executive Director of War on Want
- Tolu Ogunlesi, Writer and West Africa Editor of The Africa Report
- Nazia Parvez, Photographer
- Zachary Rosen, Photography Editor at Africa is a Country
- Minna Salami, Writer and Editor of MsAfropolitan
- Francesca Sears, Director of Panos Profile, Panos Pictures
- Jonathan Tanner, Communications Manager at Tony Blair's Africa Governance Initiative
- Russell Watkins, Multimedia/Photography Editor at DFID UK
- Kofi Yeboah, Communications Manager, Clean Team Ghana
- Hans Zomer, Director, and Fiona Coyle, Programme Officer at Dóchas
What kind of photo provokes people to donate money to aid agencies – and how do agencies ensure that images preserve their subjects’ dignity? What kinds of constraints influence the photos we choose? And has social media created new opportunities for self-representation, or just reinforced the use of outdated visual clichés?
Join photographers, donors, researchers, critics and NGO sector communications professionals to discuss these issues, highlight great (and not so great) examples of development photography, and share best practice.
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