We (co-)create Impact Journeys and invite and support other photographers, journalists, documentary makers and researchers to start their own Impact Journey; an umbrella term for innovative, ‘sparky’ explorative and slightly unconventional projects, based around slow travel, with a strong focus on visual storytelling on issues at the interplay between the Global South and North.
These journeys take place in the South, in collaboration with local partners – researchers, photographers, interpreters, etc. The goal is to increase awareness and dedicated action to make people and decision makers aware of- and contribute in various ways to solving urgent issues.
During our Impact Journeys we will be using a mixed methods approach using the power of media, stories and technology and combine the skills of a wide range of partners – ranging from media outlets, galleries, public spaces, individual expertise, social enterprises or NGOs to expose the work of our Impact Fellows.
Each Impact Journey will be characterised by a different approach in execution, fundraising and partnership – depending on the location, complexity and duration. Want to become an Impact Fellow? Let’s connect!