Picturing Humanitarian Healthcare is a forum with an interactive blog for dialogue, debate, exchange, and reflection concerning the ethical opportunities and challenges of producing images (video, photography, installations, other) in and of humanitarian healthcare crises.
The blog is where you will find commentaries and reflections on ethical challenges around the visual representation, politics and culture of picturing humanitarian health ethics. Take time to read, form your own thoughts and reflections, then connect with us to contribute a response or new commentary in order to join in the conversation.
We encourage humanitarian healthcare workers, academics, professional photographers, visual artists, communications specialists and others with an interest to contribute images, commentary or personal reflections to the Picturing Humanitarian Healthcare Blog.
A list of published literature and multimedia works on visual culture and representation theory, practice, and experience.