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Calling photographers of all ages, nationalities and technical skills! What does freedom mean to you?


Everyone should be able to live in freedom. Yet today there are 110 million people forcibly displaced worldwide. Each person, with their own hopes, fears and dreams, has been forced to flee from violence, conflict and persecution, leaving their homes, communities or countries behind. 

We invited you to explore the word ‘freedom’ by taking part in this open photography competition to fundraise for Freedom from Torture, a charity which supports refugee survivors of torture in the UK.

A selection of the photographs will be made for exhibition and a winner in each age group and a number of runner-ups will be decided by a professional jury made up of eminent photographers Kolbassia Haoussou MBE, Aisha Olamide Seriki and director of Panos Pictures Adrian Evans. Winners in each category will be awarded prize money and a longlist of entries will be published in our digital gallery. 


The photos will be displayed at the following prestigious galleries:


The Velorose Gallery (London): 17th-29th June 2024

The Glasgow Gallery of Photography (Glasgow): 17th-23rd June 2024

44AD artspace (Bath): 14th-16th June 2024

Submissions have now closed. 

Want to donate to the cause but don't want to enter the competition? Click below! Any donations will be gratefully received.

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