The exhibition will debut in Bangkok (May 3- 29) at the BACC (3-5th floor) before moving on to Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.
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AFP is participating in the international Women’s Forum held in Mexico City, April 27 to April 28, 2016.
In Mexico, journalists put their lives on the line every day investigating the suffering drug cartels leave in their wake. The traffickers’ ruthlessness, violence and impunity have made Mexico one of the world’s most dangerous countries for newsgatherers.
Colombian photographer Roberto Schmidt, regional photo chief for South Asian, based in New Delhi, was awarded the Gold prize in the Disaster and Disease News – Stories category, for his pictures of the snowfall which fell over the Everest’s basecamp on April 25, 2015.
On April 30, AFP London team will take on a tough physical and mental endurance challenge to raise money for the Rory Peck Trust which supports freelance newsgatherers around the world.
Adrian Dennis, a photojournalist at AFP’s London bureau, has received for the second consecutive year the first prize in the Sports Journalists’ Association Awards (SJA) Sports Portfolio category.
The AFP interactive project, initiated a year ago and based on the creation of a platform of interactive graphics, has been selected by the Google Digital News Initiative Fund, which aims to support innovation for European News publishers.
Three AFP photojournalists have won prizes in the 2016 Days Japan photo contest
Two AFP photographers – Jim Watson and Saul Loeb – were awarded at the 2016 ceremony of the WHNPA.
Four AFP photojournalists have won prizes in the 2016 World Press Photo awards.