#GambiaHasDecided – one year in

  The Gambia – the smallest country on the African continent – has come a long way since this time last year¬†and the beginning of what,¬†doubtlessly, will be an incredibly long journey. It’s always a pleasure to see these guys, the founders of what became one of the most important, impactful, social media campaigns toContinue reading “#GambiaHasDecided – one year in”

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Portraits for Positive Change – The Gambia. Jason Florio / Helen Jones-Florio

A sneak preview of the front cover of our next exhibition booklet ‘Portraits for Positive Change‘. All images are taken from an on-going body of work, here in the Gambia, West Africa ‘Gambia – victims, and resisters of a regime‘ The booklet is to accompany the portraits – and video – of our second exhibitionContinue reading “Portraits for Positive Change – The Gambia. Jason Florio / Helen Jones-Florio”

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Stories Behind Doors -Mr. Chune’s 14-year-old son was shot dead by Gambian security forces, April 2000

10 APRIL 2000 – Modou Lamin Chune, 14 years old, was one of 16 young people shot dead by Gambian paramilitary forces (over two days, 10th and 11th April) when they opened fire on a peaceful demonstration by students. At first, they used rubber bullets and tear gas. When the students refused to disperse, liveContinue reading “Stories Behind Doors -Mr. Chune’s 14-year-old son was shot dead by Gambian security forces, April 2000”

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