Taking place on Saturday 19 May, this one-day festival will feature a photographic exhibition showcasing the output of a variety of projects by organisations and individuals that aim to bring about positive social change through photography, alongside a programme of talks, panel discussions and workshops (including Sensory Photography and Visual Literacy). The festival will feature examples of photojournalism, participatory photography, citizen journalism and sensory photography, among others.

In the lead up to the Festival a number of activities and events will take place to raise public and press interest in the topic, including meetings, webinars, exhibitions and podcasts.

Keynote Panel Debate: What role does ‘truth’ play in photography for social change?

Matt Daw, Projects Manager, PhotoVoice (Chair)
Simon Norfolk, photographer
Ian Berry, photojournalist
KennardPhillips, photo activist
Stephen Sidlo, Demotix

Saturday 19th May 2012, 11am – 5pm

The Hub Westminster, 1st Floor, New Zealand House,
80 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4TE

Entry is free but places need to be reserved in advance.