President Barack Obama stands with Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton on the stage of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia | Nina Berman / NOOR
Over 15,000 credentialed press and many more freelance journalists descended on Cleveland last week for the Republican National Convention.
For Columbia Journalism Review, Nina Berman covered the event focusing on the media circus. | Nina Berman / NOOR
Learn impactful visual storytelling, develop a personal vision, and gain new knowledge under the guidance of NOOR photographers Stanley Greene and Alixandra Fazzina, at the NOOR-SLOVAK PRESS PHOTO Masterclass in Documentary Photography taking place in Bratislava, Slovakia, 13-17 September 2016
In 1993 and 2003, NOOR photographer Stanley Greene was in Southern Sudan, witnessing some of the heaviest fighting between rival factions.
His 'Southern Sudan, 1993/2003: Consequences of an ongoing civil war' series explores the aftermath of a relentless internal conflict, which has resulted in mass population displacement and harsh economic woes. Stanley Greene / NOOR
At a rate of every minute every day, the New York Police Department stops a person, questions them, asks for identification, and frisks them, sometimes at gunpoint, sometimes slapped against a wall. Most of the time that person is black or Latino and most of the time he is living in the city’s poorest communities.
Nina Berman has been documenting for over 15 years police violence in USA. Nina Berman / NOOR
Protests have sparked all over USA following the shooting of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
Jon Lowenstein has been documenting the Black Lives Matter movement since the street demonstrations which followed the killing of Micheal Brown in 2014. Jon Lowenstein / NOOR
2002-2016:Yuri Kozyrev has been working in Iraq for 14 years, documenting the war day by day. Today, for TIME, he reports from the front lines of the new battle against ISIS.
Despite the great progress in the movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or intersex (“LGBTI”) rights in recent years, nearly 2.8 billion people live in countries where identifying as LGBTI is subject to rampant discrimination, criminalization, and even death. Robin Hammond visited seven countries to document stories of discrimination and survival from 65 people of 15 different nationalities. | Robin Hammond/ NOOR
A look back at Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign in 1992, when she played the role of adoring wife, tirelessly campaigning for her husband, then Governor Bill Clinton, who was making his first run for national office.
Twenty-four years later, on June 7, 2016, Hillary Clinton made history to become the first woman to secure the Democratic Party’s nomination for president. | Nina Berman / NOOR