Jon Lowenstein’s project, Shadow Lives USA, seeks to depict humane stories of migration to the US that serve as an anti-venom to the radical & reactionary climate consistently promulgated by anti-immigration advocates.
For her series 'Factory Girls in India', Andrea Bruce wins the Award of Excellence of the 74th Pictures of the Year International | Andrea Bruce / NOOR
Despite the great dangers, the old tradition of sponge diving continues on the Aegean island of Kalymnos, which is home of the world's finest sponge divers | Francesco Zizola / NOOR
We are pleased to announce NOOR photographer Robin Hammond has been awarded 2nd prize in the People category of World Press Photo 2017 for his portrait of 41 year old Hellen Alfred from Juba in South Sudan.
NOOR, Danish School of Journalism, and World Press Photo announce a new international diploma program for documentary photographers and photojournalists.
2016: The Year of Trump. From the protests against Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim speech to the demonstrations following election day, Nina Berman documented the salient moments of Trump’s controversial election | Nina Berman / NOOR
Gang-related violence has plagued Chicago since the 1960s, but 2016 has been the most violent year in almost two decades | Jon Lowenstein / NOOR
25 Years Since The Fall of the Soviet Union | Between 1994 and 2013 Stanley Greene travelled to the post-Soviet states of Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan to document life around the Caspian Sea.
Kalimantan, being the biggest island of Indonesia has an incredible beauty and bio diversity. Unfortunately interference by mankind has destroyed many pristine peatlands often by fires. Kadir van Lohuizen investigates what can be done to prevent future fires and restore the unique peatlands. | Kadir van Lohuizen / NOOR