Amnesty International celebrates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was adopted in Paris by the United Nations 70 years ago, in 1948.
In order to reaffirm its commitment to this founding text, Amnesty International placed an unique photographic order with a view to emphasize the scope and the core values of the Declaration.
Bruce Gilden / Magnum Photos (United States)
Claudia Huidobro & Tendance Floue (France)
Ulrich Lebeuf / Myop (France)
Sebastian Liste / Noor (Spain)
Lorenzo Meloni / Magnum Photos (Italy)
Zanele Muholi (South Africa)
Yann Rabanier (France)
Anton Renborg (Sweden)
Artistic direction :
Fany Dupêchez and Pascal Michaut / ArtPhotoProjects
With all the diversity of their photographic writings, they create images on some of the fundamental subjects of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: dignity, justice, right to love, education, freedom of expression, freedom of movement...