Client Meeting: What UNICEF Looks For from the Photographers they Hire

November 17, 2016

By Holly Stuart Hughes

© Unicef/UN026364/ Photo by Ashley Gilbertson VII Photo

Ashley Gilbertson photographed a recent story about the difficulties migrants face applying for asylum once they reach Europe. Among his subjects was a family from the Syrian city of Homs who live in a refugee shelter in Berlin.

In its mission to advocate for the rights and well-being of children around the world, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works with photographers who document its programs and create imagery used in advocacy. Christine Nesbitt Hills has been the senior photography editor for UNICEF since 2014. A former photojournalist, Nesbitt has long been interested in using photography as a tool...

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