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Interactive platform whose aim is to research and promote Cuban women photographers’ work since 19th century till now.
Women photojournalists Marizilda Cruppe, Agnes Dherbeys, Benedicte Kurzen, Justyna Mielnikiewicz, Lourdes Segade and Newsha Tavakolian founded this international group, focusing on social topics such as disease, water access and motherhood.
Founded in Great Britain by Anna Fox and Maria Kapajeva, is a group designed to promote and engage with women in photography across the globe. Their aim is to provoke a new debate and ensure that women photographers’ work will be in the news and in the history books.
Platform founded by Verónica Sanchis Bencomo, intends to promote Caribbean and Latin American women photographers’ work.
Founded in Trieste (Italy), by Marisa Ulcigrai, is an association whose aim is to promote women’s creativity in photography, organizing exhibits and conferences. Its members are women artists, photographers and photo amateurs.
Founded in 2016 by Marina Trancoso, a brasilian based in Germany, is an independent online magazine whose aim is to promote women photographers’ work.
Australian women photpgraphers’ collective, was founded in 2017 by Donna Bailey, Chloe Bartram, Jessie Boylan, Aletheia Casey, Anna Maria Antoinette D’Addario, Lyndal Irons, Morganna Magee and Sarah Phodes.
Founded in 1975 by Danielle Hayes and Dianora Niccolini, is a non-profit organization based in New York whose aim is to promote their members’ work.
Female photographers collective active in the Middle East, Rawiya, meaning She who tells a story, was founded by Myriam Abdelaziz, Tamara Abdul Hadi, Dalia Khamissy, Laura Boushnak, Tanya Habjouqa and Newska Tavakolian. Their work pushes both East and West to think about their own stereotypes with the extent to redressing the way in which the world looks at the Middle West.
Founded in 2014 by Anglo-American journalist Amie Ferris Rotman, its aims is to sustain and form afghan women operating in the communication field.
Founded in 2014 in Toronto by photographers and artists Regina Garcia, Kerry Shaw, Raina Kirn, May Truong, Anya Chibis, Angela Lewis, Michelle Yee and Broke Wedlock, aims to promote members’ work with initiatives such as exhibits.
Founded by Petra Collins, is an international platform of joung female artists (many of them are photographers or use photography as media) showcasing individual and collaborative projects such as the book Babe, published in 2015 by Random House.
Founded by german photographer Nicole Struppert, its aim is to give female photographers a platform to show their work, inspire and encourage them on their journey as a photographer.
Founded in 2008 by 2 photographers: Amy Elkins and Cara Phillips, has a website where many women photograpghers’ work is shown. Sponsored by Brooklyn Art Council, collaborates with Aperture Foundation, LACMA, MoCP, Lesile Tonkonow, Lightwork, P.P.O.W. Gallery and Humble Arts Foundation, only to name a few. Since 2009 it established a competition together with Kodak and LTI/Lightside Photographic to sustain their projects.
Founded in 1981 by Thea Litsios, Orah Moore, Carrie Mae Weems, Margaret Grundstein and Mary McNally to give value to women photographers, since 2000, thanks to President Jean Ferro, has an extensive website. Moreover since 2016 all digital and paper documents and Charter Members’ archives were acquired by Yale University and settled in WIPI Archive at Beinecke Library.
Founded by documentary photographer Daniella Zalcman, is an initiative working to elevate the voices of female, female-identifying, and non-binary visual journalists. It has a rich website with links to more than 400 international women photographers’ websites and a list of women photographers organizations. All women photographers with more than 5 years experience can join; every year they organize grants for women photographers.
Association about women photojournalists in Washington DC area.
Founded in 2012 by english photographer and artist Anouska Beckwith, is a women photographers’ and artists’ collective whose aim is to support and exhibit their works.
Founded in USA, is a website whose aim is to advertise and promote surf women photographers Fran Miller, Cait Miers, Clare Plueckhahn, Ming Nomchong, Shannon Glasson, Sasha Golyanova, Maria Fernanda, Bryanna Bradley, Sarah Lee, Sachi Cunningham, Olivia Doan, Elizabeth Pepin Silva, Lucia Griggi and Claudia Lederer.
Founded in 2013 by pgotojournalists Angela Jimu, Annie Mpalume, Charmaine Chitate, Cynthia Matonhodze, Davina Jogi, Katy Lannas, Kresiah Mukwazhi, Lucy Broderick, Mana Meadows and Nyaradzo Dhliwayo, has the aim to promote members’ work and visual culture in their country.
Collective formed by armenian women photographers Nazik Armenakyan, Anahit Hayrapetyan and Anush Babajanyan, has the aim to promote women photographers’ work in their country and worldwide.