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Join PhotoVoice's board of trustees - photography for social change

PhotoVoice is seeking new trustees to join our board. We are currently recruiting for two new trustees, who can help us to deliver our vision for a world in which everyone has the chance to represent themselves and tell their own story.

Since 2003, PhotoVoice has worked all over the world delivering participatory photography projects to achieve positive social change. Its award-winning work has addressed issues as diverse as political engagement, disability, education, HIV, sexual exploitation, climate change, and many more.

We are seeking two outstanding candidates to contribute to our board. In particular, we would welcome applications from candidates with senior levels of skill and experience in fundraising (major grants and donors) and financial compliance. A keen interest in photography is highly recommended.

All applicants should have understanding and insight into charities to help build PhotoVoice's profile and partnerships with organisations, policy makers and legislators. Board meetings are held quarterly in central London.

PhotoVoice is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion in recruitment

How to apply

For more information about PhotoVoice, what we are looking for in Trustees, what a prospective Trustee should know, the recruitment process, role and person descriptions, please access the background information for potential applicants available here -

For any other enquiries before you apply, please email

To be considered for the role of Trustee, please send a CV and covering letter to Russell Watkins, Chair of PhotoVoice at by midday on Friday March 16th. Successful candidates will be invited to interview in late March, following review of applications by the current board of trustees in early March.