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This joint exhibition with the Dutch Ministry Of Foreign Affairs and the City of The Hague explores how women and gender issues have evolved in the 21st century and how photojournalism has developed in the ways of portraying them. Now on display in Geneva, Switzerland. Find out more. 

The 2022 edition of See the Story, our free learning publication, is now available! It provides visitors to our exhibition and website with information on our visual world and explores important questions for visual storytelling. Get your copy.

Providing a variety of perspectives from all corners of the globe, the 2022 World Press Photo Contest awarded works present courageous stories, invaluable insights and a diversity of interpretations – from the undeniable effects of the climate crisis to civil rights movements, and from access to education to preserving indigenous practices and identity. See the collection. 
We’re proud to present the World Press Photo Yearbook 2022, featuring the award-winning photographs and stories from the 65th annual World Press Photo Contest, taken by 24 photographers from 23 countries. Order the Yearbook 2022. 
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