“Our Streets” Photography exhibition comes to Bradford

AfCiC’s partner, Street Action, is hosting a photography exhibition at Bradford Cathedral from 3rd – 26th October 2012.

Premièred last year in London, the exhibition offers a challenging insight into the lives of children living on the streets in three African countries. It explores the stories of street children through the eyes of three very different  photographers who spent time volunteering with the projects; AfCiC in Kenya, New Generation in Burundi and Umthombo in South Africa.

To launch the exhibition, the Rt Revd Nick Baines, Bishop of Bradford will be hosting an opening night on the 3rd October at 6.30pm, with talks from Street Action representatives including Tom Hewitt MBE, founder of Umthombo. All are welcome.

To find out more about the exhibition please visit the website.

Prints of all photos will be available for sale, with proceeds going to support these projects in Africa. The photo above was taken at the AfCiC Interim Care Centre by Matt Oldfield.

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