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Women on the Move: A Conversation with Danielle Villasana & Amrita Chandradas
Women make up about half of those who migrate internationally and within their own countries. Some are pulled by the promise of a better future, but for those who face famine or danger in their home countries, migration is a gamble for their very survival. National Geographic recently teamed with photographers with The Everyday Projects—a global network with a mission to challenge stereotypes by presenting diverse perspectives—to explore how hardship and obligation, violence, poverty, climate change, and other forces undermine women's lives, spurring them to make life-changing journeys.

In this webinar, we will hear from two of the eight photojournalists whose stories were featured in "Women on the Move" and how they documented those journeys to share with the world. We'll also briefly explore the other featured stories and how Villasana and Chandradas worked in collaboration with these six photographers on this group documentary project.

This conversation is part of a series, Stories of Migration and Immigration, being jointly sponsored by the School of Journalism and Media Studies and the Pulitzer Center.

Mar 5, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Danielle Villasana
Danielle Villasana is an independent photojournalist based in Istanbul whose documentary work focuses on human rights, gender, displacement, and health. Danielle strongly believes in the intersection and power of photography paired with education and community development. In 2019 she co-founded We, Women, an ongoing platform exploring crucial issues across the U.S. through photo-based community engagement projects by women and non-binary artists. In 2016, she joined The Everyday Project's Community Team where she helps conceive and work on various initiatives, such as Re-Picture, a mentorship program, and group photography projects. In 2018, she joined the Authority Collective as a board member. And, from 2014 to 2018, in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy in Peru, she created and ran Fotos por el Cambio, a photography workshop aiming to empower communities and emerging photographers.
Amrita Chandradas
Documentary Photographer
Amrita Chandradas is a Singaporean documentary photographer. In 2014, she won the top 30 under 30 documentary photographers showcase by Magnum Photos & Ideas tap. Chandradas was also a finalist for the Asian Women Photographers showcase, excellence in Digital News by SOPA News, and is a young portfolio finalist for the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards.She graduated with an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary photography from London College of Communications & and is a former Angkor Photo Festival workshop alumni (2016). Her work is featured at The New York Times, SONY, National Heritage Board,Timeout Singapore,BBC world, British Journal of Photography, NPR, Financial Times, Dagbladet & among others.