Generation. Ziyah Gafic, 2004
Welcome to the first edition of Enter, a magazine of World Press Photo’s
Education Department for participants and organizations involved in the foundation's
The online publication also aims to inform supporters and those interested
in these educational activities in the developing world and elsewhere, as well
as involving the wider photojournalistic community in the southern hemisphere.
By encouraging dialogue between photojournalists, experiences and opinions
can be shared between professionals many thousands of miles apart.
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