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Photographer Conor Ashleigh Chronicles Work in Conflict Areas

August 6, 2014

Conor_Ashleigh_2012_Bangladesh_TAF_highres-453-(1)In this TED talk, Conor Ashleigh, award-winning photographer and visual storyteller, shares stories of chronicling long-running conflicts, climate change hot spots, and communities undergoing transition in places where inequality and poverty remain among the world’s highest. In September, The Asia Foundation will feature Conor’s work on assignment for The Asia Foundation at a special photo exhibit at the World Affairs Council in San Francisco. RSVP or read more.

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