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Where Love Is Illegal is entirely run by volunteers. If you’re interested in volunteering, contact us and tell us how you think you can help us end homophobia.
The goal of Where Love is Illegal is to share LGBTI stories of discrimination and survival around the world. It was initiated by photographer and human rights activist Robin Hammond. Exhibitions of the images made and stories collected by Robin are a powerful way to engage your community in LGBTI rights issues.
At our exhibitions, we also allow the audience to contribute their own stories of discrimination and survival. We set up an interview booth to take stories and images that we add to Where Love is Illegal.
If you are interested in organizing an exhibition please get in touch via the contact page.
This project has been produced by Witness Change, an organization dedicated to exposing seldom-addressed human rights abuses and effecting change on those issues.