Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland in English
Hundreds of photos, individual and reportages, were submitted to the 5th Lens on Development 2019 photo contest. Award ceremony of the Photo Contest ‘Lens on Development 2019′ was held on November 8. The photographs present everyday life, culture and problems that residents of developing countries must overcome. Contest works fell into one of five categories in which Sustainable Development Goals are grouped: People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, Partnership. The jury, consisting of representatives of the organizers, i.e. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Geographic Poland magazine and documentary photographers, decided to award first places in each category and five honorable mentions. The Grand Prix was not awarded.
1st place: NATALIA MROZ, RUBI WITH A GOAT
Distinction: DAMIAN LEMAŃSKI, LITTLE PRINCESS
1st place: DAMIAN LEMAŃSKI, THE UNWANTEDS (REPORTAGE)
Distinction: ADAM OLESIAK, MORNING TOILET
1st place: MARIUSZ JACHIMCZUK, PINEAPPLES
Distinction: PAULA AGNES LANGER, THERE IS A CURIOSITY IN ALL OF US
1st place: BARTEK RUBIK, PRAYER FOR PEACE
Distinction: NATALIA MROZ, LESSONS
1st place: PRZEMEK MARSZAŁ, MEMORIES
Distinction: MARCIN GABRUK, TUTUBE
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