Phnom Penh-based photographer Miguel Jerónimo decided to bring attention to the people whose lives have been touched by the human rights workers, as five current and former officials at the human rights NGO Adhoc are inprisoned. The exhibition I Am The Five features one portrait for each day in pre-trial detention. With his work, Jerónimo hopes to share the emotional side of the detentions by providing an avenue for Cambodians to show their solidarity with the five activists, as well as to give a voice to their families and friends, who have had to deal with the year-long absence of their loved ones. Read the full story here.
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