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Tributes to Panos London

12/20/2012 | Anna Egan

Panos London’s valued contribution to development and journalism has only been possible thanks to the people who worked here and our partners.

The end of Panos London: a reflection

12/17/2012 | Site Default

James Deane joined Panos London at its founding and later became its director. Here is his personal account of Panos London’s contribution to communication for development.

Video: Under a Different Sky

11/07/2012 | Panos London

Yongmi Park grew up in North Korea, but now lives in the north of England with her family. In this nine minute film Mrs Park describes the circumstances leading up to her forced marriage in China, and how on escape, she was sentenced to hard labour in North Korea. This is her story of survival.

Under a Different Sky: a journey from North Korea

11/06/2012 | Panos London

Under a Different Sky is a short film that tells the story of Yongmi Park, who escaped from North Korea and now lives in the North of England with her family. Read accounts about the background of the film, including from Yongmi Park herself.

Photo snapshot: goalball in Zagreb

08/30/2012 | Lilly Peel

Goalball is a team sport designed for blind and visually impaired athletes and is played in silence: the only way for the blindfolded athletes to work out where the ball is is by the tinkling sound it makes as it travels across the pitch at speeds of up to 40mph.

Photo snapshot: providing a sporting legacy

08/06/2012 | Lilly Peel

London 2012 has sparked a debate about the provision of sports in UK schools. The head of the UK’s Olympic team has called for more funding for sports in schools to ensure the Games leaves a sporting legacy.

Photo snapshot: women athletes inspire a generation

08/03/2012 | Lilly Peel

Runners prepare to set off on an annual 10k race for women founded by Moroccan gold medal winner Nawal El Moutawakel - Alfredo Caliz | Panos Pictures

Women line up to take part in a 10k race in Casablanca, set up by Moroccan Olympic gold medal winner Nawal El Moutawakel to promote sport among teenage girls. With women competing in all 26 sports for the first time, London 2012 is being dubbed the Women’s Games.

Photo snapshot: basketball in Mali

08/02/2012 | Lilly Peel

A member of the Malian women's basketball team seen through the hoop - Rhodri Jones | Panos Pictures

Today’s photograph captures a member of the Malian women’s basketball team. Basketball is growing in poularity in Africa.

Photo snapshot: cycling in Eritrea

08/01/2012 | Lilly Peel

The Tour of Eritrea cycle race. Dust covers the road to Dekmhare - Chris de Bode | Panos Pictures

Cycling is Eritrea’s national sport and is followed with zeal. Today’s photograph features the dusty tracks of the Tour of Eritrea – Africa’s equivalent of the Tour de France.

Photo snapshot: women’s boxing in Kabul

07/31/2012 | Lilly Peel

Members of the Afghan women's national boxing team pose in the hallway of the Olympic Stadium, Kabul - Mikhail Galustov | Panos Pictures

Here is another sporting photo to inspire you. This time it’s women boxers in Kabul. Afghanistan narrowly missed out having a woman boxer in the first Olympic women’s boxing competition.

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