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Almas Khatun (47) was raped and tortured by the Myanmar Army during the ethnic cleansing in Myanmar in 2017. She lost eight members from her family. Her husband, two sons, four daughters and father were murdered by the army.

Mohammad Rakibul Hasan

mrhasan@gmail.com +8801713120372 Bangladesh


Mohammad Rakibul Hasan is a Dhaka, Bangladesh-based documentary photographer, filmmaker, and visual artist. His work explores human rights, social development, migration, gender violence, and the environment. Hasan was nominated for many international awards and won hundreds of photographic competitions worldwide, including the Lucie Award, Human Rights Press Award, and Allard Prize. His latest exhibition was on ‘Gender Violence and Migration,’ organized by the UN in Thailand. His photography projects exhibited in Photo Basel, Shanghai Photo Festival, NordArt Festival, Berlin Photo Festival, Belgrade Photo Month Festival, and many other galleries worldwide. He studied a One-Year Certificate in Creative Practices at the ICP – International Center of Photography, New York, with the Director’s Fellowship. Hasan holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Photography from Falmouth University, UK, and an Undergraduate Certificate in History of Art from Oxford University. He also pursued a Postgraduate Diploma in Photojournalism from Ateneo de Manila University and graduated in Film & Video Production from UBS Film School at the University of Sydney. He is represented by ZUMA Press, Redux Pictures, and °CLAIR Galerie. He is currently pursuing an online MA in Global Film and Television at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He is a contract photographer for Thomson Reuters Foundation and contributing photojournalist for the Daily Star. He is a Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Fellow and was a TEDx speaker.


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