04 | Dove Swarm

Globalisation and the increased movement of people around the global make it imperative for us to consider how we respect each others’ cultural diversity, whilst maintaining our own identities.

The United Nations Human Rights Declaration (2006) outlines the individual and collective rights to culture, language, education, identity, employment and health, thereby addressing post-colonial issues which have confronted indigenous peoples for centuries. In many ways, it remains an ideal rather than a reality, with many peoples and groups still being exploited or unfairly discriminated against.

Three TiltShift teams have responded to this call for greater social justice and non-discrimination, and are challenging misconceptions about race, ethnicity and culture with their projects.


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