Photo Essay: Nowhere People


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About Greg Constantine

U.S.-born photographer currently based in southeast Asia, where he moved in late 2005 to work on "Nowhere People," which documents the struggles of ethnic minority groups who have had their citizenship denied or stripped from them and are stateless. His work has received numerous accolades, among them an Amnesty International Human Rights Press Award in Hong Kong and a Day's Japan International Photojournalism Award. He is the recipient of a grant from the Documentary Photography Project of the Open Society Institute as well as a visiting research fellowship from Oxford Brookes University. Projections and exhibitions of work from "Nowhere People" have been held in southeast Asia, Kenya, London, and Geneva. His first book, Kenya's Nubians: Then and Now, appears this year.