or

Noor’s Nina Berman writing on NYT’s Lens blog:

Photojournalist Sandra Hoyn talking to Cosmopolitan about her work in Bangladesh featuring children sold and forced to have sex:

Photos from the series published in the Washington Post here. Faces of children blacked out by me, but were there in original photographs.

Who has awarded pictures from this body of work:

2017    Sony World Photography Awards, first place category daily life: “The Longings of the Others”

2017    POYi – Pictures of the Year International, 3rd place category portrait: “The Longings of the Others” 

2017    Hellerau Photography Award, finalist: “The Longings of the Others”

2017    Canon New Talent Award: “The Longings of the Others”

2017      IPOTY – International Photographer of the Year, winner category editorial: “The Longings of the Others”

2016    Magnum Photography Awards, winner category photojournalism: “The Longings of the Others” 

2016    IPA – International Photography Awards, first place editorial photo essay: “The Longings of the Others” 

2016    tifa – Tokyo International Foto Awards, first place editorial photo essay: “The Longings of the Others”

2016 Lugano Photo Days, open call winner: “The Longings of the Others”2016

2016 Direct Look photo contest, 2nd place: “The Longings of the Others”

2016    Px3 – Prix de la Photographie Paris, silver category portrait: “The Longings of the Others”2016

2016 mifa – Moscow International Foto Awards, 2nd place category photo essay: “The Longings of the Others”,

2016 ND Awards, first place editorial photo essay:”The Longings of the Others”2016

2016 LensCulture Portrait Awards, finalist: “The Longings of the Others” 

2016    Kolga Tbilisi Photofestival, shortlist: “The Longings of the Others”

Some of the pictures and captions

‘It is awe-inspiring to see how the photographer delves into the story’, the (Sony World Photography) jury said. The people in the photos seem to have forgotten all about the camera.’ DW

“It wouldn’t be real if I didn’t show it”.  Sandra Hoyn

‘Sorry but it would. Very real’ – Robert Godden

Sandra I get why you did this.

But in all honesty I wish you’d listened to your heart.

……………………………………………………………………………………………

Essential reading:

Souvid Datta: Photography, plagiarism and the politics of grants by Suchitra Vijayan

Asim Rafriqui