Zero Tolerance Commission / by Alicia Bruce

I am honoured and excited to work with Zero Tolerance on a new campaign following in the footsteps of photographer Franki Raffles iconic work from 1992.  The project involves making a series of updated campaign materials which enhance public understanding of violence against women and girls. I’m particularly interested in making images that consider hidden topics, such as men’s violence against women with learning disabilities, BME women, gender-based violence in LGBT communities and commercial sexual exploitation. As a mother of a young daughter I want her to grow up in a world of equality and zero tolerance.More information is available on the Zero Tolerance website. 

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 Copyright of the Estate of Franki Raffles

Copyright of the Estate of Franki Raffles