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Celebrated author and award-winning photojournalist Nick Danziger, who has just returned home to Monaco after a visit to North Korea, is organising another Creative Workshop from September 25 to 29, together with writer Rory MacLean. This will be the seventh Monaco workshop, as two of Europe’s most intrepid and intuitive chroniclers guide and support selected individuals on the exclusive writing and photography journey, and those interested in registering can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, Mr Danziger’s NGO, “Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy” will, this May, be running a workshop in Mandalay in Visual Storytelling and Advocacy. This will be the workshop’s fourth year in Myanmar and it’s run in conjunction with the British Council, Witness, and Equality Myanmar and has the support of the Bertha Foundation, Picture People and STAMPS, the School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan.
Mr Danziger, whose exhibition “Women Facing War” continues until 14th May at the Parliamentarium in Brussels, is also in the process of publishing “Another Life”, his 10-year project on the Millennium Development Goals. While over 300 people have pledged and will consequently see their name appear in his book, he’s still looking for the “final 29 percent” of funding. The book can be viewed here.
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The Emerald Isle has dropped five countries off of its “Green List” for travel following a rise in Covid-19 cases over the past week, Monaco amongst them.
The government has laid out its plans to combat the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the Principality, including mandatory testing for all tourists arriving from high-risk areas.
Geoffrey Kent and Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio have named Michael Wale as the new President and CEO of the Abercrombie & Kent Group.