Gallery For Justice bridges the gap between people with a mind for social justice and traditional print media.
The launch features Mark Tipple's Indonesian Reportage; documenting urban based poverty in Jakarta and the work of Roostien Ilyas (YNDN) and the Pelita Ilmu Foundation (YPI).
The demise of traditional media has seen print magazines follow revenue raising celebrity gossip, leaving social justice stories to fall by the wayside. We’re providing a new platform to give these issues the attention they deserve, while empowering others to tell the story forward.
Gallery For Justice is a harmony of article and print, merging each into the same frame. By purchasing our prints you'll be taking action for change while educating and impacting the lives of your family, friends and colleagues.
Our website showcases the projects in greater detail, inviting visitors to track the progress of the stories you’re showcasing in your own Gallery For Justice.
We’re fresh. We’re grassroots. We are the Gallery for Justice.
Proudly supported by:
The Salvation Army
182 Campbell Street,
Saturday, 28th August from 3:00pm-5:30pm