Diving into the heart of events, Sharif Shayeq photographs life of people in Afghanistan. He shows the reality of culture and society in a country struggling for peace. IMAGO spoke with him about his experiences as a photojournalist in his country.
Award winning photojournalist Hedayatullah Amid, now with IMAGO partner ANP, was born in Kabul, Afghanistan – he shares his personal account on his evacuation and what Afghanistan faces now one year under Taliban control.
Showcasing some of her collection from her time in Afghanistan, capturing the faces and lives of those still in the country - Maryam Majd finishes our Afghanistan Stories Series.
Continuing to tell their stories and trailblazing the way for Afghanistan women after creating both a space for women in media and a voice for Afghan women, we talk to three women sharing their stories around freedom of speech.
Dissecting the role of Afghanistan women within sport and their homeland culture, Sofia Bergmann writes about their achievements so far and those that are yet to come. Winning something more than trophies - the freedom to be able to be a woman in professional sport.
She was driven by the endless identities within Afghan women which the world rarely sees. Through her portraits, Hossaini aims to dismantle an often one-sided narrative surrounding her motherland.
August 10, 2021. Documentary photographer Adam Rountree captured the days US intelligence warned that Afghanistan could fall to the Taliban. 5 days later, they took Kabul.
IMAGO Weekend Roundup. Afghanistan life began under Taliban rule, school children around the world return to classrooms and the sporting world saw more controversies on the pitch.