Eman Mohammed has exhibited internationally, including Frames of Reality workshop 2008, New York, U.S., April 2009, Beware the Cost of War, London, UK, October 2009, Where are the Human Rights?, Montreal, Canada, McGill University, March 2009, World Press Photo 2008 & Local Testimony 2009 joint exhibition, Tel Aviv, Israel, Defending Hope in Gaza, Filmbase-Curved Street, Temple, Dublin, Ireland, January 2009, Elsewhere Exhibition, Kibbutz Be’eri, Israel, March 2010, Generation 9/11, September 10 – October 30, 2011, Den Haag, The Netherlands, Women on the Verge, Empty Quarter Gallery in Dubai 2012. British Museum 2012, “This is also Gaza !” Amman / Jordan 2012.

Eman Mohammed
Photographer

Eman Mohammed a Palestinian photojournalist & reporter based in the Gaza strip. She has been covering events in the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian-Israel conflict since 2006.

Recent highlights of my work include photographing the aftermath stories of war in Gaza and the rise and formation of armed militant groups in the strip and the face-offs and firefights between the different political and militant groups.

Publications include The Guardian, Washington post, Mother Jones, Le Monde, Geo International, Haaretz and others.

AWARDS include PDN 30 2010, Judges’ Special Prize, Carmignac Gestion 2009, 2nd Prize, “Daily Life” category, Local Testimony 2009, 2nd Prize, “Nature & Environment” category, Local Testimony 2009, Honorable Mention, UNICEF Photo of the Year 2009, New Media Award, UK, for war coverage in Gaza 2008-2009, “Outstanding Journalists” Honoring Ceremony, PCHR and OHCHR in Gaza, Nomination, Joop Swart Masterclass, World Press Photo 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Nomination, UNICEF POY 2009, 2010.

Eman Mohammed
Photographer

Eman Mohammed a Palestinian photojournalist & reporter based in the Gaza strip. She has been covering events in the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian-Israel conflict since 2006.

Recent highlights of my work include photographing the aftermath stories of war in Gaza and the rise and formation of armed militant groups in the strip and the face-offs and firefights between the different political and militant groups.

Publications include The Guardian, Washington post, Mother Jones, Le Monde, Geo International, Haaretz and others.

AWARDS include PDN 30 2010, Judges’ Special Prize, Carmignac Gestion 2009, 2nd Prize, “Daily Life” category, Local Testimony 2009, 2nd Prize, “Nature & Environment” category, Local Testimony 2009, Honorable Mention, UNICEF Photo of the Year 2009, New Media Award, UK, for war coverage in Gaza 2008-2009, “Outstanding Journalists” Honoring Ceremony, PCHR and OHCHR in Gaza, Nomination, Joop Swart Masterclass, World Press Photo 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 Nomination, UNICEF POY 2009, 2010.

Eman Mohammed has exhibited internationally, including Frames of Reality workshop 2008, New York, U.S., April 2009, Beware the Cost of War, London, UK, October 2009, Where are the Human Rights?, Montreal, Canada, McGill University, March 2009, World Press Photo 2008 & Local Testimony 2009 joint exhibition, Tel Aviv, Israel, Defending Hope in Gaza, Filmbase-Curved Street, Temple, Dublin, Ireland, January 2009, Elsewhere Exhibition, Kibbutz Be’eri, Israel, March 2010, Generation 9/11, September 10 – October 30, 2011, Den Haag, The Netherlands, Women on the Verge, Empty Quarter Gallery in Dubai 2012. British Museum 2012, “This is also Gaza !” Amman / Jordan 2012.

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