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The Official Page of Photographer Johnny Miller. Code For Africa News Fellow. Founder of africanDRONE. Instagram:
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Finally! So happy to be back in the Cape. There is no more beautiful place...🤩🤩🤩
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Unequal Scenes Jun 21
Awesome to see in the middle of the busiest traffic circle in Dakar! Thanks to for creating this campaign on sustainable development as part of the event.
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Unequal Scenes Jun 19
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Unequal Scenes Jun 19
Promo video from of the work SA-TIED is doing; looking great
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Unequal Scenes Jun 19
I want to do three things with this project. 1. Bring awareness. 2. Facilitate conversations. 3. Offer solutions. The last one is going to take more than just myself - for a start, it’s going to take everyone in this room
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Unequal Scenes Jun 19
Also in more important news, the same hotel in Dakar is hosting on FGM, where a key fatwah has just been issued. Follow the hashtag for more info. And follow the activist powerhouse too
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Unequal Scenes Jun 19
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3) Does this mean conversations on wages, labor rights, ownership? Not sure. But it’s a good tone that’s been set here over the last 24. And Senegal is quite beautiful although we def are only seeing the wealthy margins.
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Unequal Scenes Jun 19
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2) I’m encouraged by just how many corporate leaders here (esp in mining sector) are talking about engaging with communities. There’s a huge focus on participation and engagement, esp in Africa, esp w youth
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Unequal Scenes Jun 19
1) Speaking today at in Dakar about the importance of transparency. Drones can help us see from a new perspective, but they’re also radically democratizing.
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Unequal Scenes Jun 18
Reducing inequalities takes a collaborative approach from a broad spectrum of partners. That’s why I’m so happy that my images are being used by at in Brussels. Go visit them at the SATIED booth.
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Unequal Scenes Jun 18
What a pleasure participating in the BMW Global Table last week. I was privileged to meet 38 incredible leaders from all over the world, doing amazing things, whip smart, super motivated, and fun. We learned, we laughed, we created a resilient community. Thanks to
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Unequal Scenes Jun 18
Unequal Scenes: Mexico on display at in Brussels today. Eurosocial is doing great work in Latin America and we’re proud to partner with them. Picture by Hugo Oosterkamp.
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BMW Foundation Jun 13
Journalist and photographer Johnny Miller uses drone pictures to visualize social inequalities. See on TwentyThirty what this looks like in Mumbai, India:
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Unequal Scenes Jun 12
Heading off today to Marseilles for the Global Table. Looking forward to an interesting weekend with very interesting people
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Unequal Scenes Jun 11
Earlier today I saw this kite flying above a refugee camp in Berlin. It was on a long string and I couldnt see who was flying it, but I knew it was from inside the camp. It struck me with a bunch of different emotions at once: Beauty, melancholy, frustration and helplessness.
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Unequal Scenes Jun 9
So many great thinkers and speakers at that you should follow:
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Unequal Scenes Jun 9
Worth saying: Kudos to the team for an inclusive, global event. Organized by an Indian think tank, hosted in Morocco, with very diverse panelists. Everyone speaking freely on challenging and touchy issues w/no worries or fear.
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Unequal Scenes Jun 8
Artificial Intelligence & Generative Art. Sounds like gibberish? Read this article:
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Unequal Scenes Jun 8
Everyone should go follow right now. I saw her speak at on the future of AI and it was the best panel of the day. Her Twitter account is the bee's knees
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Unequal Scenes Jun 8
I'm spending two days in the beautiful city of Tangier at the conference, which is one of the most fascinating conference I've been to in a while. World experts on AI, robotics, politics, economics and journalism discussing the future of each.
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