Oxfam have joined forces with top news photographers from around the world to create a powerful exhibition directed at reminding world leaders about their promises to Make Poverty History.
The World Can’t Wait exhibition features more than 50 images and compelling video footage, depicting the reality of life without access to clean water, health care or a basic education. The images have been displayed on giant cubes outside the National Theatre on London’s South Bank and will be there until June 18.
If you can't make it down to the South Bank don't worry, because The Guardian have put together an audio slide show featuring Abbire Trayler-Smith's photographs of the mothers of Yemen. The combination of fantastic photos and Abbie's interview with Riazza Butt is very powerful. You can see and hear the slide show by clicking here. It takes five and a half minutes and is really worth it.
I think its the sort of thing that we shold see more of on the web. It uses the medium perfectly in my view. What do you think?