This September, Doctors of the World UK, will mark the 10-year anniversary of its pioneering East London health clinic for vulnerable people with an intimate exhibition of portraits at the Four Corners Gallery, London.
Portraits include Sarah, a HIV-positive South African woman and one of the first people to come to the clinic in 2006, and ‘Tavish’, a young Sri Lankan who was forced to leave his country after being tortured due to suspected links to the Tamil Tigers. A portrait of Lord Rogers, the world-renowned architect and a Doctors of the World Founding Board Member, will also be on display.
Some of the country's best photographers lent their skills to the exhibition, including:
Toby Coulson; and
Portraits include Sarah, a HIV-positive South African woman and one of the first to come to the clinic in 2006, and Tavish (pictured), a young Sri Lankan forced to leave his country after being tortured due to suspected links to the Tamil Tigers.
The exhibition comes at an important time, with the UK's post-Brexit climate increasing hostility towards migrants and refugees.