Invisible Britain: Portraits is a forthcoming photography book edited by filmmaker Paul Sng and co-curated by Chloe Juno and Laura Dicken that will feature stories and portraits of individuals across the UK who have been impacted by austerity, de-industrialisation and cuts to public services.
From cities, towns and rural areas across Britain, 40 diverse stories of hope and hopelessness will be told from within a changing society in which many feel misrepresented in the media and out of sync with the government and politicians. The book will be published by Policy Press (a non-profit university press committed to influencing social change through international research and scholarship) and is supported by The Young Foundation, a charity that tackles major social challenges by working alongside communities, using the tools of research and social innovation.
(Main image: Ralph Secure council tenant Axe the Housing Act Homes for All London by Debbie Humphry)
To help fund the production of Invisible Britain: Portraits, visit their gofundme page to make a donation.
For a short video about the project, click here.