Montaigne Trophy winner for her documentary approach on women in Kivu (DRC), Johanna is passionate about the Human, from the backstage of fashion to countries in conflict.
If Virginie was not a multi-award winning photographer, she would be a footballer. Passionate about the ball, co-founder of the Huma Collective, Virginie travels the globe in search of (extra) ordinary stories.
Olivier collaborates with La Libre Belgique, Le Monde and NGOs such as Médecins du Monde and Handicap International. His reports are published in the Belgian and international press.
Photographie Ouverte National Price winner, Frédéric co-founded the Huma Collective and exposed the daily life of prostituted women as well as sex accompaniment for disabled people.
Trained in psychology, Laure worked in the field of international cooperation and citizenship education in Bolivia, Burundi, Rwanda and India.
Etienne Davignon Award winner, Aurélie is an investigative reporter specialized in gender studies and long form multimedia series. She studied revolutionary feminism in Middle-East.
Sabine is a journalist at La Libre Belgique, a reporter from Northern Europe to South Asia via Russia. She is the author of "Bhutan. The peaks of happiness".
Specialized in long-format multimedia journalism, Valentine has led projects in Senegal (around LGBT issues), Burkina Faso, Lebanon, Jordan and the West Bank.