The Aftermath Project Special Grant and Honorarium

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The Aftermath Project is a non-profit organization committed to telling the other half of the story of conflict — the story of what it takes for individuals to learn to live again, to rebuild destroyed lives and homes, to restore civil societies, to address the lingering wounds of war while struggling to create new avenues for peace.

The Aftermath Project holds a yearly grant competition open to working photographers worldwide covering the aftermath of conflict.

In addition, through partnerships with universities, photography institutions and non-profit organizations, the Project seeks to help broaden the public’s understanding of the true cost of war— and the real price of peace — through international travelling exhibitions and educational outreach in communities and schools.

Grant Winner:

  • Grant winner agrees to give 12 prints, chosen by the grant winner in collaboration with The Aftermath Project, for our archives at project completion. Prints must be 16x20 inches or larger.
  • Grant winner agrees to allow The Aftermath Project to use 30 to 50 images from his/her work for inclusion in “War is Only Half the Story, Vol 6” or a similar publication, and/or in commercial publications of anniversary retrospectives of the Aftermath Project.
  • Their plans are to include this work with our grant winners and finalists in Vol 6, but if funding permits, we may publish a separate volume) No financial compensation — other than the grant money awarded —will be made for publishing winner’s photos in said publications.
  • The Aftermath Project does not guarantee that any publication will be produced by The Aftermath Project, alone, or in partnership with other publishers.
  • However, if such publications are made, grant winner will be included in editorial and lay-out decisions. If such publications are made, winner will receive 30 free copies of said publication.
  • In addition, grant winner agrees that work created with The Aftermath Project grant may be used for exhibitions created or supported by The Aftermath Project for educational and/or community outreach purposes.
  • Images for such purposes will be chosen by the photographer in collaboration with The Aftermath Project.
  • The winner also agrees that images from his/her grant work may also be used for publicity and press purposes by The Aftermath Project. Any photograph so used by The Aftermath Project will carry the photographer’s credit/copyright line.
  • In the event that a publication is produced featuring the grant winner’s work, the grant winner agrees to donate two, signed prints of one image to the Aftermath Project to be used in raising funds for that publication.
  • The Aftermath Project will pay for printing and shipping costs of these prints.

    Honorarium Winner:

  • Honorarium winner agrees to allow the Aftermath Project to publish his/her story in “War is Only Half the Story, Vol 6” or a similar publication and/or in commercial publications of anniversary retrospectives of the Aftermath Project.
  • Our plans are to include this work with our grant winners and finalists, but if funding permits, we may publish a separate volume) No financial compensation — other than the honorarium money awarded —will be made for publishing winner’s story in said publications.
  • The Aftermath Project does not guarantee that any publication will be produced by The Aftermath Project, alone, or in partnership with other publishers.
  • However, if such publications are made, honorarium winner will be included in editorial and lay-out decisions.
  • If such publications are made, winner will receive 30 free copies of said publication.
  • In addition, winner agrees that work created with The Aftermath Project honorarium may be used for exhibitions created or supported by The Aftermath Project for educational and/or community outreach purposes.
  • Work for such purposes will be chosen by the winner in collaboration with The Aftermath Project.
  • The winner also agrees that images from his/her work may also be used for publicity and press purposes by The Aftermath Project.
  • Any work so used by The Aftermath Project will carry the photographer’s credit/copyright line.
    Application Deadline; October 1.

    For More Information and Application, Please Visit;The Aftermath Project Special Grant and Honorarium Website

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