From 31 January to 12 February 2011, the Génération Elili collective from Brazzaville and the Afrique In Visu platform ran an intercultural Research and Photography workshop on how to structure a photography network in Central Africa. The workshop took place in Brazzaville, in the Republic of the Congo. The questions raised by the workshop therefore revolved around how to build a network of photographers across Central Africa but also how to bring research and photography together – both issues that reflected the “sustainable world” theme of the 2011 Encounters of Bamako.
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