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Mohammad Rakibul Hasan

Mohammad Rakibul Hasan is a Dhaka, Bangladesh-based documentary photographer, filmmaker, visual artist, and art educator. His work explores human rights, social development, politics, the environment, and spirituality. Hasan was nominated for many international awards and won hundreds of photographic competitions worldwide, including the Lucie Award, One World Media Awards, Human Rights Press Award, and Allard Prize. His photography projects have been exhibited in Photo Basel, Shanghai Photo Festival, NordArt Festival, Berlin Photo Festival, Belgrade Photo Month Festival, Indian Photo Festival, and many other galleries worldwide. He pursued a One-Year Certificate in Creative Practices at the ICP – International Center of Photography (USA). Hasan holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Photography from Falmouth University and an Undergraduate Certificate in Art History and Philosophy from Oxford University (UK). He also pursued a Postgraduate Diploma in Photojournalism from Ateneo de Manila University (the Philippines) and graduated in Film & Video Production from UBS Film School at the University of Sydney (Australia) and received a BA (Honors) in Photography from Falmouth University (UK). Hasan works as a visual journalist for the ZUMA Press, Redux Pictures, Inter Press Service (IPS), and Thomson Reuters Foundation. He is a consultant photographer and filmmaker for the WHO, UN Women, Oxfam, Red Cross, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, ActionAid, WaterAid, and many other international non-profit organizations. The °CLAIR Galerie, Switzerland, represents his artworks. He is a Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Fellow and was a former TEDx speaker. He is a 2022 Oxford Climate Journalism Network (OCJN) fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford. Hasan is pursuing an MA in Photography at Falmouth University via distance learning.

Bangladesh’s Battle Against Climate Change

Bangladesh's fight against climate change underscores a universal challenge. The nation stands as a testament to the immediate need for…


The Blue Fig

Global warming seems to have a more severe impact on certain countries than others because it affects the world climate.…


The Forbidden Love

Dhaka Bangladesh In Bangladesh, having been abandoned by family and friends, transgender people are subject to extensive daily abuse. The…


The Last Savings

The world is at risk of widespread famines caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The impact of global economic devastation caused…


The Great Isolation

The photo story is about current pandemic situation and the effect of COVID-19 outbreak in Bangladesh.


The Looted Honor

Over one million Rohingyas are now living in several refugee camps in Bangladesh, and it is the largest refugee population…


I am Rohingya

The photo essay is about exodus of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar to Bangladesh.


Park Life

City parks are places for refreshment. People come here to seek solitude and breathe fresh air – indeed it gives…

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