Presentation

Dorothée Adam established the first contacts with the association Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (PSE) during a mission in Cambodia, in 2005. In France, the Association des Enfants de la Goutte d’Or (EGDO) was identified with the assistance of the NGO Chemins d’Enfances. The preparation before the launching of the correspondance between these two associations lasted for 7 months.

 

 

At the end of 2012, AN EYE FOR AN EYE conducted two identical workshops in France, then in Cambodia. In each country, the AEFAE’s educational coordinator trained a local coordinator and a facilitator and initiated the group of children to photography as a mean of communication. The photos taken, selected and captioned by the children during the workshops were displayed in an exhibition in each country.

 

 

Since November 2012, the French and Cambodian children continue to recount their daily lives to each other by sharing 8 photos each month. They choose themselves the subjects of the exchange. In addition to the events that punctuate the life of each group (local celebrations, exams, etc.), visits are organized regularly and nurture the exchanges (exhibitions, visits to heritage sites, etc.).

 

In October 2014, the association Le Petit Maroc (Lille, France) joined the correspondance. A photo workshop took place in October 2014.

 

In 2015, the community centre Aires 10 (Paris 75010) joins the correspondence and, in 2016, seven new children of the NGO Pour un sourire d’enfant attend their first photo workshop.

In Cambodia:

NGO Pour un Sourire d’Enfant, in Phnom Penh

Coordinator and facilitator of the project: Samnang Phok, Somaly Lach

 

 

In France:

Association Le Petit Maroc

Coordinator of the project: Bynta Top

Youth worker: Bynta Top

Association des Enfants de la Goutte D’Or

Coordinator of the project: Wardine Ibouroi

Youth workers: Claire Mazard, Astrid Gruyelle, Aline Penatti.

Community centre Aires 10

Project coordinator: Charly Ferret

Youth workers: Anna Fermoso, Fréderique Decorde

 

Olivier Touron (France)

Olivier Touron est photographe journaliste depuis 1999, basé dans le nord de la France, près de Lille. Il a suivi à Paris une formation au photojournalisme (EMI-CFD,1999), sa formation initiale étant une Maîtrise de mathématiques (Lille,1994) dans l’idée de devenir enseignant (IUFM, préparation à l’agrégation). Depuis, il continue régulièrement à se former aux nouvelles pratiques de son métier : WebDocumentaire (EMI-CFD 2011), son pour le web (EMI-CFD, 2009). Son moteur principal : donner à voir celles et ceux qui n’acceptent pas la fatalité, refusent de se résigner, s’indignent, se battent, pour ne pas juste rêver leur vie, mais plutôt vivre leurs rêves. Animé par le désir de transmettre sa passion, il encadre des ateliers liés au rôle de l’image dans la société auprès de publics de tous âges et de tous horizons, et milite au travers d’association comme Freelance.

Régis Binard (Cambodia)

For nearly 15 years, Régis Binard has been working as a professional photographer, mainly for the press, for private companies and NGOs. He appreciates proximity with the people that the photography offers. After he had traveled through the world for two years, from the Central Asia’s steppe to the islands of Oceania, in the context of an exchange project about water between French schools and NGOs, he now carries on his activity between France and Cambodia.

As the ambassador photographer of the AN EYE FOR AN EYE’s group in Phnom Penh, he regularly participates in the weekly workshops, helping the children in the shooting and the analysis of their pictures.

Find out more on:

http://www.regisbinard.com

 

10 children / FranceAires 10 Community centre in Paris13 children / CambodiaNGO Pour un Sourire d’Enfant in Phnom Penh

Video

Presentation of both groups of the exchange France-Cambodia

Map of the exchanges

France-India

Stains, France

urban area20 enfantsPrimary school Elsa Triolet, in Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis)

Kappai, Tamil Nadu, India

rural area15 enfantsNGO Chemins d’Enfances and organization Thamaraï, in Kappaï (Tamil Nadu)

France-India

Stains, France

urban area20 enfantsPrimary school Elsa Triolet, in Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis)

Kappai, Tamil Nadu, India

rural area15 enfantsNGO Chemins d’Enfances and organization Thamaraï, in Kappaï (Tamil Nadu)

France-Bolivia

12e Arrondissement, Paris, France

urban area25 enfantsAssociation Môm'Frenay, Réseau Môm'Artre, Paris 12ème arrondissement (15 children) / Association-cultural centre Le Chaplin, Mantes-la-Jolie (10 children)

Potosí, Département de Potosí, Bolivia

urban area18 enfantsConnat'Sop Organization, Potosí

France-Bolivia

12e Arrondissement, Paris, France

urban area25 enfantsAssociation Môm'Frenay, Réseau Môm'Artre, Paris 12ème arrondissement (15 children) / Association-cultural centre Le Chaplin, Mantes-la-Jolie (10 children)

Potosí, Département de Potosí, Bolivia

urban area18 enfantsConnat'Sop Organization, Potosí

France-Cambodia

A.i.r.e.s 10, Rue du Buisson Saint-Louis, Paris, France

urban area10 enfantsAires 10 Community centre in Paris

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

urban area13 enfantsNGO Pour un Sourire d’Enfant in Phnom Penh

France-Cambodia

A.i.r.e.s 10, Rue du Buisson Saint-Louis, Paris, France

urban area10 enfantsAires 10 Community centre in Paris

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

urban area13 enfantsNGO Pour un Sourire d’Enfant in Phnom Penh

France-South Africa

Calenzana, France

rural area20 enfantsPrimary public school of Calenzana

Ivory Park, Midrand, Gauteng, Afrique du Sud

urban area15 enfantsRebonwe Primary School, Ivory Park

France-South Africa

Calenzana, France

rural area20 enfantsPrimary public school of Calenzana

Ivory Park, Midrand, Gauteng, Afrique du Sud

urban area15 enfantsRebonwe Primary School, Ivory Park

CHILDREN FOCUS ON PLANET’S FUTURE

Paris, France

urban area77 enfantsAssociation Chemins d'enfances (France-Inde), Association Le Petit Maroc (France, Lille), Association Môm'Frenay-Réseau Môm'Artre (France, Paris), École élémentaire Elsa Triolet (France, Seine-Saint Denis), École élémentaire de Calenzana (France, Corse).

Phnom Penh, Cambodge

urban area53 enfantsAssociation Chemins d'enfances (France-India), Association Pour un sourire d'enfant (Cambodia), Association Thamaraï (Kappai, India), Rebonwe Primary School (South Africa), Potosí (Bolivia), Ilulissat (Ilulissat, Greenland).

CHILDREN FOCUS ON PLANET’S FUTURE

Paris, France

urban area77 enfantsAssociation Chemins d'enfances (France-Inde), Association Le Petit Maroc (France, Lille), Association Môm'Frenay-Réseau Môm'Artre (France, Paris), École élémentaire Elsa Triolet (France, Seine-Saint Denis), École élémentaire de Calenzana (France, Corse).

Phnom Penh, Cambodge

urban area53 enfantsAssociation Chemins d'enfances (France-India), Association Pour un sourire d'enfant (Cambodia), Association Thamaraï (Kappai, India), Rebonwe Primary School (South Africa), Potosí (Bolivia), Ilulissat (Ilulissat, Greenland).

FRANCE-CHINA

1 Place du 8 Mai 1945, 93240 Stains, France

urban area25 enfantsElsa Triolet Primary School, Stains

65 Liuying Road, Hongkou, Shanghai, Chine

urban area24 enfantsLiuying Rd Primary School, Shanghai

FRANCE-CHINA

1 Place du 8 Mai 1945, 93240 Stains, France

urban area25 enfantsElsa Triolet Primary School, Stains

65 Liuying Road, Hongkou, Shanghai, Chine

urban area24 enfantsLiuying Rd Primary School, Shanghai