London poverty photography

Imagery will be showcased to mark centenary of London Voluntary Service Council

London poverty photography
London poverty photography

Photographs depicting inequality in the capital will be showcased at this year’s London Voluntary Service Council’s annual conference.

The pictures, chosen by the Museum of London, will form part of a digital gallery at the Closing The Gap conference on 23 November.

The conference is commemorating LVSC's 100th annual general meeting, marking 100 years of tackling poverty and inequality in the capital.

The photos show images of inequality in London over the last century and voluntary and community action around this theme.

The images have been chosen to inspire audiences at the conference and promote the causes the event is supporting, including taking action on the causes of poverty, equal gender pay and the London living wage campaign.

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