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Policing the Public Gaze in Belfast

The growing restrictions on citizen photography imposed by community safety wardens, private security guards and self-appointed ‘jobsworths’ will be debated at the Belfast Exposed photography gallery on Tuesday March 23rd.

Speakers at Policing the Public Gaze will include: Pauline Hadaway director of the Belfast Exposed gallery and author of the Policing the Public Gaze report; Josie Appleton, convenor of The Manifesto Club; and freelance photographers Jess Hurd who is Chair of the London Photographers’ Branch of the NUJ and Jonathan Warren a co-founder of the ‘I’m a Photographer, not a Terrorist’ campaign.

A filmed interview in which Pauline Hedaway discusses some of the issues raised in her Policing the Public Gaze report can be seen here on Worldbytes.

• Policing the Public Gaze: the Assault on Citizen Photography starts at 7.00pm on Tuesday, March 23rd 2010 at Belfast Exposed, The Exchange Place, 23 Donegall Street, Belfast, BT1 2FF.

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