Yesterday, at the Palace of Westminster, the Time To See exhibition was put on display in the Upper Waiting Hall situated off the Committee Corridor. It will stay on display until the 15th of January.
The exhibition was officially launched in November 2015 at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta and has been viewed by Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, as well as Heads of Commonwealth Governments.
Time To See aims to bring to the attention of the Commonwealth and the world the impact of avoidable blindness, and the solutions readily available to end it. Five multi-award winning photojournalists – Ashley Gilbertson, Poulomi Basu, Sam Faulkner, Andrew Quilty, and Adam Ferguson – visited seven countries across the Commonwealth – Australia, Fiji, India, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Uganda – to document the impact completely avoidable forms of blindness are having on people and communities plus the work being carried out to end it.