A monthly round-up of what aletheia's photographers have been up to.

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For those that don't  know us, we are an independent collective of photojournalists and film makers covering under- reported social, political and humantiarian issues within the UK and around the globe. 

The photographers are Michael Carroll, Ross Domoney and Dan Giannopoulos.

Aletheia has had a busy September. T
his month, in addition to us all developing exciting new projects and continuing ongoing work, Ross and investigative journalist Diane Taylor produced a documentary short with the Guardian which was subsequently showcased on the newspaper's website. Dan had a selection of images from his recent photo essay on care home conditions for Nepal's orphaned aged featured on Time Magazine's Lightbox Blog and Michael has been busy preparing for an exhibtion of his essay on the legacy of Agent Orange to be shown as part of the 2011 Ideastap/ Magnum Photos award at London's Photomonth.


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The Destitute Elderly Featured on Time Lightbox

Images from Dan's photo essay on living conditions for the residents of Nepal's largest state-run care home for the elderly have recently been featured on Time Magazine's Lightbox . You can view an extended edit of the essay here.

Congo documentary short on the Guardian website

Ross'  video footage shot in East Democratic of Congo was recently showcased on the Guardian website Congo: Blood, gold and mobile phones can be viewed here. Also take a moment to look at some of the portraits that Ross shot before his beloved hasselblad was destroyed in a car accident.

Agent Orange

Michael's work on the continued legacy of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War was recently shortlisted for the 2011 Ideastap/ Magnum Photos Award, view the heartbreaking photos here.

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Michael gives an insightful account into his time spent with the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) in the Burmese jungle from our new 'Behind the Photo' series.

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