Award-winning photojournalist Anush Babajanyan documents the heavy burden of transitioning to distance education during the COVID-19 pandemic for children, parents and teachers.
Anush Babajanyan is a member of VII Photo Agency, living in Yerevan, Armenia. Anush focuses her work on social narratives related to women and children, the environment and the aftermath of the conflict in Nagorno Karabakh, among others. In addition to working extensively in the Caucasus, she also continues to photograph in Central Asia and around the world.
Anush Babajanyan is currently working on an environment related project in Central Asia, supported by the National Geographic Society. She is also working on the publication of a second book for the #BridgingStories project she co-founded, that brought together young photographers from Turkey and Armenia.
Her photography has been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, Foreign Policy Magazine, she has worked with UNICEF and various other international publications. Anush Babajanyan is the winner of the 2019 Canon Female Photojournalist Grant.
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