International Bridges to Justice's Documentary Journalism Program is an initiative that pairs budding photo- and print-journalists with human rights advocates in the developing world. Together, they work to document the cases of ordinary people, lost or forgotten by their justice systems. Since 2008, IBJ has placed participants in Cambodia, India, Nepal, Philippines, Swaziland, Kenya, Burundi, Nigeria, and Brazil. Another 18 journalists will team with IBJ in 2010 to document the work of legal aid lawyers and justice officials working throughout Asia. This website is a collection of past participants images. For more information on the program, see http://justicemakers.ibj.org/fellows/embedded-documentary-journalism-program/.