Giles Duley is an award-winning photographer who has spent the last decade documenting the effects of conflict on civilians across the globe. He donated a photograph to our fundraiser for EMERGENCY Hospitals in the 2021, a NGO he has supported a lot and is a trustee for. In 2011, while covering the war in Afghanistan, he was severely injured by an IED, but returned to work just eighteen months later. His work has been published worldwide in publications such as GQ, The Observer, Sunday Times and Vogue. He recently launched the Legacy of War, a five-year project documenting post-conflict communities. His book I Can Only Tell You What My Eyes See (Saqi Books) documents the refugee crisis, a task for which he was commissioned by the UNHCR.