Sanne Derks (b. 1979) is a documentary photojournalist and anthropologist from the Netherlands, mainly focusing on social issues in Latin-America and Spain. Themes include climate-change resilience, water- housing and human-rights. She holds a...
Focus:Journalist, Reporter, Photography
Postgraduate in Photojournalism, Universidad Autónoma, Barcelona
Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology and Gender Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Master in the Psychology of Culture and Religion, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
NIJMEGEN, NETHERLANDS - JANUARY 25: A man is arrested at Plein 1944, the central square where riots were announced on January 25, 2021 in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Over 200 people were detained after Sunday's protest saw demonstrators clash with police, who deployed water cannon to disperse crowds. (Photo by Sanne Derks/Getty Images)
Several publications on Dutch anti-curfew protests
Feb 17, 2021
In January I was assigned several times to cover the Dutch anti-curfew protests. I worked with Getty Images, Deutsche Welle and Contacto, leading to several publications, among others in the Washington Post and Portuguese Publico.