Royal Photographic Society: Shortlisted for the  IPE 165 (2023)

D31: Art Prize (2023)

Prix Pictet: Nominated for the Human Cycle (2023)

Prix de la Photographie, Paris (2022)

Monochrome Awards (2022)

ND Awards (2022)

Tokyo International Foto Awards (2022)


London: Summer Showcase, British Academy (2024)

York: Visual Ethics Network, University of York (2024)

Durham: The Centre for Moral Injury, Durham University (2024)

Bradford: Impressions Gallery (2024)

York: The Art of Politics, University of York (2023)

Sheffield: Migration Yorkshire (2023)

Leeds: Photo North (2023)

Berlin: Patenschaftsnetzwerk (2023)

Cardiff: Ffotogallery (2023)

London: The Last Supper (2022)

Cambridge: The Cambridge Union (2022)

Glasgow: The Tramway (2022)

London: Refugee Week (2022)

York: Political Studies Association Conference (2022)


Sara de Jong (2024) How veterans’ moral injury has led to political engagement, British Academy

Yvette Huddleston (2024) Photography exhibition at Impressions Gallery explores the experiences of Afghan interpreters, Yorkshire Post

Rosa Wevers (2023) In Conversation with Andy Barnham and Sara de Jong, Museum of Equality and Difference

Josh Layton (2023) Roll call of nameless Afghans killed in action while serving the UK, The Metro

Hazel Lawrence (2023) Dr Sara de Jong- York Research Journeys, University of York

Eleanor Chapman (2023) The Tongue and Eyes of the British Forces: Between the Hypervisibility of the Refugee, the Invisibility of the Translator and the Obscured Violence of the Border, Civil Wars, DOI: 10.1080/13698249.2023.2190211

Georgia Bates (2023) Afghan interpreters who fled the Taliban relive their shattering stories in Cardiff exhibition, The Cardiffian

Jo Stevens (2023) We Are Here Because You Were There, Jo Stevens MP

Hansard: HC Deb (12 December 2022). Vol. 724, col. 744. [Online]. [Accessed 13 December 2022].

Josh Layton (2022) Unsung Afghan interpreters ‘are our own’ says British military veteran, The Metro

Kevin McKenna (2022) The Afghan faces which tell the story of our betrayal, The Herald

Rosie Laydon (2022) ‘We are here because you were there’: Portrait project focuses on Afghan interpreters in UK, Forces Net

Tom Seymour (2022) New series of obscured portraits honour Afghan interpreters’ service in the fight against the Taliban, The Art Newspaper

Southbank Centre (2022) They Are Here, Southbank Centre