The 2016 Social Good Summit is right around the corner. Don’t miss a minute of this two-day conference, which brings together United Nations leaders, social entrepreneurs, advocates, experts, and top names from the creative community during UN General Assembly Week in New York. Catch all the action by following this year’s #Instacorps, a one-of-a-kind squad of photojournalists who will be capturing all the goings-on – both onstage and off – through photos, videos, and stories posted to Instagram. Meet the six photographers chosen to be a part of this year’s #Instacorps:

Anastasia Taylor-Lind
Anastasia Taylor-Lind is an English/Swedish journalist who documents issues relating to women, population, and war around the world.

Benjamin Petit
French-born photographer Benjamin Petit travels the globe on assignment and is a founder of the Bronx Documentary Center.

Kerry Payne
New York-based photographer Kerry Payne, an #Instacorps veteran, uses visual storytelling to share the process from “hurting to healing to helping.”

Ben Fitch
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#Instacorps pioneer Ben Fitch works at Instagram, where he seeks out and surfaces compelling stories from photographers and artists.

Stephanie Sinclair
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Stephanie Sinclair founded Too Young to Wed, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending child, early, and forced marriage.

Ron Haviv
Seasoned combat photographer Ron Haviv, co-founder of VII photo agency, documents conflict and human rights issues around the globe.

Follow each photographer and the hashtags #Instacorps and #2030Now on September 18-19 for an all-access look at the 2016 Social Good Summit.