Inequalities are touching on many fields in our social and economic lives. Issues related to such inequalities leave marks in our surroundings also in the urban space. In our four-day workshops we will focus on displaying these marks in a creative manner. We will discuss basic concepts of social inequality and develop a plan of where they can best be found in Mosul University and Mosul city. In addition, we will learn some basic know-how in landscape photography particularly in urban surroundings. Then we will get into practice: We will go outside and capture some motives in Mosul city which best symbolize inequality-related issues. Our artworks will be presented on the final conference day. The workshop is open for students of all disciplines and especially relevant for students of economics, architecture, social sciences, sociology, political sciences, arts, graphic design, computer science and related disciplines.