portraits of refugees in london
This exhibitions contemplates the idea of ‘Belonging’ through 10 different stories of displacement.
london photographers celebrate refugees in moving new portrait series
From Campbell Addy to Nick Waplington, 10 photographers capture 10 portraits in arresting new show, 'A New Beginning'.
what’s life like in the largest syrian refugee camp in the world?
23-year-old Palestinian refugee Omar Braika is documenting the stories of those in the Zaatari Syrian refugee camp of Jordan.
m.i.a. talks trump, war and being a refugee at the oxford union
“Being a refugee is forever changing. We’re still a blob in the world, we’re faceless, and nobody can say why we’re here.”
model and activist lily cole on her refugee crisis documentary, 'light in dark places'
Led by Lily Cole, 'Light in Dark Places' is a one-off documentary focusing on Samos – the Greek island at the center of the refugee crisis.
exclusive: read an extract from angelina jolie's interview of giles duley
We present an exclusive extract of Angelina Jolie's Humanity Magazine interview with the prolific photojournalist and documentarian of humanitarian issues Giles Duley. They discuss the power of his work and a year of covering the refugee crisis.
‘windows on europe’ explores the refugee crisis through short films
This selection of shorts show the migrant experience can be hard, funny, traumatic and romantic.
harley weir on shooting the homes and houses of the calais jungle
'Homes' is a new photobook by Harley Weir that documents the Calais Jungle with a raw beauty and emotional tenderness.
lily allen urges britain to do more for refugees
'I apologize on behalf of my country, for what we've put you through,' Allen told a 13-year-old refugee from Afghanistan while visiting a camp less than 100 miles from her recording studio.
#safepassage: ai weiwei amsterdam exhibition will focus on the refugee crisis
The upcoming solo exhibition reflects on the artist's personal experiences and those of the thousands of refugees who risk their lives to reach Europe.
ai weiwei unveils controversial lifejacket installation in austria
The Chinese artist continues to use to his work to draw attention to the refugee crisis.
at the march to protect the rights of refugees
The day after the EU Referendum results came in, signalling a move towards Brexit, we went to the East London march against racism, for migrant rights, and against fascist violence.
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