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Check iamyaska_x's Instagram Refugees will continue to come, and the only question is what we are going to do to help them or who is going to step up for them. #everydayrefugees #everydayhornofafrica #refugees #southsudan #dynamicafrica 1524786587765279460_22363944

Refugees will continue to come, and the only question is what we are going to do to help them or who is going to step up for them. #everydayrefugees #everydayhornofafrica #refugees #southsudan #dynamicafrica

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Check exsulbeads's Instagram Life in Kutupalong refugee camp isn't easy. Aalliyah has to walk a full kilometer through the unofficial camp grounds with her son, Saif, on her hip just to get one ration of rice. Exsul Beads is about making her life easier by giving her the means to earn a living wage, so she can move past mere survival and start thinking about building her community. 1524741677649907444_4650266437

Life in Kutupalong refugee camp isn't easy. Aalliyah has to walk a full kilometer through the unofficial camp grounds with her son, Saif, on her hip just to get one ration of rice. Exsul Beads is about making her life easier by giving her the means to earn a living wage, so she can move past mere survival and start thinking about building her community.

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Check omer_messinger's Instagram What happens to a place once major coverage moves on from it? 
How do we portray an aftermath that leans mostly on absence, on what is not there? ..................My recent project........................ .....................................................................................
A lot was written about the Greek island of Lesvos (Lesbos), it was in the middle of attentions for it's role in the refugee crisis. I chose to arrive in the Island long after the waves of boats and people ceased to arrive at its shores. I was interested to see what happens to a place once major coverage moves on from it?  once it is being forgotten.  During the time of winter vacation the lake of tourists was well noticeable, there was a feeling of abandonment and alienation. Lesvos ceased to be relevant for  the refugees that were left on it, for tourists and in some ways also for its Greek residents; for which dealing with the current situation is an added burden to the already very present Greek economic depression. All that the Island is currently lacking is present far stronger then what is left.
Photographically, it was important for me to portray this state of aftermath that leans mostly on absence, on what is not there.
#photojournalism #documentaryphotography #reportage #documentary #middleeast #contemporary #kunst #lesvos #greece #photojournalist #contemporaryphotography #refugees #realism #personalwork #relevace #irrelevance #humans #myfeatureshoot #useformat #der_greif #photoessay #everydayrefugees #everydaygreece #everydaymigration #lesvos #iglesvos 1524535771917404880_476121280

What happens to a place once major coverage moves on from it? How do we portray an aftermath that leans mostly on absence, on what is not there? ..................My recent project........................ ..................................................................................... A lot was written about the Greek island of Lesvos (Lesbos), it was in the middle of attentions for it's role in the refugee crisis. I chose to arrive in the Island long after the waves of boats and people ceased to arrive at its shores. I was interested to see what happens to a place once major coverage moves on from it? once it is being forgotten. During the time of winter vacation the lake of tourists was well noticeable, there was a feeling of abandonment and alienation. Lesvos ceased to be relevant for the refugees that were left on it, for tourists and in some ways also for its Greek residents; for which dealing with the current situation is an added burden to the already very present Greek economic depression. All that the Island is currently lacking is present far stronger then what is left. Photographically, it was important for me to portray this state of aftermath that leans mostly on absence, on what is not there. #photojournalism #documentaryphotography #reportage #documentary #middleeast #contemporary #kunst #lesvos #greece #photojournalist #contemporaryphotography #refugees #realism #personalwork #relevace #irrelevance #humans #myfeatureshoot #useformat #der_greif #photoessay #everydayrefugees #everydaygreece #everydaymigration #lesvos #iglesvos

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Check _shahrzadik_'s Instagram ...
* تو پا گذاشته ای در جهان تازه ی من
خوش آمدی بنشین قهرمان تازه ی من

تو رودخانه ای و دل به آبی ات زده ام
سفیدِ پیرهنت بادبانِ تازه ی من

گل طلاییِ خورشید شو، که می چرخد
به مرکزیت تو کهکشانِ تازه ی من
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** وقت سبک شدن ه... :)
منو هم دعا کنید...
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#مهدی_فرجی
#شادگان
#پدر_عشق_دختر
#natgeo#unicef#people_infinity#ir_people#ig_image#everydayrefugees 1524720677063918010_1948960927

... * تو پا گذاشته ای در جهان تازه ی من خوش آمدی بنشین قهرمان تازه ی من تو رودخانه ای و دل به آبی ات زده ام سفیدِ پیرهنت بادبانِ تازه ی من گل طلاییِ خورشید شو، که می چرخد به مرکزیت تو کهکشانِ تازه ی من . . ** وقت سبک شدن ه... :) منو هم دعا کنید... . . #مهدی_فرجی #شادگان #پدر_عشق_دختر #natgeo#unicef#people_infinity#ir_people#ig_image#everydayrefugees

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Check refugeepathways's Instagram “Today, they are refugees. Tomorrow, they can be students and professors, scientists and researchers, workers and caregivers." - Ban Ki Moon 📸UNHCR/Tanya Habjouqa #empoweringlives #refugeerights #refugeepathways #unhcr #nrc #syria #forrefugees #everydayrefugees #zaatari #families #lives #sundaythoughts #bettertogehter #thisisus #chancesforchildren #empoweringrefugees #now 1524713358002414161_4780943393

“Today, they are refugees. Tomorrow, they can be students and professors, scientists and researchers, workers and caregivers." - Ban Ki Moon 📸UNHCR/Tanya Habjouqa #empoweringlives #refugeerights #refugeepathways #unhcr #nrc #syria #forrefugees #everydayrefugees #zaatari #families #lives #sundaythoughts #bettertogehter #thisisus #chancesforchildren #empoweringrefugees #now

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Check christinanordvang's Instagram Aicha på otte år er flygtet fra den nordlige del af Cameroun med sin mor og et-årige lillesøster. Familien var ombord på en faldefærdig gummibåd fra Libyen med 140 andre mennesker. I de små seks timer hun var på redningsskibet stod hun for det meste og kiggede ud over havet eller på de over 600 mennesker, der var blevet reddet #mediterraneansea #searchandrescue  #everydayrefugees #migration 1524639856374057631_217861493

Aicha på otte år er flygtet fra den nordlige del af Cameroun med sin mor og et-årige lillesøster. Familien var ombord på en faldefærdig gummibåd fra Libyen med 140 andre mennesker. I de små seks timer hun var på redningsskibet stod hun for det meste og kiggede ud over havet eller på de over 600 mennesker, der var blevet reddet #mediterraneansea #searchandrescue #everydayrefugees #migration

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Check mmuheisen's Instagram Resting on a bench, a young Afghan refugee in a camp in Serbia. #everydayrefugees #refugeecrisis #refugees #muhammedmuheisen #iphoneonly #dailylife 1524596959540029229_1049530492

Resting on a bench, a young Afghan refugee in a camp in Serbia. #everydayrefugees #refugeecrisis #refugees #muhammedmuheisen #iphoneonly #dailylife

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Check everydayrefugees's Instagram Syrian refugee children hold hands and sing while playing at an informal tented settlement in Jordan. Photo by @rooswijngaards #everydayrefugees 1524538254485352155_2062521230

Syrian refugee children hold hands and sing while playing at an informal tented settlement in Jordan. Photo by @rooswijngaards #everydayrefugees

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Check lamameli's Instagram Wednesday night you saw for the first time people drowned in Mediterranean, in the footage by Fabrizio Gatti of L'Espresso; the same sea you - pregnant - crossed last February. 
At the end you cried a lot, you looked at me upset and I didn't know what to say.
Since then every day you ask me if there are other dead.

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#migration #refugeecrisis #refugees #documentary #documentaryphotography #photo #photography #photooftheday #photojournalism #mediterranean #africa #border #italy #everydayrefugees #picoftheday #europe #palermo #sicily #integration #women #woman #humanrights #journalism #reportage 1524221046369505705_248612894

Wednesday night you saw for the first time people drowned in Mediterranean, in the footage by Fabrizio Gatti of L'Espresso; the same sea you - pregnant - crossed last February. At the end you cried a lot, you looked at me upset and I didn't know what to say. Since then every day you ask me if there are other dead. ___________ #migration #refugeecrisis #refugees #documentary #documentaryphotography #photo #photography #photooftheday #photojournalism #mediterranean #africa #border #italy #everydayrefugees #picoftheday #europe #palermo #sicily #integration #women #woman #humanrights #journalism #reportage

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Check voices_of_refugees's Instagram Kataerina, 35 years old, from Pyin Soung village in southern Shan State, Myanmar (Part 2/2)

Kataerina finally left her village and came to the Thailand-Burma border because of the conflict in the area. On the border, she met her husband-to-be. The couple got married in 2007 and soon after Kataerina gave birth to their first child. In 2009, she moved to Nai Soi Camp with her family. The only way to be in contact with her parents for nearly ten years now, has been through asking for news from people who have travelled from her village to Thailand. But she has never heard good news, and she thinks there is no change in her village. “I want them to change the policy in the county because if we go back to our village, when we speak out about something that is wrong, they just punish us or even kill us. That’s why the villagers don’t dare to speak out.” Nai Soi Camp has over 11,000 residents, most of whom are ethnic Karenni. The camp is only four kilometers away from the Burma border and has been attacked by Burmese troops and their allies in 1997 and 1998. Surrounding the camp is a landmine field. Kataerina has stayed in the camp for six years and two of her children were born there. Kataerina does housework and feeds pigs in her free time and her husband sometimes works in the fields outside the camp. She attended sewing training and finished the basic level and says the skills are enough to sew clothes, and thus she hopes to attend a higher level sewing training. In the future, she wants to make a living by sewing and selling clothes. “Currently, I am alright. But I don’t have much money like other people. They have phones or bikes. Some people can earn money for their children. But for me, I just have to be satisfied with the rations I get.” When asked about what she wants to change in the camp, Kataerina names the age limits for trainings and jobs as the most important issue. 1524198711492071637_4607543632

Kataerina, 35 years old, from Pyin Soung village in southern Shan State, Myanmar (Part 2/2) Kataerina finally left her village and came to the Thailand-Burma border because of the conflict in the area. On the border, she met her husband-to-be. The couple got married in 2007 and soon after Kataerina gave birth to their first child. In 2009, she moved to Nai Soi Camp with her family. The only way to be in contact with her parents for nearly ten years now, has been through asking for news from people who have travelled from her village to Thailand. But she has never heard good news, and she thinks there is no change in her village. “I want them to change the policy in the county because if we go back to our village, when we speak out about something that is wrong, they just punish us or even kill us. That’s why the villagers don’t dare to speak out.” Nai Soi Camp has over 11,000 residents, most of whom are ethnic Karenni. The camp is only four kilometers away from the Burma border and has been attacked by Burmese troops and their allies in 1997 and 1998. Surrounding the camp is a landmine field. Kataerina has stayed in the camp for six years and two of her children were born there. Kataerina does housework and feeds pigs in her free time and her husband sometimes works in the fields outside the camp. She attended sewing training and finished the basic level and says the skills are enough to sew clothes, and thus she hopes to attend a higher level sewing training. In the future, she wants to make a living by sewing and selling clothes. “Currently, I am alright. But I don’t have much money like other people. They have phones or bikes. Some people can earn money for their children. But for me, I just have to be satisfied with the rations I get.” When asked about what she wants to change in the camp, Kataerina names the age limits for trainings and jobs as the most important issue.

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Check refugeepathways's Instagram stay tuned for the launch of our website happening soon. We are excited to provide comprehensive and user friendly information regarding complementary pathways for #Syrian #refugees very soon. #refugeerights #refugeepathways #everydayrefugees #safety #humanity #dignitymatters #forrefugees #migration #findingnewplaces #to #call #home @refugeepathways 1524140336904394576_4780943393

stay tuned for the launch of our website happening soon. We are excited to provide comprehensive and user friendly information regarding complementary pathways for #syrian #refugeesvery soon. #refugeerights #refugeepathways #everydayrefugees #safety #humanity #dignitymatters #forrefugees #migration #findingnewplaces #to #call #home@refugeepathways

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Check fishfries's Instagram @Regrann from @everydayrefugees -  A Syrian refugee mother changes her daughter's clothes at their tent in an informal tented settlement in Jordan. Photo by @mmuheisen #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen 
#syria #syrian_civillians #genocide #alllivesmatter #russia #attention_world #refugees #RefugeesWelcome #refugeecrisis #UN #Unicef #syriantragedy 1523999782850760151_2674859

@Regrann from @everydayrefugees - A Syrian refugee mother changes her daughter's clothes at their tent in an informal tented settlement in Jordan. Photo by @mmuheisen #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen #syria #syrian_civillians #genocide #alllivesmatter #russia #attention_world #refugees #refugeeswelcome #refugeecrisis #un #unicef #syriantragedy

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Check jafarvaezi's Instagram photo by: @jafarvaezi

امروز من بزرگ شده‌ام. می‌دانم که زندگی ساده نیست و این‌که نباید از آدم‌های شکننده‌تر و حساس‌تر از خودمان که با انتخاب روش‌های «ناهنجار» می‌کوشند زندگی غیر قابل تحملشان را قابل تحمل سازند، چندان کینه‌ای به دل گرفت. 
#ژان_لویی_فورنیه

#harfeaks #everydayeverywhere  #instagram #lensculture #noorimages #mashhadlover #hikaricreative #oneshot #magnumphotos #aksdastan #akas_khoone #everydayafg  #everydayrefugees #refugeeswelcome #ghasran_pic 1523977305063368047_1692023424

photo by: @jafarvaezi امروز من بزرگ شده‌ام. می‌دانم که زندگی ساده نیست و این‌که نباید از آدم‌های شکننده‌تر و حساس‌تر از خودمان که با انتخاب روش‌های «ناهنجار» می‌کوشند زندگی غیر قابل تحملشان را قابل تحمل سازند، چندان کینه‌ای به دل گرفت. #ژان_لویی_فورنیه #harfeaks #everydayeverywhere #instagram #lensculture #noorimages #mashhadlover #hikaricreative #oneshot #magnumphotos #aksdastan #akas_khoone #everydayafg #everydayrefugees #refugeeswelcome #ghasran_pic

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Check matyqo's Instagram Last days of schools in Domiz refugee camp, Duhok - Iraq #instagram #iphoneonly #everydayiraq #everydayrefugees #everydayeverywhere #everydaymiddleeast #middleeast #iraq #kurdistan #Duhok 1523921083278265422_260922206

Last days of schools in Domiz refugee camp, Duhok - Iraq #instagram #iphoneonly #everydayiraq #everydayrefugees #everydayeverywhere #everydaymiddleeast #middleeast #iraq #kurdistan #duhok

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