IN PHOTOS: Everyday resilience in a Lesvos refugee camp

Photo essay about the daily life of refugees on the Greek island Lesbos.

It received warm recommendations, among others from Are you Syrious

“Despite these awful conditions, it is important not to minimize the resilience and agency of the people living in the camp, who are helping each other as the government and international community turn their backs. This article emphasizes the way residents have adapted to life in the camp, from organizing their own food distribution programs, making their own fishing rods and more.”

Read the piece here:

https://www.thelocal.com/20201221/in-photos-everyday-resilience-in-a-lesvos-refugee-camp

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