A new immersive visual and audio exhibition by photographers commissioned by Oxfam takes viewers into the world of some of the 65 million people forced to leave their homes around the globe. The photos remind us of the humanity and individuality of each person who has been compelled to flee because of conflict or extreme deprivation. Oxfam’s Stand as One campaign calls for global action to welcome more refugees, prevent families from being separated and keep people fleeing their homes safe from harm.
The Stand as One exhibition is at 4 Holywell Lane, London, EC2A 3ET, until 15 September. Admission is free. On Monday 12 September, photojournalist Phil Moore and curator Rebecca McClelland will join Oxfam campaigns director Sally Copley to share personal experiences of the global refugee crisis
Link : Stand as one – the global refugee crisis in pictures