For over five years, Fabio Bucciarelli has been documenting the solidarity and spirit of those fleeing the Middle East and North Africa. The Dream is the culmination of those years: a photographic journey through the human condition.
Germany might have accepted large numbers of refugees into the country at points during the ongoing crisis, but when it comes to support and integration the state is failing. Instead, young people are filling in the gaps, using food as a tool to bring people together.
For refugees arriving in Europe, life remains to be tough. Dangerous journeys end in prejudice and poverty, as European governments continue to turn their backs. Photographer James Rippingale headed to Calais 'Jungle' to capture the faces of the children with their lives suspended, waiting for a new place to call home.
A new exhibition displays work from those camping in Calais, volunteers and emerging artists, forcing us to reconsider both the diluted identities of migrants, and our own high-brow preconceptions of art.
Under an oppressive military regime, hundreds of Eritreans are fleeing their country and making perilous journeys through Africa and beyond. Three storytellers have found innovative ways to shed light on one of the world's most underreported crises.