Since Spring 2015, Jacob Ehrbahn has been documenting the worst refugee crisis in recent history. He is determined to make sure the issue, which is still devastating lives, does not fade from public attention.
The camp’s population has swelled while living conditions have deteriorated under government inaction, making this crisis inevitable.
Photographer Serbest Salih teaches vulnerable communities how the act of documentation can help them to process their own experience.
Photographer Giles Duley examines the impact COVID-19 will have on refugee camps, where conditions are already barely livable.
This year, the grassroots ‘festival without borders’ came to Athens – uniting locals, refugees, and citizens from all over the world.
When civil war broke out in Syria, Waad Al-Kateab picked up the camera – and didn’t put it down. The result is now a feature-length documentary.
In his chilling documentary, Of Fathers And Sons, director Talal Derki paints an intimate portrait of life in a modern Jihadi family.
In Lebanon, a small local football team is healing the rifts of a fractured community – uniting expats, outcasts and refugees from across the Middle East.
Yesterday, demonstrations against the weekend’s bombings were held across the country. Photographer Theo McInnes joins the crowds in London.
Forgotten in an isolated Greek camp, young refugees have produced the Ritsona Kingdom Journal to remind the world they exist.
In a country torn apart by civil war, people are grasping for moments of relief – and football is one thing they turn to.
In this edition of Pivot Points, stories that shift a photographer’s perspective, Lara Atallah spends time with Aghyad Abou Koura, a young Syrian filmmaker, and finds herself reconnecting with her own journey to image-making.