The photo exhibition No lost generation shows the stories of Syrian refugee children as well as in host communities as in In Za’atari camp in Jordan. More than 140,000 Syrians are now living in tents in the desolate Jordanian desert.The ongoing Syrian civil war has reached its fourth year and is still not over.
The exhibition shows a generation scarred by Syria’s civil war, the children reveal how their lives have been changed forever. The exhibition shows you the consequences of the civil war prominently. National and international aid organizations warn that without extra protection and investments, a lack of schooling derails their education. While this generation is desperately needed for the reconstruction of the country. The photoos give this complicated and unsolvable looking conflict a human face.
At the Humanity House
This photo exhibition is located in the Foyer of Humanity House and free of charge and is part of the Just Peace weekend in The Hague. Photograper Chris de Bode gives an interesting lecture on his work on September 20 during our photography program In Sight (in Dutch).
The exhibition is an cooperation between Save the Children, UNICEF Nederland and Worldvision. Photo: Chris de Bode / Save the Children