Migration
27
April 2017
The Box, Dorylaiou 12, Mavili Square, Athens (Metro station: Megaro Mousikis)

No Direction Home: Looking at Loss and Hope

No Direction Home is the latest publication of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation’s Office in Greece. This publication includes 235 photos of 30 Greek photographers capturing the refugee experience. The war zones, the survivors, their passage to Greece, the dead people in the sea, the trapped lives at the hot spots, the fences in Idomeni, the squats’ experience, the despair of the Balkan route, the camp at Calais.

On this occasion we invite you on Thursday, April 27, 2017, at The Box, Doryleou 12, Mavili Square, Athens (Metro Station Megaro Moussikis) to the public discussion:

 

No Direction Home: Looking at Loss and Hope

Discussants:
 

Aris Messinis, photographer
- the war zones in the Middle East

Christos Christou, surgeon, chairman of the Hellenic Association of Médecins Sans Frontières

- the international image of the refugee

Deborah Carlos Valencia, Melissa Network, Munting Nayon School Manager

- today's refugee, tomorrow's neighbor

Nikos Gionakis, psychologist, Babel Day Centre

- not to be trapped in the pain.

The discussion will be coordinated by the journalist Giorgos Allamanis.

 

On Thursday 27 and Friday 28 April 2017, thirty photos from the album's material will be displayed at The Box.

Free entrance.

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