''Our goal was to reach Germany to reunite with our brother. There were no flights available to us. The only option was to go to Greece on the small overcrowded dinghy. We were so afraid of the sea.
For the first six months in Greece, we lived in tents, under the rain.''
Harrowing refugee camps, the indefinite waiting process, agonizing boredom, uncertainty, heartaches and trauma of war, compounded by lack of independence and the constant reliance on aid. Hope is easy to fade but without it, it is impossible to survive. In times of circulation of falsehood in Europe, young women residing in a refugee camp in Greece creatively expressed their opinion by redefining the word ‘refugee’ that against all odds radiates hope and faith in a better future.
IPA - Honorable mention 2019