Humanitarian Photography and Refugees Abroad: A Virtual Exhibition CNHH Call for Canadian Stories

Humanitarian Photography and Refugees Abroad: A Virtual Exhibition CNHH Call for Canadian Stories

May 18, 2017
Posted by: Sean Eedy
Posted In: Call for Photographs, News
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  • Meyer Brownstone Chair emeritus, Oxfam Canada
    June 7, 2017 at 2:28 pm  - Reply

    As Prof Marshall is aware I have an extensive collection of refugee photographs taken during the 1980’s in Honduras. Refugees from Salvador lived in several camps-ultimately in two major camps. I visited quite frequently occasionally alone but most often with small missions of Canadian politicians, trade unionists, lawyers, artists. My collection is housed in archives at Carleton University in the form of slides and prints but I have many digitized photos on my computer which can be easily transmitted. My problem in responding is how many photos you would like to have. There are pictures of children and adults, victims of attacks on the camps by the military, groups, camp production activities,etc. If you can define what would be of interest I am sure I can accommodate you. I can include brief comments with each picture.

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