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(Updated on 11/05/2016)

 

 

PICTURES:

 



All I brought with me': Syrian refugees show their possessions – in pictures
- 24 March 2017
"When they fled their homes at the start of the conflict, these Syrian families thought they would return within days.
Six years on, still in Lebanon and Jordan – and with no chance of return – they show what they brought with them."

(theguardian.com)

 

 

Search and rescue in the Mediterranean – in pictures - 19 February 2017
"Photographer David Ramos was onboard the rescue vessel Golfo Azzurro, operated by the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms which provides assistance to refugees and migrants in distress at sea."

(theguardian.com)

 

 

'Life is hard': the refugee family picking through waste to survive – in pictures - 26 October 2016
"Syrian refugee Firas el Jasmin struggled to find work in Turkey because of his disability,
so took to the streets with his son to collect recyclable material which he sells on to support his family."

(theguardian.com)

 

 

In pictures: Refugee crisis on show - 8 September 2016
"An exhibition in London explores the global refugee crisis through the eyes of eight photographers
reporting from 13 countries on behalf of Oxfam.
The pictures aim to capture something of the personal stories behind the migration facts and figures.
Photography director Rebecca McClelland said:
"My aim was to be as sensitive as possible to the subject, whilst stretching the limited language of crisis photography."

(BBC)

 


Les migrants expulsés d'Europe - 16 PHOTOS
(20minutes.fr)

 

 

In pictures: Syria refugees at Turkey border - 8 February 2016
"About 35,000 Syrians are waiting on the Turkish border opposite Kilis after fleeing a Syrian government offensive on rebel-held positions near Aleppo...
Turkey already hosts the largest number of Syrian refugees - at least 2.5 million."

(BBC)

 

 

Drowned world: welcome to Europe’s first undersea sculpture museum - 2 February 2016
"On the seabed off the coast of Lanzarote, British artist Jason deCaires Taylor is creating an extraordinary series of underwater artworks, concrete figures representing desperate refugees and selfie-taking tourists that are transformed as they become slowly colonised by marine life."

+ See a gallery of more of Jason deCaires Taylor’s undersea sculpture

 

 

 'We want to live a decent, simple life'​ – refugee camps ​as seen by illustrator George Butler - 6 January 2016
"George Butler has provided poignant snapshots of life in Afghanistan and Lebanon.
Here, he trains his watercolours on Greece and Serbia, where refugees are crowding into camps after escaping armed conflict at home."

(theguardian.com)

 



Uncertain journeys BY ASHLEY GILBERTSON
- PHOTOS - 21 November 2015

(nytimes.com)

 


Thousands of Migrants Are Crossing the Balkans on Foot
- PHOTOS - 26 October 2015

(theatlantic.com)

 


Photographs of the volunteers welcoming refugees to Europe
- 22 November 2015
(theatlantic.com)

 

 

Uncertain journeys BY ASHLEY GILBERTSON
- PHOTOS - 21 November 2015

(nytimes.com)


 

Thousands of Migrants Are Crossing the Balkans on Foot
- PHOTOS - 26 October 2015

(theatlantic.com)

 



Lesbos, Greece

 



Migrant crisis: Migration to Europe explained in graphics
"Vast numbers of migrants have made their way
across the Mediterranean to Europe in 2015,
sparking a crisis
as countries struggle to cope with the influx,
and creating division in the EU
over how best to deal with resettling people."

(BBC)

 


Balkan odysseys and refugee stories
– a photojournalist's view
- with PHOTOS
- 2 October 2015
"Getty Images photojournalist Christopher Furlong
spent several weeks in Hungary, Serbia and Croatia
covering the unfolding and unprecedented refugee crisis.
He talks frankly to the Guardian about his experiences."

(theguardian.com)

 

 

Migrant crisis:
Memorable pictures by BBC correspondents

- Joy and anguish - 28 September 2015
"BBC correspondents and film crews are out
covering the huge movement of migrants
across Europe and some are shooting still pictures
as they go. We asked them to send in a memorable
picture they had taken, along with a brief back story."

(BBC)

 

 

In pictures: Migrants seek new routes - 19 September 2015
"Tens of thousands of migrants are on the move
across the Balkans
as they seek to find refuge and apply for asylum
in Germany, Austria, Sweden and other western European countries."

(BBC)

 


 


Migrant crisis: In pictures - 5 September 2015
"Hundreds of migrants have been arriving in Germany and Austria as the migrant crisis continues across Europe."

(BBC)

 




"Réfugiés somaliens dont les abris de fortune faisaient partie
des dizaines de maisons et échoppes
détruites par des soldats agissant sous les ordres
du gouvernement somalien.
Camp de réfugiés de Sarkusta, sud de Mogadiscio, 4 mars 2015." 

(20minutes.fr)



"Syrian refugees eat their lunch
outside their tents at a refugee camp
in the eastern Lebanese border town of Arsal, Lebanon." 

(humanosphere.org)




Ecuadorian refugees near Guatemala.
(Wikipedia)

 



"This boat is bound for a Greek island from North Africa."
(dailyimpact.net)


"The Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya is considered by many
to be the largest refugee camp in the world."

(womennewsnetwork.net)

 

"Kurdish refugees from Kobani at the Turkish border."
(blazingcatfur.ca)

 

 

CARTOONS:

 


 


Cartoon: Migrant Stowaways Fiasco
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + EXPLANATION
+ VOCABULARY + NOTE + Related articles

(englishblog.com)

 


Cartoon: A Helping Hand - March 08, 2016
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + NOTE
+ ALSO SEE + Related articles

(englishblog.com)

 

Cartoon: The Boy Who Asked to Come to Britain
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + ALSO SEE  
(englishblog.com)

 

Cartoon: Cameron's EU U-Turn - 26 January 2016
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + EXPLANATION
+ Related articles
(englishblog.com)

 

Cartoon: Learn English or Be Deported
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + EXPLANATION
+ LANGUAGE + ALSO SEE + Related articles

(englishblog.com)

 

Cartoon: Channel Tunnel Café
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + VOCABULARY
+ COMMENT + Related articles

(englishblog.com)

 


Drawing for Change: Analyzing
and Making Political Cartoons
- a lesson
"In this lesson, we provide three resources
to assist teachers working with political cartoons..."

(learning.blogs.nytimes.com)

 

Refugee crisis - Cartoons
(cagle.com)

 

Cartoon: Europe Moved by Aylan's Death
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + VOCABULARY
+ COMMENT + Related articles

(englishblog.com)