Photography has an effect on wellbeing and produces the feel-good factor for those in need. “Photography is a universal language. It can provoke feelings and thoughts regardless of our origin. When this happens, we experience a connection to people and countries far beyond our borders. It gives our work meaning and validation, and in some small way, a sense of healing.” stated Zaklina Anderson.
photography is a method of expression and video-making gives refugees another way to express, explore and shed light on their issues. The photography project is a program that makes refugees’ voices to be heard. With our workshops training, we would like to help participants find ways to tell their stories, whether through photography or speaking in videos.