News from the camp, following up Syrians involved in “la classe” Just got some pictures from the camp I would like to share with you. Winter hasn’t even started yet, the winter what supposed to be a time for comfort, for good food and warmth, time for a touch of a friendly hand and talks… Read More What goes around, comes around… News from the camp.
Today was an other beautiful day with “la classe”. A beautiful sunny fall day, the birds were consulting about their migrations and the trees were putting on the hectic the pallid hues of decay, and began to strew the ground, that one’s very footsteps may not disturb the repose of earth and air… just a beautiful… Read More la classe 2015 – Portraying the swiss children
I truly want to thank a special person who accompanied us while we were to journey along Syria and the Syrian borders. He was the brother and the friend, the driver and the interpreter, the guide and the comforter. Saad Al Nassife the Syrian; born, grew up and lived in different Arab countries due to… Read More la classe 2015 – homage
la classe 2015 – Art for Human Rights, welcome back. thank you very much to the two moms and children we portrayed today. I have to admit that today I enjoyed the most loving cuddling swiss kids I ever met, JANIS and JADA… thank you for the love, the support and the trust.
#la_classe_2015 Art for Human Rights growing… and we portrayed Israeli child, many thanks the families and children who trust us… #we_all_are_equal
#la_classe_2015 Art for Human Rights an other day, other experience and other family. thank to the today’s mom and son for the trust and the support… our class is growing…
#la_classe_2015 Art for Human Rights today was an other working day and we thank the 2 families and the 3 kids we were able to portray, thank you for the support and the trust…
#la_classe_2015 Art for Human Rights second round, after a few days off we started with the swiss Children… many thanks to the 3 swiss families we meat yesterday to portray their children… please follow us and support this unique project, thank you
#the_eyes_and_the_voices_of_URFA_Refugees_Camp. Small acts, big impacts… the forgotten of #Tell_Abyad with love from the camp yesterday I got a post from the Urfa refugees camp, what I didn’t like at all. The kids were drawing war machines, dark skies and roads, boats and cars and flags of the revolution and more… I was so sad and… Read More la classe 2015 – following up the development of the children inside the camp
The forgotten, those who are able to pay a drive to get out of Syria to the Turkish border, and those who even can’t afford the TRIP to the border to survive the bombing of the regime and his coalition and the slaughtering of Daash… the mistreated, the abused and the slaved. people we meat… Read More la classe 2015 – leaving Istanbul, flying back Home