Disposable Perspectives exhibition tour

Monday 9th - Saturday 14th October 2017, Launch event & Bake Sale: Monday 9th October, 6pm - 8pm
10am - 5pm

Disposable Perspectives is delighted to announce a new showing of the Porte de la Chapelle photographic series – photos taken by people living in a refugee camp in Northern Paris.

After two successful exhibitions in London, first at the Hive Dalston and then in Amnesty International UK‘s office for Refugee Week 2017, we are bringing the photos North on a mission to keep dispelling media prejudice and raise awareness of the participants’ situations.

This exhibition is part of the Edinburgh World Justice Festival, a collection of events across the city of Edinburgh to address issues of social justice and human rights.

As usual, the exhibition is free so please do go along for a unique insight into the lives of people rarely offered the opportunity to share their experiences.

More info on disposableperspectives.wordpress.com

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