In partnership with Maptia, we have prepared a portfolio of some of those tragic moments of Human History that I witnessed.

« A nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members. » —Mahatma Gandhi

“In my view, refugees are the weakest and most vulnerable members of our society, our human family.

Over the last three decades, I have borne witness to the conflicts which tear apart the world. Refugees, displaced people, exiles – all are victims of the barbarities of man and the chaos of history. Their lives marked by drifting and wandering resonate deeply for me. Since 1983, in tandem with my reportages, I have been volunteering my time throughout the world to train refugees and other vulnerable populations in the language of images. This helps to enable them to pass from passive victims to actors involved in recounting their destinies. This year, 2015, will mark the inauguration of my large-scale photography project, Exile Voices, which blends reportage with my training sessions in refugee camps.”