The albums in this section present a selection of photos related to the topic of forced migration.
Many of the images in the FMO collection derive from the UNHCR archive, others are from independent photographers. We are deeply indebted to our contributors for making these images freely available to us.
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The Life of Burmese Migrant Workers
Stories of Displacement in the DRC. The effect of the lengthy conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) on individuals and communities.
© Various photographers
The 27 February Camp, centred around the National Women’s School is the smallest of Algeria's five Sahrawi refugee camps.
© Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh
A rare glimpse into the daily life of ethnic Karen and Karenni refugees in two camps along the Thai-Burma border.
© Amity Malack
Refugees in the Oruchinga refugee camp in Southern Uganda, as well as the Ugandan capital, Kampala.
© Ayla Bonfiglio
The Tibetan Refugee Self Help Centre is one of the oldest refugee centres in the Tibetan Diaspora.
© Sudeep Basu
The politics of care in representing refugees.
Exploring mechanisms of representation that stage appropriate refugee identities in order to justify the need for humanitarian care.
© Manuel Gil
The majority of the Saharawi of the Western Sahara live in exile in refugee camps near Tindouf, Algeria.
© Danielle Van Brunt Smith
A great number of Saharawi civilians are totally dependent on international humanitarian assistance from NGOs and the UN.
© Heidi Haugen