The Most Iconic Photographs From National Geographic's 125-Year History  Perhaps the most iconic National Geographic photo, Steve McCurry snapped this picture of an Afghan girl in a Pakistan refugee camp in 1984. It almost went unnoticed, until one editor rescued it from a pile and stuck it on the June 1985 Cover

The Most Iconic Photographs From National Geographic's 125-Year History

Did you know? Steve McCurry's iconic photograph of a young Afghan girl in a Pakistan refugee camp appeared on the cover of National Geographic magazine's June 1985 issue and became the most famous cover image in the magazine's history

These Paintings Capture The Refugee Crisis Better Than Any Photograph - BuzzFeed News

'We want to live a decent, simple life'​ – refugee camps ​as seen by illustrator George Butler

These moving photos of the refugee crisis just won a Pulitzer Prize Warning: Some people may find some of the photos in this article distressing #RefugeesWelcome

These photos of the refugee crisis just won a Pulitzer Prize

General News, first prize, stories - Sergey Ponomarev - Reporting Europe’s refugee crisis: Refugees arrive by boat near the village of Skala on Lesbos, Greece

"The Refugees", 1937, by Tamara de Lempicka (Polish-American, 1898-1980)

Art Deco painter Tamara de Lempicka (Polish: - The Refugees - 1937

Yet again another brilliant speech by 12, At the end of it I was just like Bill, really proud of my boy!! We love you Peter!

Yet again another brilliant speech by At the end of it I was just like Bill, really proud of my boy! We love you Peter!--- you know, I used to hate Peter as the doctor but now I actually like him (Bill is btw bæ)

BBC - BBC Arts - The Modern Face of Syria: Imranovi's art of war - “The new Syria has only one face to show to the world.”

An artistic representation of Syria called "the Face of Syria." It depicts the cities of Syria completely destroyed and war torn.

The Refugee Highway – Refugee Infographic | Communicating.Across.Boundaries

The Refugee Highway – Refugee Infographic – communicating across the boundaries of faith

The world refugee crisis has led civil society to mobilise, and initiatives calling for greater support to refugees have multiplied across countries. But at the same time, there have been increasing demands, especially from schools on how to work on this issue, asking how to discuss it with young people, or with students.

The world refugee crisis has led civil society to mobilise, and initiatives calling for greater support to refugees have multiplied across countries. But at the same time, there have been increasing demands, especially from schools on how to work on this issue, asking how to discuss it with young people, or with students.

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Wall art by olefir design: done with plaster thru cake decor bags and tips.

Refugees: America Not Being Given the Whole Story by JBS President John F. McManus Not everyone is burying details surrounding the refugee crisis and the potential for terrorism. But there surely a…

Refugees: America Not Being Given the Whole Story by JBS President John F. McManus Not everyone is burying details surrounding the refugee crisis and the potential for terrorism. But there surely a…

Excellent project by Shannon Jensen who photographed the remains of Sudanese refugees’ worn  tattered shoes (via Feature Shoot)

Photographer Documents Sudanese Refugees' Torn and Tattered Shoes

Shannon Jenson photographed the remains of Sudanese refugees' worn and tattered shoes in The Long Walk. Walk a mile in another more unfortunate mans shoes, literally.

After battling rough seas and high winds from Turkey, refugees arrive by rubber raft on a jagged shoreline of Lesbos. Fearing capsize or puncture, some panicked and jumped into the cold water in desperation to reach land (The New York Times/Tyler Hicks - October 1, 2015).

These photos of the refugee crisis just won a Pulitzer Prize

After battling rough seas and high winds from Turkey, migrants arrive by rubber raft on a jagged shoreline of the Greek island of Lesbos. Fearing capsize or puncture, some panicked and jumped into the.

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