ON THE MEDIA, ON MIGRATION | ‘Telling our own stories’: Rohingya lives, through a camera lens

December 13, 2021

Daily joys, growing hardships: Emerging Rohingya photographers are documenting their refugee community’s stories, one snapshot at a time.

Source: ‘Telling our own stories’: Rohingya lives, through a camera lens, The New Humanitarian, by Kaamil Ahmed, Freelance journalist and regular TNH contributor

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