Τρίτη, 12 Απριλίου 2016

Documenting Daily Life at Idomeni Camp - April 6th, 2016 by Kate Thomas (http://www.refugeesdeeply.org, 6/4/2016)

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Documenting Daily Life at Idomeni Camp

  by Kate Thomas



Refugees sit on the railway tracks. (Monica Parra/Fotomovimiento)









As a makeshift camp, when it first opened, Idomeni did not have designated sleeping areas. Many people camped out by the railway tracks. (Monica Parra/Fotomovimiento)



A small child sits in an empty cardboard box. Many people have not had adequate, comfortable places to sleep. (Rober Astorgano/Fotomovimiento)



Refugees cook over an open fire. Many people have been sleeping in poorly insulated camping tents, given the makeshift nature of the site. (Rober Astorgano/Fotomovimiento)



A boy holds up a drawing in orange felt tip. It shows large houses, and fields containing animals. (Rober Astorgano/Fotomovimiento)




Here, the extent of the rains and mud is shown. A woman carries possessions on her head, while her son walks behind. (Manu Gomez/Fotomovimiento)





Boys play a made-up fishing game in the muddy water. (Rober Astorgano/Fotomovimiento)





Refugees wait in the cold air at Idomeni. (Manu Gomez/Fotomovimiento)



Keeping warm around a fire. Recent rainy conditions have made the firewood rot. (Manu Gomez/Fotomovimiento)




A man attempts to light a cigarette using a scissor blade. (Rober Astorgano/Fotomovimiento)



A small boy looks on, as riot police stand over the railway tracks. Many protests have broken out at Idomeni, as refugees contend with tough conditions and fear for the future. (Monica Parra/Fotomovimiento)




Riot police stand guard as children walk by. (Monica Parra/Fotomovimiento)

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