With aid supplies and clowns to the fringes of Europe
In the extraordinary live reportage “Caravan of Humanity”, the two travel photographers Bruno Maul and Pascal Violo provide insights for the first time into their volunteer work as helpers in various refugee camps on the edges of Europe. The two professional photographers talk about touching experiences and moving encounters with people who had to flee their homeland and are now often on the edge of their existence. But they also report on the difficulties they had to overcome during their “work for a good cause”: From bureaucracy to emotional rollercoaster rides to powerlessness in the face of the injustices of this world. But it is the belief in a better world that moves the two men and their team to continue, always focusing on humanity and the people themselves.
On the one hand, the two helpers documented the life and challenges of refugees with truthful photos. On the other hand, it is the stories about the pictures and videos that give the viewer deep insights into the current living situation of these people. With the live report “Caravan of Humanity” you embark on a moving border crossing to the edges of Europe to the almost forgotten people in the refugee camps.
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