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Human rights through the lens of young Roma and Egyptians

Even those who make a living from words very often tend to admit that “a picture is worth 1000 words”. Just one frame captured in the right moment, from the right angle with enough light often will tell you a story that words are not capable to describe. These young people who are ahead of life full of challenges but huge expectations, through the photographs selected for the exhibition on the occasion of Human Rights Day, have told as a story- how they see themselves, their role in society and the world around them, which still too often does not see them as equals. We hope that it will be a pleasure, but also instructive, to see how teenagers from the unjustifiably marginalized Roma-Egyptian (RE) communities in Montenegrin society see the issue of human rights.

We from the Help are convinced that there is no better way to celebrate 25 years of our engagement in Western Balkans, than to give a chance to those young people who look to have a bright  future and on whom count RE communities, but also the entire Montenegrin society.   

Biljana Jovićević

Autori:

  • Besart Krasnići
  • Daut Đukatani
  • Elmedina Jašaraj
  • Enis Zumberi
  • Erđan Beriša
  • Ersan Beriša
  • Jasmina Beriša
  • Muhamed Ahmetaj
  • Sadrija Krasnići

Selektor:

  • Dejan Kalezić

Besart Krasnići

Daut Đukatani

Elmedina Jašaraj

Enis Zumberi

Erđan Beriša

Ersan Beriša

Jasmina Beriša

Muhamed Ahmetaj

Sandrija Krasnići

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