Positive Contributions: Being a refugee in Britain is a report and photo exhibition written and curated by Nando Sigona and Andreea Torre and commissioned by the Refugee Housing Association. The photo-exhibition collects photos taken on disposable cameras by twenty refugees and asylum seekers living in the UK. The photos have commentaries by the authors of the photos.
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