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    Iraqi Kurdish Photographers Reach Out to Immigrant Workers, Refugeesi
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    Sebastian Meyer
    June 09, 2014 7:36 PM
    The recent economic boom in northern Iraq has attracted thousands of migrant workers from South Asia and Africa as well as hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. A group of Iraqi Kurdish photographers, moved by their own history as refugees and emigrants, has created a photography outreach project for the Syrian refugees and foreign laborers who have recently arrived.

    Iraqi Kurdish Photographers Reach Out to Immigrant Workers, Refugees

    Sebastian Meyer

    Published June 09, 2014

    The recent economic boom in northern Iraq has attracted thousands of migrant workers from South Asia and Africa as well as hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. A group of Iraqi Kurdish photographers, moved by their own history as refugees and emigrants, has created a photography outreach project for the Syrian refugees and foreign laborers who have recently arrived.


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