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13.08. to 29.08.2014


20th anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child

an exhibition sponsored by BANK AUSTRIA Uni Credit



June 2014

return to Zaatari Refugee Camp

Portrait Project



May 2014

our animation movie

“Let the Children of Syria grow hope “

UNHCR spot at International Filmfestival Cannes 2014


Feb. to May 2014


workshops and production in cooperation with Theatre LES TANNEURS Brussels

and three national schools in Brussels



May 2014


our animation movie

“Let the Children of Syria grow hope “


CR spot at International Filmfestival Cannes 2014

Jan./Feb. 2014

“Let the Children Play  at Zaatari Refugee Camp”
in partnership with
no lost generation” campaign

creating an iconic photo/art project within the campaign and the Children’s Play Project

Location:  Jordan / UNHCR Zaatari Refugee Camp / JAN. 26th to FEB 7th 2014

INTRODUCTION  – “No Lost Generation”

As the crisis in Syria rages on an entire generation of children is being shaped by violence, displacement, and a persistent lack of opportunity.
UNHCR together with leading international humanitarian organisations have recently launched the ‘No Lost Generation’ campaign which builds on the latest evidence of the impact the crisis is having on children, not least diminished access to education and protection.

In support of the No Lost Generation campaign the non-profit organisations Human R. and The Fairy Play are looking at extending their Children’s Play[1] project, by creating 3 to 5 photographic compositions that will draw attention to the current situation and will highlight the importance in investing in the children’s future.


Let the Children Play at Zaatari REFUGEE Camp

The purpose of ‘Let the Children’s Play’ at the UNHCR Zaatari Refugee Camp is to create awareness and to help increase empathy and support for refugee children affected by the crisis in Syria.
Previously a stretch of desert, Zaatari is now accommodating the second largest refugee camp in the world. With more than 120,000 people living in Zaatari, the majority of registered Syrian refugees in Jordan are children and youth under the age of 18.

Considering its young demographic and raw desert environment, Zaatari refugee camp lends itself as a strong setting in which to compose five photographic scenarios that will put emphasis on the thousands of refugee children that are subjected to living in an unsafe environment, do not have access to education and are in desperate need of psychosocial support in order to help them through the trauma they have experienced. Working with the children and youth living in the camp, they will become pivotal characters in the final making of the pieces.


October 2013

Charity Auction at Dorotheum Vienna in favor to the ITHUBA School Wild Coast, South Africa

Donnation of various photographs of the projects into a pool of art works dedicated for the auction which was a big success and made 84.000.- Euro in favor to the school…


Feb. / March 2013

The Children’s Play South Africa

A new production in co-operation with the ITHUBA School Wild Coast was realized…

THANK YOU Bank Austria Uni Credit volunteers for your local support and cooperation!


with the friendly support of



The childern`s play Belgium:

A project in cooperation with  DELEGUE GENERAL AUX DROITS DE L’ENFANT BELGIQUE, THEATRE LES TANNEURS Brussels and the CITY OF BRUSSELS for 25th anniversary of UN Declaration on the Right of the Child in 2014

The children’s play South Africa:

A production of a children`s play was realized in co-operation with the ITHUBA School Wild Coast in February/March 2013

The children’s play Thailand:

realized in Jannuary 2012 in co-operation with PLAN Thailand International

The childern`s play Cape Verde:

was the first realization of the project, in cooperation with Delta Cultura Cabo Verde in 2011


The Children’s Play production awarded:


nominated for the PRIX PICTET 2012

(Switzerland / international)


winner of the CZECH ANNUAL PHOTO AWARD 2011


(Czech Republic / international)


nominated for the ST. LEOPOLD PEACE AWARD 2011


(Austria / international)


shortlisted at the PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERCUP 2011


(USA / international)




(Canada / international)




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