Photo exposition #FacesOfConflict – fascinating portraits of people affected by the conflict In the Donbass regionPublished on 8 June 2021 | EventsDate : 2 weeks in Kyiv from June 02, 2021Timetable :Place : Taras Shevchenko National Museum - 12 Taras Shevchenko Boulevard, KyivSince February 2015, Première Urgence Internationale teams have been implementing projects in Eastern Ukraine aimed to provide emergency health care as well as to strengthen access to quality health/mental healthcare services and water infrastructures. Thanks to the support of the European Commission Directorate General for Humanitarian aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) and the Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA/USAID), the organization was able to develop a photo project that gives residents of conflict-affected areas the opportunity to explain what does it really mean to live close to the ‘’line of contact’’. The purpose of this project was also to highlight how COVID-19 has created an additional pressure on these people who are still confronted on a daily basis with the consequences of the ongoing conflict.
Exhibition “Ma ville me manque”, portraits de déplacés de Mossoul from May, 31 till July, 2ndPublished on 30 May 2017 | EventsDate : from 31 May to July 2Timetable : from 7 PM from Wednesday to Friday and from 11 AM on the week-endPlace : La Bellevilloise in la Halle aux OliviersFrom May, 31st until July, 2nd, La Bellevilloise (20th arrondissement in Paris) hosts the exhibition « Ma ville me manque », portraits de déplacés de Mossoul in its Halle aux Oliviers.
Symposium at the French Senate: “Daily life in the Occupied Palestinian Territories”Published on 3 December 2015 | EventsDate : Monday 14th December 2015Timetable : 9 am to 5 pmPlace : Palais du LuxembourgOn 14th December, Première Urgence Internationale will participate in a meeting at the French Senate,...