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applications close
May 31, 2016
This is a creative contribution where dates are flexible.
PROJECT starts
August 1, 2015
PROJECT duration
More then a week
delivery deadline
June 12, 2016
photographers needed
Available funds:
funding details
The available funding will be used for printing and exhibition expenses. This job will give you the possibility to interact with different communities around Auckland while gaining exposure via an exhibition and book.
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New Zealander Now

created on
May 4, 2016
Auckland Refugee Community Coalition
primary cause:
Community development
PPROJECT Description:

Many people from refugee backgrounds have made New Zealand their home. Their past may be in another country, but their present and future is here. This project is about those people. People who have shown extraordinary resilience in the face of adversity, emerging with determination. New Zealand benefits enormously from resettling refugees. Former refugees make our country a richer and more diverse place to live and significantly contribute to New Zealand’s prosperity. Yet when people think of refugees it’s often in negative terms – poor, helpless, weak and often as a threat. They see them as a term ‘refugee’, and forget about the people behind the word. Who are they? What are their hopes and dreams? And what do they think about this country they now call home? Many people forget that being a refugee is only a temporary classification – one stage in the journey to safety. It is not a permanent status but merely a label. The Redefine Refugee project came about through the need to peel back that label, and remove the barriers and obstacles it creates in the path to resettlement. The Auckland Refugee Community Coalition want to change the narrative, redefine the word ‘refugee’. Through the use of beautiful images by photographer Nando Azevedo and small snippets of information that provide a window into the lives of individuals, this project shows what happens after refuge has been found, the journey as a refugee has ended and the label has been dropped. This is about what happens when refugees become Kiwis.

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