Refugees - Nepal

5 September 2014

To illustrate the diversity of this new reality, ARTE journalists chose four different locations in Nepal, Iraq, Lebanon and Chad. In each refugee camp, a film director, a photographer, a writer and a cartoonist were given free rein to describe their experiences. Their work is being shown on television Saturdays in ARTE Reportage and on the ARTE Info website – each time taking you to a new destination from September through December.

"Let my people go", by Régis Wargnier

The destiny of Dhan, his wife Wangchuk and their daughters Shreejana and Sandhiya, a Bhutanese refugee family that has decided to emigrate to the United States. 

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Through the eyes of Martin Middlebrook

Discover the photographic narrative of the five days the British photographer spent at Beldangi refugee camp in Nepal.

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The drawings of Nicolas Wild

Discover his graphic story about his encounters at Beldangi refugee camp in Nepal as well as an interview about his experiences below.

Refugees - An in-depth look at camps