Refugees are talked about, judged, imprisoned, abused (to their face, in racist gatherings, in the hoards of naive and nasty social media comments) but rarely heard from. They have the most to tell about their experiences and migration policy. Their opinions and dreamings about life, politics, and humanity are important. Here, thanks to The Refugee Art Project, is some of the artwork by one refugee, Mahmoud Salameh, who was cruely locked up for 17 months by the Australian government.
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