The United Nations headquarters in New York is known to be the showground of political sparring, history-making speeches and a litany of snubbed handshakes and newly-formed international friendships.
The exhibit highlights the challenges faced by young people caught in humanitarian crises. pic.twitter.com/GAkfmgPEjc— UN EXHIBITS (@unexhibitsny) August 8, 2016
(Photo courtesy: UNHCR/ UN Exhibits)
(Photo courtesy: UN Exhibits/ Stephanie Sinclair)
(Photo courtesy: UN Exhibits)
Life-scale depiction of lack of space on ships @ Ark of Return. In 1700s many slave voyages took at least 2½months. pic.twitter.com/bJM2U2aDV3— Remember Slavery (@rememberslavery) June 2, 2016