Comment les enfants réfugiés trouvent l’espoir dans les objets de tous les jours

11/07/2017 // guest guest populaire

The European Union (EU) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) have teamed up with children’s book illustrators from across the EU to depict the importance of everyday objects in providing hope, security and comfort to refugee children who have been uprooted from their homes and normality.

As experts on understanding and visualizing the world from a child’s point of view, these emerging European illustrators have come together to portray how seemingly mundane items mean so much more to a refugee child than we could know. From a teddy bear or a story book to a toothbrush or a pair of shoes, these objects provide something they can call their own – an escapism from reality. These items comfort the children with a familiar taste of home and give them hope and the excitement that every child deserves.

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