Between Borders

  • Published 1 year ago
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"This short film, shot during March of 2012 in the Sahel region of Burkina Faso, shows Tuareg refugees from Mali with humanitarian staff from the UNHRC Emergency Team, as well as authorities from Burkina Faso.

The humble people and simple lives are shown in great detail as the Tuareg work with the efforts of the humanitarians during a crisis."

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