IBC (WORLD THROUGH SYRIAN CHILDREN EYES) PHOTO EXHIBITION WAS ON THE FOCUS OF EURASIAN ECONOMY SUMMIT HELD IN ISTANBUL


International Blue Crescent (IBC) is running 18 schools and 16 child friendly services centers all over Turkey mainly in South Turkey where more than 16000 Syrian refugee children get education.

In this framework IBC Youth member Ece Baca went through the schools and took photos together with the Syrian children where they reflect their drama, psycology, dreams, success and hopes for the future.

The exhibition held in Gaziantep and Ankara in 2015 and recetly in Istanbul at Eurasian Economy Summit organised by Marmara Foundation between 5/6/7 April 2016 in WOW Hotel Istanbul.

More than 40 current and former presidents, prime ministers, ministers parlamentarians and experts from all over Eurasian region submitted their statements during the summit.

The second day special session about the Syrian crisis was held.

The exhibition is sponsored by UNHCR

The focus on the exhibition was great and we got different invitations to exhibit the photos in different countries as Cyprus, Qatar and Kazakhstan.

The photos will be exhibited in Wortld Humanitarian Summit to be held in May in Istanbul too



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