LE MONDE N'EST PAS ROND

Artistic webzine on migration, borders, human rights

Impasse

12 kilometres east of Beirut, on a hill overlooking the Beirut-Tripoli highway, the Dbayeh refugee camp hosts mainly Christian Palestinian refugees, some descended from the original group displaced from Galilee … Continue reading

27/12/2014 · Leave a comment

“Do Fences Make Good Neighbors?”

Barriers for peace, or barriers to peace? In this sociopolitical essay, Dr. Christine Leuenberger of Cornell University examines the effects of border walls over time, with a poignant comparison of … Continue reading

18/04/2014 · Leave a comment

From tent to tent

From one tent to the next: a heart-wrenching symmetry runs through the recent history of the peoples of Palestine and Syria. War, exile, separation, yet always hope, including through self-expression. … Continue reading

04/02/2014 · 1 Comment

Marquage territorial par l’art ou idéologie coloniale

Le street art repousse les frontières de l’appropriation territoriale entre Palestine et Israël. À travers le regard de Hashem, un Palestinien vivant dans un quartier israélien d’une ville de Cisjordanie, … Continue reading

22/01/2014 · Leave a comment

Together in oblivion: Forgotten Palestinians in Beirut

32 years after the infamous massacre, the Shatila camp for Palestinian refugees still stands, albeit more impoverished and overcrowded than before, and more isolated from the modern, glitzy Beirut that … Continue reading

13/01/2014 · 1 Comment