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Nowhere to Call Home
An outdoor projection and online audio experience exploring the human issues around climate change and forced migration. Photographic and filmed portraits of climate refugees from Bangladesh and Sami people from the Arctic, whose way of life is threatened by climate change, have been captured by the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), with their own stories told as audio dramatisations by playwright Ursula Rani Sarma. During the day you can see the photographs and hear the stories by visiting the Lyttelton Ground Floor Foyer in the National Theatre.
Archive :: production:T1192915033, performance:S1751711928, venue:V374
Climate Change and Forced Migration
This event takes place in Lyttelton Ground Floor Foyer - projected on the fly tower
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