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2019, eVideo , 1 online resource (streaming video file) (51 minutes):
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Summary/Review: Syria: Seven years. Six million displaced people. The biggest humanitarian emergency of our time. The Syrian refugee crisis remains at the forefront o more...
Summary/Review: Syria: Seven years. Six million displaced people. The biggest humanitarian emergency of our time. The Syrian refugee crisis remains at the forefront of the global consciousness: as statistics, as photographs, as a bargaining chip in international politics. But inside the camps real people settle in to a life in limbo. WATAN (Homeland) explores two of the biggest refugee camps in Jordan - Zaatari and Azraq - along with neighbouring city Jerash, to paint intimate portraits of the men, women and children who have found themselves there. Through observation of daily life, WATAN builds a simple yet powerful series of interwoven stories that go beyond the statistics to find the human heart of the refugee crisis. Winner of the Feature Documentary Merit Award featured at the **Refugee Council of Australia's Refugee Week.**
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