'It represents my hope' | Save the Children & Arsenal Foundation | Coaching for Life Photo Project

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To mark ten years since the devastating war in Syria began, and one year since the Coronavirus pandemic started, an exclusive photography project run by Save the Children and The Arsenal Foundation has documented the lives of young Syrian refugees living in Za’atari Refugee Camp.

Spearheaded by renowned photographer Pixie Levinson and Arsenal player Hector Bellerin - who is also a passionate photographer - the project donated Instax cameras to Syrian refugee children so they could tell their own story through the camera lens. The results are a poignant testimony to the resilience and creativity of children - even in the most adverse of circumstances.

The pioneering Coaching for Life programme has supported the physical and mental wellbeing of children affected by war and conflict through bespoke football sessions in the camp since 2018. But with football pitches shut and Za’atari in lockdown, the participants swapped footballs for cameras to take part in this imaginative project.

To learn more about this life-changing project, click here:

Thanks to:

Hector Bellerin | IG @ hectorbellerin
Pixie Levinson | IG @ pixielevinson
Bruno Downey | IG @ brunofski

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