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This summer, as London welcomes visitors from around the globe for the 2012 Olympics, the Jewish Museum tells the stories of refugees who have come to London in very different circumstances – to flee from situations where their lives were in danger.
Photograph by Ian Lillicrapp ©Jewish Museum London
The exhibition shows evocative photographic portraits of the refugees in their London homes and objects that have special meaning for them. Further refugee stories are explored in a film and animation.
In partnership with Kingston University London and the Refugee Council
For the exhibition we have been extremely lucky to have had the support of three Student Ambassadors from Kingston University London. Find out more about their own stories here
Enter our NEW Flickr photography competition for children and young people!
Be inspired by our new special exhibition World City: Refugee Stories and submit a photograph to our Flickr group responding to the themes of the show and show us what home means to you.
This exhibition will be accompanied by an exciting and wide-ranging programme of events at the Jewish Museum, in Camden Town, including practical workshops, talks and family activities.