You have the unique opportunity to see the world through the eyes of some of our talented and perceptive students!
UBC’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs is hosting a thought-provoking exhibit on the themes of identity and belonging through the lenses of Muslim young women displaced by civil war.
This exhibit features the photography of former and current Byrne Creek students (many of them our wonderful library monitors!):
Fatuma Abdile Hassan, Bana Alshayib, Joud Alshayib, Sana Alzaza, Rama Fakoure, Lava Mohamad, Slava Mohamad, Haifa Mohammad, Havi Mohammad, Ghinbar Weldehaimanot and Sabrina Zikria.
A presentation and Q&A will be held on Friday December 7 between 5:30 – 8:00 pm and the exhibit is on display from November 12- January 4.
PhotoVoice is a process for social change where a specific group uses photography to document their shared experiences; enhancing community and engaging dialogue with the greater community.