01 . Journey

01 . Journey


We travel from Serbia to the French-Italian border, to the North of England and the often-maligned French city of Calais to explore the journey undertaken by asylum seekers searching for sanctuary, as well as that of the ordinary citizens living in the towns and communities caught up in the largest mass movement of people to and across Europe since World War II.

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In this issue:

Crossing the Valley

Jelena Prtorić and Tjaša Kalkan

Since 2016, residents of the mountainous Roya Valley in southeast France have strived to assist asylum seekers crossing the border from Italy.  But not everyone in the region is happy with their decision.

The Cuban Connection

Jelena Prtorić and Julia Druelle 

Historical ties between Cuba and Serbia allow citizens of both nations to travel between them visa-free. But as entry to the United States has become more difficult for Cuban asylum seekers, some see Serbia as an increasingly viable gateway to seeking asylum in the EU.

Calais Belle Ma Ville

Julia Druelle and Rob Pinney

To many, Calais has become synonymous with some of the most controversial aspects of the current "refugee crisis". But beyond the walls, wire, and makeshift camps lies a deeper story of a city shaped by a long history of migration.

After Arrival

James Graham and Charlotte Maxwell

Having travelled across Europe to reach the UK, asylum seekers then face a second journey as they adjust to British society. It is a journey that can often be as physically and mentally challenging as the first.

Global Ireland

Jonathan Ho

Irish photographer Jonathan Ho photographed those who call Ireland home, while having a dual or shared sense of national and cultural identity. 

After the Snow

Rob Pinney

Istanbul has been through a lot in recent years. But in January 2017, as more than a foot of snow began to fall, everything came to a stop.


Julia Druelle
James Graham
Jonathan Ho
Tjaša Kalkan
Charlotte Maxwell
Rob Pinney
Jelena Prtorić


242mm x 167mm
136 pages
Printed in the UK
Edixion Offset (FSC certified)


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