Welcome to Hawkins Gallery
Hawkins Gallery is an online art gallery with a primary focus on forced displacement. Exhibitions tell the story of the lives of refugees, internally displaced persons, and stateless persons.
The exhibition "Are You Home Yet? Plight of Rohingya Refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh" begins on June 20 in commemoration of World Refugee Day. It features curated photographs from the archives of RSG and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
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The exhibition is a collaboration between RSG and UNHCR.
This is Hawkins Gallery's inaugural exhibition.
"Rain rain go away: Monsoon rains, COVID-19 and the miserable plight of the Rohingya"
As part of the photography exhibition, an online talk was held on June 30 featuring UNHCR Senior Field/Technical Coordinator Charles Campbell, who shared about the dire circumstances of the Rohingya, humanitarian activities of UNHCR and its partners, as well as the UN Refugee Agency’s response to monsoon threats.
You may view the video recording of the talk here: Facebook / YouTube.