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Master's students design a kit for schools to raise awareness of the plight of refugees

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Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria


Students of the Master Degree in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces at Elisava have designed a kit for schools to raise awareness among children about the situation of refugees.

The initiative, promoted by the collective Now You See Me Moria with the support of La Casa Encendida in Madrid, consists of a kit for children to carry out missions related to the project with two purposes. 

In the first pilot test, the kit will be distributed in 20 schools in Madrid and 1 in Barcelona. The medium-term objective is to consolidate this kit as a standard format to be sent to schools all over Europe.

Urgent changes in European immigration policy

Now You See Me Moria is an initiative created in 2020 by Noemí, a photographer and editor based in Amsterdam, together with Amir from Afghanistan; Qutaeba from Syria; Ali and Mustafa from Afghanistan, all of the refugees living in the Moria Camp in Lesbos, with the aim of giving visibility to the situation of refugees and calling for urgent changes in European immigration policy.

During its first year of existence, the project has been joined by graphic designers such as Raoul Gottschling and Christian Knöpfel, street artists, political science students and many others. It currently has more than 37,000 followers on social networks and is having a great impact at European level through citizen participation, multiple exhibitions and presence at photography festivals.
 

Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria
Now You See Me Moria


Credits

The work team of the Master's Degree in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces:

Project Directors: Toni Montes, Roger Paez

Tutors: Merche Alcalá, Toni Montes

Students: Agustina Angelini, Chloe Rood, Dasstan Bissen, Elsa Pacheco, Gala Knoph, Giulia Tufariello, Irini Vazanellis, John Gillen, Julia Llorens, Liana Kalaitzoglou, Malak Ghemraoui, Momen Nabil, Sasha Zaitceva

Students who developed this proposal: Malak Ghamraoui, Giulia Tufarielo