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Syria's Lost Generation

Since the outbreak of civil war in Syria in March 2011, more than two million Syrians have fled their homes. More than half of them are children under the age of 18. Syria’s Lost Generation is a short documentary that provides an intensely personal account of two Syrian teenagers living unsettled lives as refugees.

As the conflict drags on, children have been streaming across Syria’s borders to escape the violence in their homeland. This generation of children is being shaped not only by violence and displacement but also by an absence of prospects for their future.

Since the outbreak of civil war in Syria in March 2011, more than four million Syrians have fled their homes. More than half of them are children under the age of 18. Syria’s Lost Generation is a short documentary that provides an intensely personal account of two Syrian teenagers living unsettled lives as refugees.

As the conflict drags on, children have been streaming across Syria’s borders to escape the violence in their homeland. This generation of children is being shaped not only by violence and displacement but also by an absence of prospects for their future.

Talking Eyes Media and photojournalist Ed Kashi have collaborated with the International Medical Corps to illustrate the chaotic effects of the war on Syria’s refugee youth population.

Running Time: 15 Minutes
Release Date: 2014

2014 PDN Publisher’s Choice Award

Ed Kashi and Julie Winokur are recognized for exceptional and noteworthy work. 

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