Angola : a Journey Through Change

Angola : a Journey Through Change

L’Angola a cette particularité douteuse qu’il est ce pays du monde qui contient le plus de mines antipersonnel enfouies dans son sol. Après presque 40 ans de conflits sanglants, un accord de paix a été trouvé en 2002, et des centaines de réfugiés ont pu commencer le retour vers leur terre natale. Ceci est l’histoire des communautés qui se ré-établissent et des vies qui se reconstruisent après avoir été brisées non seulement par des décennies de conflit mais aussi par les restes de ce conflit les mines antipersonnel qui n’ont pas explosé et qui souillent le pays.

Angola has the dubious distinction of being the most heavily landmine-contaminated country in the world. After nearly 40 years of bloody conflict, a peace agreement was finally reached in 2002, and hundreds of thousands of refugees began the journey back to their homelands. This is a story of re-establishing communities and of rebuilding lives shattered not only by the decades of conflict but also by the remnants of that conflict the landmines and unexploded munitions that litter the country. The book is introduced by Heather Mills who is a patron of MAG and has campaigned vigorously on the issue of landmines. There are also texts by the renowned photojournalist Tim Page whose photographs during the Vietnam War were published worldwide ; Lou McGrath, Director of MAG ; Sean Sutton ; and Benita Ferrero-Waldner Published in association with MAG and with support from EuropeAid.

Angola : a Journey Through Change
Angola : a Journey Through Change
de Sean Sutton

Angola : a Journey Through Change, de Sean Sutton
Éditeur: Dewi Lewis Publishing
Parution: Mars 2007
Pages: 144
ISBN-13: 978-1904587439

 

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