Changing the narrative on migrants in cities

Refugee, migrant and Greek teenagers performing the play “The Journey” at the National Theatre of Greece. This photo is part of “Migrants in Cities”, a UN Habitat/ UNICEF exhibition.
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Refugee, migrant and Greek teenagers performing the play “The Journey” at the National Theatre of Greece. This photo is part of “Migrants in Cities”, a UN Habitat/ UNICEF exhibition.
Yanmei Lee, business owner and stuntwoman, migrated to South Africa 30 years ago.
UN-Habitat/Stephanie Loose
Nyamdulam and her family moved from rural Mongolia to the capital Ulaanbaatar, when they could no longer make a living as herders
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Luvia is a transgender woman living in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Daniela Spina
Lumads, a people indigenous to the Philippines, housed at the University of the Philippines in Quezon City, after being forced off their ancestral lands
B.R. Villacruel
Teddy, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, migrated to South Africa many years ago, and works at a restaurant in Hout Bay,
UN-Habitat/Stephanie Loose
Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo forced Marisa to migrate to Koboko in northern Uganda, where she sells home-made produce in the market
UN-Habitat/Stephanie Loose