A photo exhibition from the International Criminal Court explores what is lost when one is displaced by conflict, what it means to lose a home, an identity, and one's roots, and to build a new home and new life for generations to come.
Thousands of people were displaced or affected by the 2008 conflict in the Republic of Georgia.
“Life after Conflict: Stories as told to ICC Outreach by survivors of the world's worst crimes” marks the 20th anniversary of the International Criminal Court on 1 July 2022.
The exhibition was mounted at UN Headquarters during the month of July, and will travel next to Europe. Find out more here.