Bandes Dessinées

Goings-on in Lebanon

Goings-on in Lebanon

Lisa Mandel has spent her last months documenting the camps in Calais, France. She is now in Lebanon, and tries to figure out how Syrian refugees are living in the informal settlements in Lebanon. While wandering with SI teams in the field, she makes intense, joyful and generous encounters.


Where there is life, there is love

Where there is life, there is love

"We arrived here and had to built everything on our own"
"The priority is to educate our children"
"During my free time, I like to watch Bollywood series"
"We have celebrated a lot of wedding this year in the camp!"
Lena Merhej tells us about life, and how it goes on under the tents through the eyes of Abu Khaled, Fawzia or Najwa.


Aassoun Tower

Aassoun Tower

In Northern Lebanon, Aassoun Tower overlook the mountain. 58 refugee families have been living in this tower for 4 years, for the better and the worst. Kamal Hakim has met them. Between the stepmother stories, the water related issues and the clairvoyance sessions, Kamal tells us about their daily life.




The Visitor in Exile

The Visitor in Exile

Enter Tripoli city through Nour Fakhoury's graphic novel. Nour invites us to follow her through the narrow streets of Tripoli's neighborhood and to meet the families that shared their stories with her!


Our Life in a Tent

Our Life in a Tent

Diala Brisly tells a fictional story based on all the testimonies she had gathered in her field visit. She tells the story of Najm, his wife Hajer and his two children Marwan and Samar, who left Syria to find refuge in Lebanon. Everyday will become for them a constant challenge to keep their heads above the water.