Category: Disaster and Accident

  • Children from Idomeni Station

    Camp for refugees on the border between Greece and Macedonia. Greece, Idomeni, 13-16.03.2016.

  • Fading memories

    Fading memories

    Scenes from the Serbo-Croatian border which are preserved in the photographs that make up this blog, have been happening only a dozen days ago. In historical terms, it is a very short period of time. The images of the sufferings of people who were forced in exile, putting their lives at stake, will forever remain […]

  • One Stop Belgrade

    Hundreds of refugees, mostly from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, arrive in Belgrade every day. The capital of Serbia is on their route to European Union countries.

  • Pursuit of Freedom, by Igor Pavićević

    They boarded the train in hope that freedom was closer then ever before on the long journey they had passed so far.

  • One stop Center

    One Stop Center Presevo, exudes in hope and dust coming from thousands of kilometers walked upon. Tired, visibly exhausted and confused people after all the troubles they’ve experienced during their quest for better life, wait in the line to be registered. They await their green light to proceed further into the unknown, holding onto belief […]

  • Face of migration

    I was staring at the men on the other side of the fence. The rain just started, and he used his simple shelter – a plastic bag he had found nearby. He made a hole in it so he can see. The view was not much. A piece of dirty dusty land, now turned into […]

  • Rewind and Remind

    Evacuation in Veliki Crljeni, near Belgrade, by Nemanja Jovanović One year ago Serbia was under water, cyclone Tamara caused floods all over the Balkans. Although the weather forecasts had been announcing a progressive increase of river-water level, authorities did not react on time.

  • Tamara Waterfront Exhibition

    KMRUG from Nemanja Jovanovic on Vimeo. Hvala svima koji su kisnuli sa nama!  

  • Cyclone Tamara part 6

    Obrenovac, a city that was most damaged in the flood. Kolubara River was fatal to the city. The damage is huge! The city and its inhabitants now faces a long and painful recovery.

  • Cyclone Tamara part 5

    Traces of the water line are everywhere: on the walls and the belongings drying outside, including an old wedding dress full of memories, but most of all on the faces of people and animals who survived the plague.