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2019_Venezuela_Crisis_Paddydowling 

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Resource details

Resource ID

55863

Access

Open

Downloads

2

Contributed by

Chandra Prasad

Uploading member

CI Secretariat

Region

Southern Africa

Country

Venezuela

Theme

Humanitarian response

Keywords

Conflict, Gender based violence, Hunger/Malnutrition, Refugee/displaced people

Credit

PADDY DOWLING/CARE

Copyright

PADDY DOWLING/CARE

Date Image Taken

03 July 19

Expiration date

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Orientation

Horizontal

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Style

Documentary

Subject Keywords

Adult Group

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Source

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Caption

Venezuala’s Refugees: anti-socials, delinquents & criminals?

Paddy Dowling Humanitarian Photojournalist returns to Columbia and Ecuador where Xenophobia has forced Venezuela’s most vulnerable to a life in the shadows.

Safety in numbers for ‘the walkers’. Journeying alone provides a better chance of hitching a lift from passing traffic but also increases the risk of abduction. Cartels are preying on lone walkers and enslaving them to working in the cocaine plantations to meet the high demands. Women are abducted an face years in captivity sold as sex slaves.

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