HYDERABAD: The United Nations and International Photographic Council (IPC) in collaboration with Shaheed Allah Bukhsh Soomro (SABS) University of Art, Design and Heritages, Jamshoro, organised a photographic exhibition on Wednesday.

The exhibition titled “People on the Move” featured pictures selected from the UN archive and its objective was to apprise students about miseries of displaced people around the globe and supportive role of the UN.

It included pictures from Middle East, France, Hong Kong, Mexico, Iraq, Croatia, Tajikistan, Kosovo, Afgha­nis­tan, Sahara Desert, Congo, Columbia, Sudan, Somalia, Italy, Greece, Bangladesh, Canada, Pakistan and other countries.

The exhibitions were already held in Pakistan National Council of Art Islamabad, Al-Hamra Lahore, Agriculture University Faisalabad, GC University Faisalabad and Bahauddin Zakaria University Multan and now would be displayed in Peshawar, Dera Ghazi Khan, Rahimyar Khan and Abbotabad.

Published in Dawn, November 25th, 2021

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