For over a decade, the photographer Olivier Jobard, winner of the 2016 AFD (Agence France Développement) Photography Prize, has traveled in the company of migrants, the new wretched of the Earth. On dusty roads, paved with suffering and disillusion, treaded by those who have hope as their only guide, Jobard has shared the lot of Afghan, Somali, Syrian, and Kosovar refugees, fleeing war and misery, and yet united by brotherly bonds.
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