Peace, The Universal Language is a Photography Art Project promoting peace and harmony in the age of war and terror. The project intends to show that no matter what language we may use, peace is the universal language that all of us aim to speak and enact.
This project is by Mohammed Yassin, a refugee from Iraq who has lived in Iraq, Iran and Syria before arriving in Australia in 2003. He is currently doing his PhD in cancer research at the University of Melbourne and the Peter MacCallum Cancer centre. He also serves as a member of the Whittlesea Multicultural Communities Council and the Whittlesea Council External Reference Group amongst other roles.
His previous work includes directing and producing two short films about racism, youth and refugees, photography art project titled “Focus” on eliminating violence against women”.
Tuesday 26 June, 6-7PM
Hume Global Learning Centre
1093 Pascoe Vale Rd, Broadmeadows
Peace, The Universal Language is a part of Emerge In The North 2018.