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Young students from the ULIS program* of the Collège Henri Bergson, Paris, 19th arrondissement, with Neïla Czermak Ichti.

*Localised Units for Inclusion


How can we tell the story of our loved ones through images?
By gathering photographs of family and friends, and selecting portraits amongst images of total strangers, we shared significant memories. Together, we talked about the meaning of family and each one of us came up with a more or less enlarged definition of it. We reappropriated these images by tracing and cropping them, to capture key fragments and thus revisit them. 


This publication was realised by young students from the ULIS program of the Collège Henri Bergson in the 19th arrondissement of Paris: Maxime BELKESSAM, Oscar BLOESS, Solène BOUTIGNY, Brandon BUI QUANG DA, David DABLET, Mohamed JABNOUN, Catherine KAMENI, Youssef MAHROUG, Lyroy MENDES, with artist Neïla Czermak Ichti, ULIS program coordinator Natacha Casy, AESH (learning disability support worker) Sennur Dursun, and English teacher Mr. Ecker.


Graphic design: MaxiSouk - Maxime Bersweiler & Soukvilay Cordier.

A creation carried out as part of the "Mon Journal du Monde" program.  

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