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Afghan migrants in Paris- photos by Mathieu Pernot

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This series of photos made by Mathieu Pernot was realized in Paris, by Villemin Square where many Afghan migrants gather. Invisible, silent and anonymous, reduced to their simple forms, they sleep and hide themselves from the public gaze, with drawing from a world which no longer wants to see them. Both present and absent they remind us of the bodies found on the battlefields of a war we no longer see.

 


Forced migration online (FMO) – a world of information on human displacement

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FMO is designed for use by students, academics, practitioners, policy makers, the media, forced migrants or anyone else interested in the field of forced migration. By bringing together these useful and time-saving resources, we aim to support research and policy making in the field.

The website is run by a small team based at the Refugee Studies Centre, in the Oxford Department of International Development at the University of Oxford.

What is forced migration?

If you are new to the subject, please read our introductory guide to forced migration.

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A searchable archive of over 5,700 full-text documents, many of which are unpublished elsewhere.

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An email-based forum for information relating to refugees and internal displacement.

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Cliff Korman & The Brazilian Tinge music – ¨Migrations¨

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Disc cover of "Migrations" by Cliff Korman and The Brazilian Tinge

Cliff Korman & The Brazilian Tinge
Migrations
Planet Arts 200321 (2004)
Time: 55’10”

Musical Watercolor

Reviewed by Egídio Leitão
December 2004

An accomplished jazz pianist and highly regarded educator who trained with Roland Hanna, Kenny Barron, and Ron Carter, Cliff Korman has developed numerous projects featuring Brazilian and American musicians for more than 20 years.

Migrations is Korman’s new album and another example of his long involvement with Brazilian music and, in particular, with choro. Working with Korman in Migrations we have the Brazilian Tinge, a dream team of musicians. Featured in this album are Billy Drewes (clarinet, sax), Luis Bonilla (trombone), Rob Curto (accordion), Andy Eulau (bass), Henrique Cazes (cavaquinho), Marcello Gonçalves (7-string acoustic guitar), Vanderlei Pereira (drums), Café (percussion), Beto Cazes (percussion), Cida Moreira (voice) and a chorus comprised of Murí Costa, Jane Balzana, Eduardo Ferrer, Malu von Krüger, Eliza Lacerda and Juliana Rubim. Arranging all music and on piano we have Cliff Korman, the force behind Migrations.

The title and title tune, as well as the cover design, are inspired by the great Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado’s photo exposition by that name, for which Cliff was invited to perform. From the liner notes, Cliff explains: “‘Migrations’ tapped into underlying currents of my forcibly displaced immigrant family: uprooting, survival, and transformation. . . double identity. . . aspects of my identity as a jazz player and the ways in which that manifests itself through Brazilian music.”

http://www.cantaloupeproductions.com/musicians-and-bands/brazilian-ensembles/cliff-korman-and-ensembles/


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