Christina Simons

Documentary photographer
      
THE NEW YORK TIMES: Australian Uighur ethnic group call for action on China over missing relatives
Location: Australia
Nationality: Icelandic / American
Biography: Christina Simons is an award winning international documentary photographer focused on human rights and civil liberties. Her work is driven by the exploration of sub-cultures and marginalised people, leading to exhibitions throughout Australia,... read on
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THE NEW YORK TIMES: Australian Uighur ethnic group call for action on China over missing relatives
christina simons
May 19, 2019
It was enlightening and a pleasure to learn about the Uigher community in Adelaide for this assignment for The New York Times.

 In Australia, Muslims Call for Pressure on China Over Missing Relatives
Members of the Uighur ethnic group want their adopted homeland to take action over China’s internment camps, into which many of their loved ones seem to have disappeared.
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