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  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234416.jpg
    Linda Ervine, a Protestant, founded the Turas Association in East Belfast, which offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant audience in the heart of the British Quarter.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234417.jpg
    Linda Ervine, a Protestant, founded the Turas Association in East Belfast, which offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant audience in the heart of the British Quarter.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234418.jpg
    In East Belfast, a predominantly Protestant city, the Turas Association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant audience.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234419.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234420.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234421.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234422.jpg
    Gaelic learning board. In East Belfast, a predominantly Protestant area, the Turas Association offers Gaelic language courses and training programs to a British Protestant audience.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234423.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234424.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234425.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234426.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234427.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234428.jpg
    Colour chart in Gaelic language. In East Belfast, with a Protestant majority, the Turas Association offers courses and training programs in Gaelic language to a Bretanic Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234429.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public. On the right, its founder, Linda Ervine, a British Protestant who fell in love with Gaelic.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234430.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public. On the right, its founder, Linda Ervine, a British Protestant who fell in love with Gaelic.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234431.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234432.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234433.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234434.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234435.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234436.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234437.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234438.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234439.jpg
    Mask of the Irish St. Patrick's Day parade with inscriptions in Gaelic. In the predominantly Protestant east of Belfast, the Turas Association offers Gaelic language courses and training programmes to a British Protestant audience.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234182.jpg
    Young ex-combatants read in the small school library. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234183.jpg
    Two young people are playing with bones. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234184.jpg
    A group of young people are playing marbles. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234185.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234186.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234187.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234188.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234189.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234190.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234191.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234192.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234193.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234194.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234195.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234196.jpg
    The young people listen to a teacher who gives them a lesson on self-confidence. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234197.jpg
    This youngster was shot and wounded. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234198.jpg
    This youngster was shot and wounded. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234199.jpg
    120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234205.jpg
    This young Syrian has been trained to become a killer. Trained by adults, he beheaded a kfar when he was only 13 years old. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234209.jpg
    a young fighter from Trinidad and Tobago 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234210.jpg
    a young fighter from Trinidad and Tobago 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234211.jpg
    This 16-year-old Syrian boy was trained to become a Kamikaze. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234212.jpg
    H *. Originally from Reynerie, a district of Toulouse, he was forcibly taken away by his family. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234213.jpg
    H *. Originally from Reynerie, a district of Toulouse, he was forcibly taken away by his family. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234214.jpg
    H *. Originally from Reynerie, a district of Toulouse, he was forcibly taken away by his family. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234215.jpg
    A 14-year-old French boy from Paris. His father told him they were going on vacation to Turkey. They ended up in Raqqa, where he was locked up for a year, at odds with his father. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234216.jpg
    A 14-year-old French boy from Paris. His father told him they were going on vacation to Turkey. They ended up in Raqqa, where he was locked up for a year, at odds with his father. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • Syria - Rojava - The school for the deradicalization of lion cubs in the Caliphate.
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0234217.jpg
    A 14-year-old French boy from Paris. His father told him they were going on vacation to Turkey. They ended up in Raqqa, where he was locked up for a year, at odds with his father. 120 children of the Islamic State are re-educated by the Kurdish forces. They are all between 12 and 18 years old. 15 different nationalities, including 2 French.
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231146.jpg
    In the Judean desert, a Bedouin woman arrives at the mobile clinic of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem in the West Bank. The clinic offers free gynaecological consultations. She had walked several kilometres for check-ups after giving birth a few months earlier.
    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231147.jpg
    The mobile clinic of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem in the West Bank offers free gynaecological consultations. Four times a week, it travels through the Judean desert to meet the Bedouin populations.
    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231148.jpg
    Women wait before being received by the staff of the mobile clinic at Sainte-Famille Hospital. A gynaecologist and a nurse travel several times a week on the roads of the Judean desert to provide free health care to the Bedouin population.

    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231149.jpg
    Women wait before being received by the staff of the mobile clinic at Sainte-Famille Hospital. A gynaecologist and a nurse travel several times a week on the roads of the Judean desert to provide free health care to the Bedouin population.
    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231150.jpg
    The mobile clinic team prepares before receiving the first patients of the day. Typically, the team includes gynecologists, pediatricians and nurses.
    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231151.jpg
    A woman arrives from her village to the mobile clinic at the Sainte-Famille Hospital. A gynaecologist, a paediatrician and a nurse travel several times a week on the roads of the Judean desert to give free care to the Bedouin population.
    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231152.jpg
    The majority of Bedouin women and women living in remote areas do not have the opportunity to travel to Bethlehem to receive the necessary care during pregnancy. The mobile clinic allows them to have a quality and regular follow-up.


    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
  • The mobile maternity clinic of the Sainte-Famille hospital, Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231153.jpg
    The women feel confident with the mobile clinic staff, whom they know very well. Proof of this trust is that the women come alone or only accompanied by their children, while some of the doctors are men.


    The mobile clinic of the maternity of the Holy Family hospital goes to meet the Bedouin populations of the Judean desert
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