Being a teenager in Aida camp

Bethlehem, Palestine

This serial of portraits was made during a residency in Bethlehem.

Aïda is a refugee camp founded in 1948, one of the oldest of Palestine and the most exposed to military violence.


What is the life of a teenager in one of the oldest refugee camp of Palestine?
How is it to live just by the separation wall? How violence affect these teenagers' life?

Is it different to be a boy or a girl in such a situation?


Working closely with the teenagers of the local Youth center and scout movement, interviews were conducted with the help of teenagers themselves.