When it comes to children in Gaza, it doesn't matter which side you're on

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When it comes to children in Gaza, it doesn't matter which side you're on
28th October 2014

Hope in Gaza is a new project started by journalist and photographer William George. William wanted to explore and document the effect that the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine has on children in the region.

He and Saskia Marsh, a trustee at Hope and Play, explain what the project hopes to achieve, how it got started using crowdfunding and what's happening on the ground in Gaza. 

They also discuss which stories have meant the most to them and why when it comes to children, which side a person is on shouldn't make a difference. 


 

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