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Reference : V-P-IL-E-04157
Date : 27/09/2022
Caption : Gaza. Interview with Palestinian artist Jihad Jarbou in front of her work entitled "365-kilometre Relapse", as part of the "Fenced Off" exhibition.
Photographer : Palm Media
Confidentiality level : public
Publication restrictions : publication without restrictions
Copyright : ICRC
Description : ICRC website article:
"Gaza's Youth: Suspended Lives, Fading Opportunities

365-kilometre Relapse - Jihad Jarbou:
This artwork represents the issue of communication in light of technological development. The world has become a network of algorithms representing people, and even in the virtual world the Palestinian space is being restricted over 365 km², the space that gathers the voices and dreams of young people who have been living under closure since day one.

Fenced Off - Contemporary visual arts exhibition:
The art displayed in this exhibition is the work of twelve young artists from the Gaza Strip who were defined by the closure of the past 15 years. Inspired by this isolation, the artists were stimulated to create art using non-traditional means to embody their reality over the past 15 years.
What you will see is an attempt to answer questions posed by an entire generation longing for freedom, love, dignity, and much more, every day."

ICRC website, article 27-09-2022:
" Gaza’s Youth: Suspended Lives, Fading Opportunities

Gaza – A new online survey conducted by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) found that 9 out of 10 young people from Gaza who took the survey believe their lives are abnormal.

Two thirds of the respondents said they are dependent on their families for income, whilst 40% reported having no hope of finding a job opportunity in the next 15 years.

Gaza’s Youth: Suspended Lives, Fading Opportunities –Survey Key Findings

Original material : slide
Resolution : 6720x4480
Orientation : landscape
Colour/B&W : colour