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Newly built part of Kutupalong refugee camp hosting more than 50,000 Rohingya refugees that have arrived in Kutupalong camp alone during the past 3 months. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, February 2017

David Verberckt

verberckt.david@gmail.com +36302460392 Belgium

Topics of Focus

stateless, refugees, internally displaced, hard labour

Biography

David Verberckt is an independent reportage photographer currently living in Budapest, Hungary. He has studied photography at “le 75” in Brussels between 1990 and 1993 and afterwards pursued studies in International Development at Bioforce in France. After exhibiting his first documentary reportages in the early nineties, David has turned to the aid agencies and has spent twenty years working worldwide in humanitarian emergency and development with Médecins Sans Frontières and later the EU.

In early 2013, David left the international organizations to work as a professional photographer, full-time. His interest is to document and work close with people whose destinies are marred by social and political injustices, often living in deprived societies affected by latent or bygone conflicts.https://www.davidverberckt.com/

To contribute to the social responsibility and awareness and bring forth the changes to ameliorate the fate of the people whose life has been on the verge of existence, David aims to show the under-told stories to wider audiences.

Recently, he is working on subjects depicting and documenting statelessness of Rohingya.

David is a national of Belgium, born in 1971.

www.davidverberckt.com

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