Though the Nobel Peace Prize has only previously been awarded to noteworthy individuals or organizations, the astounding humanitarian acts of the Greek people this past year could potentially warrant an exception. A group of European academics and copious supporters recently called for the prize to go to the Greek citizens who responded to the hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing crisis-ridden nations with compassion and empathy.
This welcome response, however, has perhaps received less media attention than have incidents of anti-refugee protestsand violence. Photojournalist Fahrinisa, who witnessed these arrivals firsthand and documented them in a beautiful series of images, hopes to change that.
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