About the series: Libya at the Crossroads:
Libya. Hundred thousands of ex-rebel fighters are struggling for a new life after the revolution. Majority lost their job, often in companies linked to the regime of Gaddafi. Faced with various problems, many are still grieving their parents’ loss during the war. After the revolution there might be more intellectual freedom in this oil rich country, but very few are in the position to take advantage of it. Libya’s most difficult challenge towards gaining freedom has not passed. It is here and now.
About the Photographer: Jean-Marc Caimi, b. 1966, Italy, is a French-Italian photographer and journalist, working in freelance for Redux Pictures. His photographs mostly cover humanitarian and social issues. His works are regularly awarded and published in the international press. Jean-Marc is also the didactic director of a photography course dedicated to refugees and migrants living in Rome.
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