Français English

Alexis Duclos Photographer

Features  puce  Portraits  puce  Collection   puce  Freelance Cameraman  puce  Corporate  puce  Underwater   puce  Fashion & Beauty   puce  Biography  puce  Contact

Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo Photo


puce  Paris

puce  Jellyfish proliferate

puce  Refugees in Ras Jedir

puce  Conflict in Gaza

puce  The Flight of the Monarch

puce  Promenade in Havana

puce  The farmers of the sea

puce  Cemetery of Hell

puce  Genocid in Darfur

puce  “Agent Orange”

puce  Child marriages

puce  Kabayan’s mummies 
                   - Page 1
                   - Page 2

puce  “The Chains of Lunatics”

puce  Collection  - Page 1
                    - Page 2

Refugees in Ras Jedir

In February of 2011, protests against the dictatorship regime of Colonel Gaddafi broke out in Libya and rapidly turned to violence. The conflict intensified and created a massive exodus of people fleeing to neighboring countries, in particular, Tunisia. By the end of March, some 360,000 people had fled Libya. These were mainly Tunisian and Egyptian migrant workers but workers from other countries as well. These images produced for the UNHRC (The United Nations Agency for Refugees) show the plight of the refugees along the border close to Libya near the town of Ras Jedir in Tunisia.


Legal Informations - Terms of use - ©Alexis Duclos - Concept and design by P.A Blanchard - Sitemap