The Syrian civil war was never just about Syria. Five years after protests began in Syria, the country’s political future remains even more uncertain.
Current efforts towards resolving the conflict has fail miserably. In the digital age, where people swipe through dozens of images every day, can a photograph still make a difference?
The first question I pose to you all is: In the world of augmented reality and an unending stream of data, can photographs change things? Can they still stop wars? No!
The war in Syria has claimed the lives of more than a quarter of a million people. Everyone in Syria has someone who has died but the exact number of those who are gone may never be known.The only realistic way to create peace is to take it seriously. What hope is there for this tragic situation?