The international humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders (MSF) takes you to the 12th edition of the fair Brasil Game Show the campaign Dante’s Refugees, a journey through the situations experienced by refugees and migrants, recreating with iconic photos an iconic illustration of the work The divine Comedyfrom the italian poet Dante Alighieri. The initiative sheds light on the suffering of 70 million people who are displaced, in search of a place where they can be safe.
Those who visit the stand, located next to the Food Court in the Expo Center Norte pavilion, can find a puzzle with the real images that illustrate the campaign. The contexts covered are ethnic conflicts, genocides, hunger, wars, epidemics and others that threaten the health and safety of millions of people: realities that no one would deserve to face. Visitors are also invited to complement a refugee’s experience through virtual reality glasses.
About Doctors Without Borders
Doctors Without Borders is an international humanitarian organization that provides health care to people affected by armed conflict, natural disasters, epidemics, malnutrition or without any access to health care. It offers assistance exclusively based on the needs of the populations served, without discrimination of race, religion or political conviction and independently of political and economic powers. It is also MSF’s mission to draw attention to the difficulties faced by the people served in its projects.