Let’s end this week slowly but surely, even if this is an end with many unanswered questions.
– What will the ICC decide for Mugesera
– Was the organised hearing of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Human Rights good for anything?
– Will the Congolese government stop accuse Rwanda and realise that instead of working against the Rwandan government they should try to mend those broken pieces. Will both governments start taking their responsabilities and protect the ones affected by this chaos…
So I was looking for an image that could best reflect the hope and optimism I put in these two countries, and found Abdoulaye Barry’s series “Pêcheurs de nuit” (Night Fishermen) taken on Lake Chad in 2010.
“Through Photography I Want To Take My Own Share Of Responsability”*
Abdoulaye Barry is a Chadian photographer, who was born in N’Djamena in 1980
* I thought that’s a wonderful quote to end this week…