This video had a big impact on the way I think about refugees when I watched it about a year ago while studying post-colonial African history. It shows snap-shots of the lives and pasts of some of the 25,000 Darfurian refugees living in Chad as a result of the conflict in North and West Darfur in 2003/4, through interviews with individuals. It demonstrates the way in which those often worst affected by conflict are excluded from political life and in this case the faltering peace process.

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