The objective of the Campji project is to depict the reality of refugee camps to international audiences with the aim of influencing stakeholders. This media platform gives refugee communities and their young journalists a voice while concurrently challenging preconceptions and the negative views towards refugee camps.
Campji covers the extraordinary stories of people who have been forced to live as refugees, portraying their dreams, successes, and challenges. Through this platform, refugee communities are given the chance to engage in social dialogue away from the marginalization that they have always suffered from. On a more micro level, Campji provides capacity-building and employment opportunities to young reporters and team members who cannot work in other media outlets in the country.
Moreover, Campji releases content that critically engages in numerous themes related to the camps such as racism, early marriage, education, protests and much more.
Campji is a project run by the Arab Resource Center for Popular Arts/AL-JANA Center and supported by DW Akademie and GIZ/ZFD.