Where children sleep

A child’s bedroom is their sanctuary. But what if that bedroom was like an army bunker, rebel headquarters, or toy shop? Or in a cage, a hut, or on an old lounge? 

‘Where Children Sleep’, by James Mollison, tells the stories of children from around the world, and encouraging children of 9-13 years of age to think about the lives of children all over the world, and provokes adult audience to consider children’s rights.

All photos in the gallery below are taken by James Mollison.

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