Zoya Phan attending the Vernon Dewhurst photographic exhibition, The Outsiders, about Burma and its refugees. The exhibition is held at the Crypt Gallery, St. Pancras Church until 14th September 2010. Zoya Phan is a Burmese spokesperson campaigning for human rights and democracy in her home country Burma where she has been exiled from by the military dictatorship. Zoya Phan is International Coordinator at Burma Campaign UK; & Secretary of the Karen Community Association (UK), the Burmese ethnic group that she is from. In 2009 Zoya Phan published her autobiography, Little Daughter. London 3rd September 2010
An exhibition of photographs by Vernon Dewhurst former Paris fashion photographer about Burma held at The Crypt Gallery, St. Pancras Church, Euston Road (opposite Euston Station), London NW1 2BA, until 14th September, 11 AM to 7 PM
The exhibition of photographs by Vernon Dewhurst is about Burma and the refugees and workers fleeing the country. Portraits of refugees now living in the UK with their stories. Pictures taken clandestinely in the Labour Camps of Thailand.
Zoya Phan versus the Burmese Military Junta
Location: Euston, London, UK
Photographer: Richard Keith Wolff