＊配布資料２：UNHCR, the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness and the Social Research Institute of Chulalongkorn University.“Researching and Understanding Statelessness in Southeast Asia:The Role of Academic Research and Education.” Bangkok, 25-26 September 2019
Shosuke Kalinina has visited the border region of Burma and Bangladesh many times as a freelance photographer and at this exhibition we will be displaying photos taken in 2014 and in 2016 (published in 2017 and 2018 respectively), both inside and in the surrounding areas of the Kutupalong refugee camp. His publications include 「クトゥパロンの涙―難民キャンプで生き抜くロヒンギャ民族―」[Tears of Kutupalong: Rohingya People Enduring Life in a Refugee Camp] (2018) and 「ナフ川の向こうに―バングラデシュで生き抜くロヒンギャ民族―」[Beyond the Naf River: Rohingya People Surviving in Bangladesh] (2017).
Katsuya Shimbata has been visiting Rakhine State as a documentary photographer in recent years. He has taken photos of Rohingya living inside Burma in Rakhine state in 2016 and has also visited the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh in 2017. At this exhibition we are displaying works taken in Kutupalong refugee camp, and those taken in a camp inside Burma for internally displaced people (IDPs).
He received an Award of Excellence for his work displayed at the Japan Myanmar Photo Exhibition at the 2019 Myanmar Festival in Tokyo.