Standing silently in solidarity for the grace of our mother, the bearer, caregiver, provider, who holds us in her cradle always forever forgiving and always giving. With dignity, the colours of on our faces are painted to honour the caretakers of our lands, who have been working in synergy with mother before a word was spoken.

A silent protest in Martin’s place, Sydney to mark respects to the tragedy that has unfolded in the Amazon.

Poverty can be transformed when we become receptive to the inner-landscape of a persons wellbeing. And then, the focus is not only about how we can provide basic human needs to support displaced people, but about how we can guide the disempowered to be empowered agents within their own communities.

Calais Refugee Camp, France & part of “Weaving Families of The World Photo Series”