- Michel Grappe
- Children Under Adult Constraint
- Thanks to his experience on the field (he currently runs a mission for refugees in former Yugoslavia) this psychiatrist who specialises in childhood and teenage problems, particularly in traumas caused by war or destitution, reminds us that the mother/child relationship is of foremost importance, as is an environment in which dreams have their own place.
- Ricardo Davila Wood
- From Chernobyl to Tarará
- Since 1990 some 12,000 children from Ukraine and Bielorussia, who were exposed to nuclear radiation following the Chernobyl disaster have received medical care in a Cuban hospital: most of them are treated either for leukemia or for very serious skin diseases.
Ricardo Davila Wood, a Spanish photographer, has met some of these victims who spend several weeks or months in a hospital entirely funded by Castro's government. Under the Caribbean sun, they learn how to live again.
- Samer Mohdad
- Al Fatah's Lion Cubs
- In Lebanon, in camps under Syrian or PLO control, the soldiers of tomorrow are being trained. War orphans or the children of warriors, these boys and girls receive the same military instruction: weapons handling, guerrilla training and ideological indoctrination are some of the highlights of their education. Samer Mohdad, a Lebanese citizen living in Switzerland, shared the life of these children-soldiers: his photos were collected in a book called Les Enfants de la guerre du Liban 1985-1992 (War children ' Lebanon 1985-1992) (Musée de l'Élysée,Lausanne / Agence VU, Paris 1993).