The life experiences that divide them would seem almost insurmountable: the Syrian torn from his community by war, the pensioner in a small English town, the recently deported migrant, the family uprooted by climate change.
Yet they are often in search of the same thing: a sense of home.
That powerful desire looms large on the world stage, especially as society’s conventional markers vanish. When disrupted by violence, record migration, job loss, or changing demographics, the consequences ripple widely.
Many of them are harsh. But a more constructive influence is at work, as well. That hope and vision is the focus of Finding ‘Home.’