These are the photographs and writings of 12 young refugees living in London, who have been mentored by established photographers as part of the work by the charity PhotoVoice and Dost.
Their stories personalise and individualise the lives behind the labels. Through their images and words, we understand something more of London through their eyes, and of their lives as young people finding their place in a new city, far from home.
With introductions by the broadcaster George Alagiah, writer Hari Kunzru and critic Charlotte Cotton, the book shows a side of London from the point of view of some of the city's newest arrivals. The young people, aged 16-23, come from around the world, all with their own diverse experiences and backgrounds. Photographer mentors on the project include: Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Gayle Chong Kwan, Suki Dhanda, Jillian Edelstein, Jenny Matthews, Sarah Moon, and Othello de Souza Hartley.