One Day I Will – stunning photographic exhibition to mark 75 years of UDHR

We’re absolutely thrilled to be hosting this amazing photographic exhibition by French photographer Vincent Tremeau at the Isle of Man Airport as part of our work in marking the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Vincent’s fantastic portraits feature children from conflict zones and other troubled areas as they imagine what they want to be when they grew up. Using items they had to hand as props, many chose the jobs they were most familiar with – soldiers, teachers, nurses and doctors – but some had great aspirations to work in roles they had never seen in action such as sailors, pilots and even President!

For Vincent, the photos are “a dialogue with the future, an invitation to all of us to consider the role we play in shaping a world where every child can achieve their dreams, irrespective of their current circumstances.”

Exhibiting this project in the Isle of Man, he says, “presents a unique opportunity to bridge continents and cultures, sparking conversations about the resilience of the human spirit, the importance of education, and the enduring power of hope.”

The photo exhibition is on the first floor of the airport and will be on show until the end of April. It is one of a number of activities to mark Human Rights 75 and is upported by the Isle of Man Government’s International Development Education and Awareness Raising grant.

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