Belgrade, Serbia. August 14th, 2016. Afghan migrant bathes inside an abandoned warehouse in Belgrade, Serbia, where many of the asylum seekers who are arriving to Serbia in the last months are sheltered. According to the reports by UNHCR in Serbia, Europe's border closures in march 2016 have left thousands of refugees in the Balkans.

Cesar Dezfuli

cesar.dezfuli@gmail.com +34 630242906 Spain

Biography

Born in Madrid in 1991, in a context of cultural mixture given by my Spanish-Persian origins, it soon awakens on me an interest to know different social and cultural realities. This will suppose that during my training at the University Rey Juan Carlos, where I study a Double Degree in Journalism and Media Studies, I decided to specialize in the international arena, with two exchanges of studies in Poland and Argentina.

After passing through the newsrooms of daily 20minutes and El Periodico de Catalunya, my work as journalist has focused on documentary and investigative reports, mainly dealing humanitarian issues, but also international politics and anthropological research. I combine work as written journalist with photographic reports. In the last years I have specialized in the practice of photojournalism, having done a Graduate in Photojournalism at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, and several training workshops with photographers consecrated as Gervasio Sanchez, Peter Andersen, or Samuel Aranda.

My work has been published in media such as The Guardian, The Atlantic, De Groene Amsterdammer, El Mundo, El Pais, BBC, Deutsche Welle TV, The World PIR, TVE or Cadena SER.

www.cesardezfuli.com