The majority of people exiled from Sub-Saharan Africa suffer from severe psychological trauma. They have often lived through hell, the real one. That of crossing deserts and seas. Above all, that of the torture camps in Libya, Egypt or Sudan. The majority of exiled people arriving in Europe suffer from severe psychological trauma. Nightmares, depression, suicides, many experience great difficulty in living and integrating in their host country. However, these traumas are only very rarely taken care of by the official structures. In the face of this situation, Limbo, founded in 2016, has organised week-long stays which aim to repair some of the trauma, by taking care of refugees from torture camps in Egypt, Libya and Sudan. Through the practice of art therapy, community experience, and a week in a stable and soothing structure, Limbo accompanies these survivors on the path to resilience, and helps them to come back to life.
Retrouvez ici les avancées de nos actions et tous nos nouveaux projets pour l’année 2022 !
Nous avons plein de nouveaux projets pour 2022...
but to achieve them we need your help!
Ça y est, notre récit journalier du dernier séjour à Conques est publié ! Cliquez ci-dessous
pour lire les témoignages de nos bénéficiaires et le compte-rendu de nos encadrants bénévoles.
Les ateliers de médiation artistique reprennent... mais attention, l'adresse change !
RV tous les mercredis, de 10h30 à 13h, au centre culturel LE 104.
5 rue Curial - 75019 Paris
SONGS OF THE LIVING
All of the LIMBO team are proud and excited to announce the upcoming release of the documentary
✨ Songs of the Living ✨, made with the whole team during our reconstruction stays in Conques.
Our thoughts today are with those who have made this film possible, the young people of Limbo,
with whom we have written step by step created Songs of the Living, together.
Come and discover our work during an exhibition of 12 thematic displays in the Abbey of Sainte-Foy de Conques.
All summer long, a team of enthusiastic mediators will be waiting for you to talk about commitment, solidarity and humanity!
Good news! After a postponement due to the Covid during the Easter holidays, our reconstruction stays in Conques are starting again this summer... so hurry up and let us know if you are interested
or if you know a young survivor in need of support!
20 JUNE: WORLD REFUGEE DAY
On the occasion of World Refugee Day, a collective of activists
decided to cover the walls of Paris with words of people in exile.
In March 2021, our workshops will resume at the Maison Ouverte (Montreuil).
Come and join the music therapy and resilience theatre workshops!
Every Wednesday from 10am-12pm.
In their latest issue "Reprendre vie", the Primo Levi Centre
invited Limbo to write an article about our reconstruction stays in Conques.
In 2021, our communications and advocacy teams launch a newsletter on essential
news for survivors. Sign up at the bottom of the page.
Since its creation, LIMBO has divided its action into two areas: reconstruction, and raising awareness. This dual commitment is the result of our deep-rooted desire to carry out, in parallel, work on the ground directly with the survivors, through physical and psychological support during the stays we organise in Conques and in our Parisian workshops. At the same time, advocacy work to raise awareness with the authorities, as well as the general public, about a reality that few people know, and even less want to recognise: the torture camps in Libya.
LIMBO IN NUMBERS
LIMBO IN THEIR WORDS
(Photo de la page d’accueil par Olga KRAVETS)