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من أمنيــة عارفيــن .يواجه 12 مليون من ذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة تحديات الحياه اليومية المعتادة اضافة الى صعوبات أخرى سواء في التنقل أو في العمل أوالتعليم وقد اعتاد الاعلام على تصوير الجانب المظلم من حياتهم و اظهارهم بشكل قد لا يكون مرضياً لهم في كثير من الأحيان, وحيث انهم ثاروا أيضاً للحصول على حقوقهم المسلوبة و على القوانين غير المفعلة. أردت أن أساهم في تغيير بعض المفاهيم الخاطئة عنهم في المجتمع من خلال تسليط الضوء على الجانب الايجابي في حياتهم حيث قدرتهم على العمل والانتاج, والتأكيد على أنهم ليسوا معاقين وانما ذوي قدرات خاصة

 
 
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Omnia Arfin 
Omnia Arfin (b. 1984) was born in Egypt, grew up in Saudi Arabia, and then emigrated to Canada—a life that has given her the chance to meet people of different cultures and religions, and encouraged her to tell stories about them, documents their lives and habits. She received a bachelor’s degree in Applied Arts majoring Graphic Design in 2007 at Helwan University, and studying now for a master’s degree. Omnia’s passion for photography since she was 16 years old, when she started to work in wedding photography studio with her aunt for three years in Saudi Arabia, then went on to do academic training in photography.In 2012, Arfin was selected for Al-Liquindoi photojournalism workshop, Contemporary Image Collective and NOOR Images, a long-term training opportunity for documentary photographers and photojournalists in Egypt. She also was selected in 2013 for World Press Photo intensive project ”Stories of Change Beyond the Arab Spring” for North African visual storytellers, which was held in Tunis and Morocco. Her work has published in The New York Times, Panorama-Mada Masr and Almasry Alyoum. In addition to exhibited and won numerous awards locally and globally as a member of "In Focus" photography club. She is currently based in Toronto, and is available for assignment.Contact - omnia.arfin@gmail.com
 
 
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