Photographers try to humanize life in Jordan refugee camp.

Photo Credit: Stanley Greene/NOOR

From an aerial view the Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan looks like a prison camp, totally dehumanized.

That's according to documentary photographer Nina Berman.

Ms Berman, along with four photographers from a Dutch photography collective, documented daily life in the camp which is run by the United Nations.

It's now the 2nd largest refugee camp in the world accommodating almost 100,000 people who have fled the ongoing conflict in Syria.

Basma Baghall spoke with Ms Berman at the unveiling of her team's photo exhibit, at the UN in New York, and asked her to describe her experience.

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