Australian Rafiq Copeland believes information is aid, especially in the biggest refugee camp in the world. – Words by Dan Fox for Smith Journal, Volume 10, 2014. IN THE FLAT SCRUBBY DESERT IN NORTH-EAST KENYA, MORE THAN 400,000 REFUGEES, ALMOST ALL FROM SOMALIA, LIVE IN FIVE CAMPS HUDDLED AROUND THE TOWN OF DADAAB, WHICH WAS PREVIOUSLY BARELY A SPECK ON THE MAP. IT IS NOW KENYA’S THIRD LARGEST CITY. For Australian documentary filmmaker and journalist Rafiq Copeland, Dadaab has been home… Read more »