I Am Alive. Ten Children, Ten Wars, Ten Decades – and a Baby" shows the stories of ten people who during their childhood survived a war in the last 100 years and received help from Save the Children. In addition, it features a Rohingya baby girl recently born at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh. Despite its uncertain future, it is a symbol of hope for the children of today and of the future. Photographed by Dominic Nahr, these 11 stories provide moving first-hand testimonies of what it means for children to experience the horrors of war and showcase the role of humanitarian organisations to alleviate their suffering. Opening on Thursday 23 June at 1:00p.m.