Made by 27 young people seeking asylum alone in Ireland during a six-day Easter Camp on human rights In March organised by the Irish Refugee Council and UNICEF.
In a group open letter to government ministers following the camp the children wrote:
The children took up four separate projects at the camp relating to issues of equality, integration, education and resilience.
The results will be on display in the Twisted Pepper, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin from May 24-31.
Previously: An Irish Asylum Seeker Writes