When Global Citizen editor Jordan Hewson visited the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan earlier this year, she was mesmerized by the artwork spread throughout the camp by Syrian artists. It was beauty sprung from a desolate environment. The image above is much more. It is a perception that covers all the human emotions from sorrow to irony to farce. Earlier this year the Canada Council for the Arts earmarked some of its funding to include art in Canada’s Syrian-refugee population, although it has yet to explain how it will work. Courtesy of huffingtonpost.com.