Hans Durrer

born in 1953 in Grabs, Switzerland, graduated in Law from the University of Basel and obtained an MA in Journalism Studies from the University of Wales in Cardiff. Worked in publishing, as delegate of the International Committee of the Red Cross, in Public Relations, as librarian and as English teacher.


Am Beispiel des berühmten Kriegsfotografen James Nachtwey geht Hans Durrer der Frage nach, inwieweit Kriegsfotografie moralisch vertretbar ist.