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Crisis Classroom
Taking education to people who cannot go to school. We train volunteers to empower refugees and displaced people through education.
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UN Refugee Agency Jun 15
Now more than ever, we need to stand . Please stand with us.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 16
Break a leg with much love from all of us x
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Bel Jacobs Jun 15
I had the chance to write about this amazing project for Please read about and support it here:
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Crisis Classroom Jun 16
Sleeves are rolled up in preparation for & our next trip. The crisis classroom is currently in the Balkans. When it returns a new team will head out again. Its all go! So many different ways you can be involved. Have a look! via
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DIVA Magazine Jun 15
Don't miss out on the summer this weekend 🌞🌞🌞 Join DIVA faves , , and the Side by Side family for their summer jamboree! 🥁🥁🥁
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Amjad Ali Jun 14
Ramadan is over. Eid is tmrw. Please remember to ask your students on Monday if they had a lovely Eid. And it would be great if you said Eid Mubarak to them.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 15
to all our friends celebrating today.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 15
We delivered our pitch to today. I was really nervousl! They were very kind.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 15
A lack of access to quality education compounds social inequality. It's easy and inexpensive to address. If you've got skills & like doing things a little differently we want to meet you.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 14
Thank you! It was such a pleasure to speak with you.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 14
Replying to @timminchin @tkingdot
It's never too late to learn how to self-regulate. It would be a darned sight easier if all kids & teachers learned how sooner for sure!
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PositiveNegatives Jun 14
Training from the extraordinary - who knew it would be so inspiring?! Huge thank you! We can’t wait to work with you on more learning experiences in refugee camps & preventing burnout.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 14
it was a total pleasure to meet you all. Thank you for inviting us in.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 12
And good friends eh ? Good luck with your viva, buddy! I'm in awe of your work ethic.
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Sanctuary on Sea Jun 12
Beat the ‘hostile environment’ by tucking in to delicious, vegan food at the Jollof Café at lunchtime today ⁦⁩ London Road,
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liz hibberd Jun 11
Still time to book a Refugee Awareness session in the next couple of weeks to celebrate 20 years of Refugee week and all the positive contributions refugees have made to life in the UK.
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Crisis Classroom Jun 12
Go beyond agreeing that people should be welcomed and make them FEEL welcome in the little things you can do each day. to be welcoming.
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Refugee Info Bus Jun 12
Today, the government have accepted that unaccompanied children will still be able to reunite with parents, grandparents, siblings, AND aunts and uncles in the UK after Brexit. Thanks to everybody who campaigned!
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Crisis Classroom Jun 12
I always say I hope I grow wings on the way down. The reality is closer to fashioning a parachute out of my cardigan. Perhaps a plane is a better plan altogether! :)
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Mike Armiger Jun 11
Please can we stop seperating emotions into positive and negative. We need to validate feelings and encourage curiosity not tell children that they shouldn't be feeling a certain way. All emotions serve a purpose given the right context and circumstance.
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