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The School Bus Project is a team, a family - supporting our fellow human beings, working with great partners. Mobile education for refugees - it's that simple
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School Bus Project 3h
Priti, Priti please. Listen & look again at the lives lost to trafficking & to trauma. You have the power to change things for the better. We know you can ignore this. You know you can change this if you choose to. Think again.
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Safe Passage 4h
When you remove the safe routes to sanctuary, don't be surprised when more people begin to use the dangerous routes instead.
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Choose Love 21h
Please, listen to Gabby's words.
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Europe Must Act 24h
EU politicians can't seem to think beyond "deterrence" as an approach to migration. 🤔😠 camps will only increase the already abhorrent human suffering in the camps. Time for change! Time for a humane migration policy for !
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World Refugees App Aug 1
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Jeff Crisp Aug 1
Push backs Pull backs Interceptions Non-rescue Delayed assistance Disembarkation standoffs Detention at sea WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE MEDITERRANEAN?
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Action for Education Aug 1
This is Tony, our most veteran . Not only because his wide teaching experience, but because this Samos based Englishman has been with us since we open our project more than a year ago. Thanks teacher Tony for making our team more special. Apply:
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Refugee Community Kitchen Aug 1
Some beautiful jeweled rice for today's Eid bentos! A mix of pomegranate seeds, orange zest, cranberries, dried apricots, caramelised onions and fresh mint making it a feast!
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Safe Passage Jul 31
Good news from Greece. We can't let the UK Govt end family reunion or children with family in the UK will lose this vital route to safety.
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RAAH. fest #BunBabylon Jul 31
Trigger Warning - Sensitive Content Ventimiglia Credits: Story: Jasminder Kang, photos by @Daniele_cardi, video by Please note: This is a personal experience, all peoples experiences are different and so you may disagree or agree with what is said! But that is OK 🙌🏾
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Ludivine ERRAGNE Jul 30
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School Bus Project Jul 30
Click & support: This is providing light in the darkness Fabulous project 👏
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Jul 28
Syrians are the biggest refugee group in the world, and most live in only five countries in the region. Those countries have welcomed refugees despite their own economic challenges.
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UNHCR United Kingdom Jul 29
"We have come from darkness to light" Samrawit has been now resettled to Sweden. In this new UNHCR film she recounts her journey after fleeing her home in Eritrea.
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School Bus Project Jul 29
Today, in Calais. Marginalised people. Humans, treated without humanity.
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Choose Love Jul 29
Today we’re reaching out and saying “Hello” in some of the languages that make up our community. Thank you for being part of this movement that celebrates what makes us different, and embraces what we have in common. We may speak different languages, but we all .
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School Bus Project Jul 29
We are now the School of Six Hundred.... thank you. We're honoured to be joined by - members of a growing network of great towns & cities supporting This is a powerful movement speaking out to demand action and rights for refugees: spread the word!
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School Bus Project Jul 29
Join us as #600 & tell us why! Thanks to everyone lending a hand to amazing teams to keep us all going There is a fearsome friendship in the fight for refugee rights
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School Bus Project Jul 29
Thank you for supporting our work! New UK project under discussion this week - always great working with .
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School Bus Project Jul 29
Growing respect... amazing.
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