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UNICEF Jun 17
“These are my house keys. I brought them with me because when we go back to Syria, I’m going to be the one who opens the door.” Rudaina, 11, still has her keys in Za’atari refugee camp, Jordan. This , and every day, stand .
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UNICEF 14h
Smiles are contagious 💙 Especially in the safety of your mother’s arms while waiting to be transferred in Lesvos, Greece. - no matter why she left home, where she comes from, where she is or how she got there.
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UNICEF 3h
No matter who you are or where you come from, education sets you free. A few months ago, around 4,000 young migrants and refugees shared with us their journeys and the opportunities they’ve found. We must support them, every step of the way.
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shannon Wiley Jun 13
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UNICEF USA Jun 17
"It was tears after tears, and I could no longer bear having that life.” Through more than two dozen personal accounts, via examines violence and misogyny that force many girls and women to leave Honduras.
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UNICEF USA 7h
Refugee and migrant children must protected on every step of their journey. Here's how UNICEF is taking action to support kids and families forced to leave their homes — and how you can help:
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UNICEF Jun 13
Not a refugee child. Not a migrant child. , no matter what.
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UNICEF 11h
“I brought this dog.” Shatha, 15, left Syria as a child. “When we had to leave, I took him with me, I was thinking he would protect me.” Shatha lives in Za’atari refugee camp, Jordan, where she learns and plays at a UNICEF-supported centre.
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UNICEF USA 12h
Gangs. Poverty. Violence. Just some of the reasons families are leaving Central America in search of a better life.
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UNICEF USA 6h
According to , "because parents in some households have deportation orders but their children might not," DHS officials fear that families could be separated in these raids. That is simply not in the best interest of anyone.
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Saige Cooke 10h
. Whether a child is in the custody of a caregiver or a government entity, their safety is absolutely critical. Please make sure there is accountability so that migrant children are protected. They need to be cared for
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UNICEF USA Jun 17
“He is not the same as he would be if we had raised him. He says absolutely nothing." Captured in heartbreaking detail by , Constantin’s story exemplifies why separation of children from their parents is cruel & counterproductive.
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Caroline Frampton 13h
We all have a duty of care...
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CRWC Toronto 14h
Today we're sharing 's time volunteering on a rescue ship in the mediterranean.
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Verena Knaus Jun 17
The latest asylum seeker ... Escaping while Mexico and Guatemala are being coerced to close their doors. Where can the Honduran and Salvadoran children escape to? Where will the women raped by gangs find justice? no matter what
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Hugh Reilly Jun 17
"When doctors told Sofia she was pregnant and explained that pregnancy meant she was going to have a baby, Sofia, in her soft, small voice, asked whether she could have a doll instead." Heartbreaking.
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UNICEF Libya 6h
Mixed Migration Steering Committee held today brought key stakeholders together. With support, UNICEF continues to advocate for all children including migrants & refugees to have access to basic services, education and health. , safety
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Bugsabee Jun 17
Replying to @cnni
Seriously! He shouldn’t be near a machete much less be using it. Children deserve their childhood. Please don’t hail him as a hero. It’s truly tragic when a childhood is lost.
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Patti Reab 3h
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18Loop Jun 14
300,000 children a year are diagnosed with pediatric cancer worldwide. Help us help them recover.
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