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Benjamin Sidor Aug 24
Afternoon & your royal highness !!! Just back from with even had to use her power bank to charge my phone, an incredible & compassionate journalist to say the least!!!
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Aug 24
Replying to @RefugeesChief
"When the political dust settles, what will remain in our hearts, and perhaps in history, are the countless acts of solidarity of those who receive and welcome refugees in their communities." in Belfast at
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Aug 24
Many of the pivotal experiences that shaped the history of the island of Ireland - conflict, displacement, famine and migration - feature prominently as part of today's global context" - at at
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Tara Mills Aug 23
Senator George Mitchell joins us on at 12. He says there’s no such thing as a conflict that can’t be ended. What advice does he have for a place without government for 540 days
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lyse doucet Aug 23
Good morning . Good to see you again...here for discussions on
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Aug 24
"Our experience at UNHCR has taught us how people's identities transcends borders. People are more important than borders. But it is borders that offer protection to refugees who manage to cross them." - speaks at at
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lyse doucet Aug 24
It seems I am the 12th BBC selfie for ⁦⁩ . Maybe it’s a lucky number . Good to meet in at
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UNICEF Ireland Aug 22
I am in Ireland to speak at the , a conference hosted by of Chicago and 's University Belfast to address the challenges of current global conflicts and the human impact of the M
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Clare Bailey Aug 23
What made possible 20yrs ago was hope. Time has come to end the current blame game and replace politics of fear with politics of hope. Talk truth & trust is the way forward (& tea). Agreement from the panel chaired by
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Enda Young Aug 23
The interconnected elements of a and how we measure it are an important part of our conversation going forward
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lyse doucet Aug 24
Always a pleasure to be with the great ⁦ and her father Rakan
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US Consulate Belfast Aug 23
“I am American and proud of it, but a large part of my heart will remain in Northern Ireland” Sen. George Mitchell
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Orna Young Aug 23
“Despair is the fuel for conflict” - Sen. George J Mitchell
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Paula McFetridge Aug 24
‘for women war does not end when conflict ends, it is brought home’ - we must remember ‘resilience is not inexhaustible’, for every woman who survives, many don’t
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Clare Bailey Aug 23
Peace and stability cannot be achieved if political leaders are not willing to compromise. Sen George Mitchell speaking at & urges current leaders in NI to find it now. Despair only serves to fuel conflict.
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Clare Bailey Aug 23
Sergio Jaramillo Caro, Columbian Ambassador to EU & peace talks negotiator discussing the reality of implementation if Columbia can get to agreed victim reparations what's stopping us
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Yvonne Galligan Aug 24
The amazing ⁦⁩ asking the tough questions and getting the very best from speakers on panel “policy responses to the refugee crisis” at this morning ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jamie Kennedy Aug 23
Looking forward to listening to some excellent speakers at
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Gonzalo Pons Aug 24
Donoghue: ~how countries treat refugees will reflect how serious leaders are about the sustainable development goals~
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Clare Rice Aug 23
Senator Mitchell delivering the keynote address at
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