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Orna Young Aug 23
“Despair is the fuel for conflict” - Sen. George J Mitchell
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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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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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ExternHomelessSupprt Aug 24
UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi on the ‘two faces’ of his role: a mandate for Protection and Solutions, and the challenge of doing this in a situation where peace is rarely reached -‘displaced persons must be part of the conversation’
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Rebecca Irwin Aug 23
Inspirational address from Senator George J. Mitchell at : Conflict is created and sustained by human beings, it is also ended by them
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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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Victoria Graf Aug 23
Sen. George Mitchell asks for prayers for Hume and honors the leaders who brought peace to Northern Ireland
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Allison Aylward Aug 23
“The FARC agreed to stand up on the stage [of justice] b/c they weren’t alone. State agents also had to go up on stage.” Sergio Jaramillo. Yes, and this should continue. State agents must be held accountable alongside all actors in the cobflict.
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Jack O'Dwyer-Henry Aug 23
Fascinating listening to Sergio Jaramillo Caro, now the Colombian Ambassador to Belgium and the EU, who led the secret negotiations between the Santos government and the FARC.
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Karishma Kusurkar Aug 24
Day 2 of discussing the refugee crisis
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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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Alina Utrata Aug 23
Replying to @alinautrata
Ahern: I think Brexit is the worst decision the United Kingdom has ever made in its history. But it's a democratic decision. Hopefully Theresa May will get her way. Which is that leaving the European Union means staying in it.
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Jill Aug 23
Inspiring words from Senator George J. Mitchell reminding us that N.Ireland is unrecognisable today and how speaking to survivors of the Omagh bombing gave him hope, determination and resolve to building peace here. Words deserving of a standing ovation 👏
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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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Neal Halforty Aug 24
How are we meant to tell poor countries to take more refugees, when rich countries are closing their doors and pushing back with toxic language. Filippo Grandi
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ExternHomelessSupprt Aug 24
With 113 people displaced every minute worldwide, we need to focus on the impact of this displacement on the individual, rather than the challenges presented legally, politically, institutionally or organisationally
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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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US Consulate Belfast Aug 23
Congratulations to & for their delivery of Sen. George Mitchell opening by acknowledging the contribution of NI’s leaders & unsung heroes for the region’s progress.
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Karishma Kusurkar Aug 24
Panel discussion --- Education is a vital part of helping refugees integrate, continue their lives and build their futures
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Cathal O'Hagan Aug 23
Does anyone else find it disgusting how Bertie Ahern swans around the world stage discussing peace while his economic policies and corruption led to so much hurt and hopelessness to so many
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