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Jesuit Refugee Service UK 11m
We invite you to accompany our refugee friends this as we walk towards Christmas with In our today, we pray for all our friends who suffer in limbo as their precious time is wasted
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Dr Marcia Vera 11h
In a year full of uncertainty, it has been really inspiring to work with a fantastic group of researchers as we try to explore & understand the impacts of on & populations in | Follow to know more about our research group!
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Dominik Bartsch Nov 26
It’s ‘all hands on deck’ as Jordan ramps up its capacity to respond to COVID 19 cases. Yesterday we shared with the Ministry of Health ⁦⁩ hundreds of CVs of qualified doctors, nurses & pharmacists. They are ready to help in this time of crisis.
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Michelle Lai Dec 1
W6's on . For the most vulnerables suffering from difficulties, they often need to go for an extra mile in order to fight for their rights to survival.
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Dr. Ruvi Ziegler 18m
My article 'Access to effective protection in South Africa : legislative commitment, policy realities, judicial rectifications?' was published in constitutional court review! Open access:
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Joan Anena Nov 25
"Not only is medical support giving us hope of securing productive & reproductive life but also has restored relationships in our homes & communities" -a participant at info session
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William Carter Nov 23
I thought you might like to see... local camel-back goat-herders moving through the Um Rakuba camp. Despite all the domestic challenges, the Sudanese authorities & communities have been generous hosts to people fleeing the Tigray conflict, even in this agricultural area
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Défense des Enfants International - Belgique 18h
🗣️"There is still a gap between the standards set by the various instruments and the reality of and ’s lived experiences." Stephanie Rap, Assistant professor in children's rights - Leiden University
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ANROWS Nov 27
Today’s resource explores best practices for working with men from backgrounds who use . Refugee communities may have experienced significant trauma & challenges around settlement: it is important to understand DFV in this context.
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Isabel Chapman Nov 26
This was an amazing piece of work, where we managed to get 100 laptops to families during the school holidays, with the support of we would love to work with more businesses to make such an impact in the community during and beyond
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William Carter Nov 26
Temporary learning spaces in Um Rakuba camp are half-completed, and should be finished in the next two days. These are simple structures from local materials, built mostly by refugees. The teachers are mobilised too, and we should all be set to start classes next week!
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Jane McAdam Dec 1
This year, the Kaldor Centre for International Law celebrates its 7th anniversary of advancing better evidence, answers & understanding to meet the challenges of . We need your help to continue. Please consider supporting our work
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Jens Hesemann Nov 27
This morning in Khartoum UNHCR received the first of eight airlifts with urgent humanitarian relief items for the influx from Ethiopia. Thanks to the for sponsoring the airlift and to other donors for the support.
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William Carter Nov 26
New office decor for our field office in Um Rakuba camp in Sudan, for people fleeing from the crisis Not the sharpest of designs, but the smile on the painter’s and onlookers’ faces as he etched letters in their native language, , was priceless
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William Carter Nov 29
Orientation sessions for our new classes in Um Rakuba camp today - school begins tomorrow! The odds are stacked against refugee and boys. We hope that in emergency settings provides them some stability and sense of safety, and a few rays of
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Jasmine Simperingham Nov 30
We fell in love over a shared nerdiness for law, live music and a desire to see and contribute to a more just world. Congratulations to my wonderful and inspiring husband, . I am bursting with pride today!
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Jo Kukuczka Nov 28
⁩ ⁦⁩ talking about getting her students to imagine their L2 future as one of the ways to help address - but cautions to be careful with this activity
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D8RefugeeCS Nov 27
Pledge update you are amazing. Thanks to you we have a fabulous new rug and brand new bunkbeds on the way. You know who you are❤️ Still in need of a new laptop, a Black Friday donation to help a family maybe?
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Regional Housing Programme Nov 30
Rebuilding lives. ▶️ In 2020, a further 2⃣0⃣ & displaced families in Kakanj, BiH 🇧🇦 were given chance to rebuild their lives, thanks to new homes from the Regional Housing Programme. ▶️The cost of the building was approx. EUR 460 000. w/
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CGIAR FTA Nov 28
In settings, significantly contributes to host and displaced populations’ food security and livelihoods. It is crucial to find solutions that can enhance wood fuel’s benefits, with less forest degradation and deforestation impacts. 🔗
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