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Care4Calais 8h
"This crisis is so much worse than I could have ever imagined. The amount of refugees is so much higher than I thought and the conditions they live in are much worse than I have ever seen." Megan, volunteer after a trip to where 3000 are sleeping rough.
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mehr Jun 14
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Fr Rod Bower Jun 10
So Diane Smith-Gander gets a gong even after presiding over the mistreatment of as Chair of Transfield. Disgusting! via
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Emir of Emirate 2h
Yesterday for the Step with refugees.. Long walk with a step
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Amir Raki🐝 16h
This social enterprise is teaming up with global companies to empower to create their own businesses
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helene caux 11h
+ 7000 arrived on 14 June at the border, as well as in the previous days. Regina De La Portilla speaks about the needs of the new arrivals.
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Leentje 8h
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ABC Education 3h
These resources help provoke discussion about the plight of and encourage students to consider the challenges refugees around the world face.
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Soup Bowl 21h
A Christian Response To The Refugee Crisis in Sri Lanka. A panel discussion, organised by The Soup Bowl. Entrance is by invitation and registration only. Contact the following people: Erandi Narangoda 0714233614 Ruwanthi Elwalagedara 0773505999.
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Mr.Saddam Hussein 16h
When Fled to India, Hate on Facebook Followed
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#MeWeSyria 28m
Follow-up training and preparation sessions w/ Syrian leaders of from refugee camp today. Expanding communications & storytelling skills building for healing and leadership development to 500+ in zaatari. Thanks ✊🏽🙏💪🏼
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Ne1Tweets Jun 14
RT NewcastleCC: RT NERSRefugee: We are setting something up at Newcastle City Library... pop in from now until next Thursday to discover it 😉NewcastleCC RefugeeWeek
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IOM United Kingdom Jun 14
There's a lot of misconceptions about Here's the truth. was founded in 1951 to assist in the resettlement of Europeans displaced after World War II. Today, we continue our work. 🇬🇧In the UK, nearly 75% of refugees IOM resettled were women and children.
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Kaldor Centre UNSW 2h
From 1979, the Comprehensive Plan of Action for Indochinese enabled millions of to be resettled in countries, including Australia. Kaldor Centre Principle #6.
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A Good Scent Film Jun 14
The answer to this question? Simply because to The US are Americans
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Nahid Fattahi ناهید فتاحی 4h
As we can handle and juggle multiple roles. And as we can thrive and give back to the society that accepted us if we are given the opportunity to do so. Despite not attending 7th to 11th grade, today I was able to get my graduate degree in .
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Tommaso Frattini 11h
Final round table at conference on in Reggio Calabria with , and Mimmo
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Josip Injić 🇭🇷👨🏻‍💻 11h
Was once a refugee in this very place. Really cool to be staying here again under different circumstances.
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Migrant Rescue Watch 11h
1/2 🔴 Op 14.06.19 Libyan Coast Guard ship "Fezzan" rescued 91 incl. 3 women & 1 female child. All disembarked safely @ Tripoli NB
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Compact News 17h
in June 2019! Most of the country were liberated from terror orks and meanwhile across Europe, hundreds of thousands are officially but a general amnesty allows all these people to come back without repression!!
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