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KlimmenVoorKakuma Aug 8
The countdown is on, 4 days to go before climbing the to the benefit of ! 👉 Traveling to France today, to the mountain I ❤️.
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Robin Stevenson Aug 7
Here are some things my friends who were refugees are doing in Canada now: -running a grocery store -raising great kids -going to college -caring for seniors -working in Covid 19 testing -advocacy work -working for government & being great friends and neighbors ❤️
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Regional Housing Programme 8h
❓Did you know that the offers different forms of housing tailored to the needs of its beneficiaries? For most-vulnerable persons in need of assistance, the RHP provides places in new homes for the elderly/disabled. (ph: Home for elderly in Glina, 🇭🇷)
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Gulwali Passarlay Aug 8
The challenges of refugees seeking protection and safety isn’t going away anytime soon unfortunately due to conflicts & injustice.Britain 🇬🇧 needs to have a hard look at its hostil environment policies.We must take responsibility, take our fair share of the burden.
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Nhial Deng Aug 7
How is life in a refugee camp during the era? Spend a day with me in to find out what my day looks like.
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Europe Must Act - London Aug 9
Refugees have the right to seek safety anywhere. Refugees have the right to seek safety anywhere. Refugees have the right to seek safety anywhere.
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UNHCR KENYA 7h
Thank you to the American people for continuing to stand in . We all send our gratitude. You are a true friend of . Cc
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KlimmenVoorKakuma 29m
Last training ride today with the Mont Ventoux in front of me ⛰️ "Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing" 👉
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UK Must Act 8m
Opinion: The UK has a moral responsibility to protect refugees crossing the channel
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Joel Sandaluk 🇨🇦⚖️ Aug 6
Being a lawyer has forced me to appreciate the many shades of grey in “black and white” issues. This boy AND his brother should be allowed to come to Canada.
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Woodbridge Quakers Aug 8
We're hearing some quite shocking anti-migrant rhetoric around the Channel crossings. Woodbridge and became a Quaker Sanctuary meeting in March. As lockdown eases, we're stepping up our work for
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Nisreen 6h
Proud to have my new profile picture taken in the , in Timișoara. A unique place that gives us the will to continue to do our best for people fleeing war and persecution. 🇷🇴 is
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Gulwali Passarlay Aug 7
No because, mostly the young man can make it to safety. The journey to protection is no joke thanks to your likes of your party and gov hostile immigration policies. Also the U.K. hasn’t welcomed or done much for children, women & families seeking aslyum.
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Sophia bibi 🗽🇺🇸🌴✈️ Aug 2
Replying to @RedHourBen
Yes Ben ! I have already made a donation and will do so this month , you have to be kind , tolerant and have a heart ♥️ Peace ✌️ and love 💕 for all ! And stay safe !
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UNHCR Central Asia Aug 6
Congratulations to another prize-winner of our Student Competition - Ozodamo Oshurbekova from who shared ideas how to support affected by Thanks to Ozodamo and other participants of our competition for standing .
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GMA Talk Aug 8
On this week's we talk to Chirimwami who's a Refugee in . He's not just a refugee but a leader who's helping in settlement with as Community Based Trainer. YouTube Full Video: 🇺🇬
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Bay Watan Aug 5
Back in March 2020, Shadi Shhadeh organized a group of Syrian refugee volunteers to shop and run errands for COVID-19 most at-risk citizens in Geneva and Lausanne, Switzerland. (repost )
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Gerard Mutabazi Amani 安哲染 Aug 8
An inspiring refugee in . As Refugee Advocate my job is not to only see how best I can support Refugees but also highlight the amazing work others are doing for around the world 🙏🏾. YouTube Full Video: 🇺🇬
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UNHCR - Careers Aug 7
Are you passionate about ? Seeking to be part of a diverse team in an office or you prefer a home-based role as a consultant? Check out our latest consultancies at
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RefugePoint Aug 8
What do Albert Einstein, Freddie Mercury, and Madeleine Albright all have in common? They were all who made a profound impact on the world. Refugees are ordinary people like you and me, living in extraordinary circumstances.
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