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One year ago, Çiya, a Syiran living in Lebanon, joined Yo Yo Ma and the as a part of our Music for Development event. Let him tell you about the difficult road he took to get there: More of Çiya's story:
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Community Sponsorship - Caritas Salford 18m
We're ! Community Sponsorship Development Worker required to engage and collaborate with parishes or community groups who are sponsoring families. Closing date 31st August
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Rachel Taylor Aug 4
Good job! Thank you for your kindness.
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serkankilic993 Aug 4
So it turns out that actually does not have a crisis at all whereas is hosting world’s largest refugee population. Amongst the many crises Europe has in 2020, it's worth noting that a refugee crisis is not one of them
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CRSUganda Aug 3
Kawambe, a living with a disability, spends a lot of time repairing her house, which has leaks and is small. will be constructing a more spacious and durable home for her family in Refugee Settlement.
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Noor Hossain Jul 28
Day #124 (?) This woman is grinding chilli to cook with for the coming Eid festival. I asked her if she will do qurbani (slaughter). She said no. She will somehow go to Bangladeshi areas, despite the controls, and beg for cow meat.
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Rebecca Butler Jul 28
- my take on his video: His wife owns the property (as he made clear) in order that it can't be used to pay compensation in his current libel trial. He's "assetless". from Britain. about the
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ELMAN MURADOV Aug 1
According to the official statistics, 1️⃣,2️⃣ million or 12,4% of the are refugees and (IDPs). Even if every 1️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ people of the 🌏 is a and , in every 8️⃣ individual lives a of and
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AURA 15m
has begun spreading around settlements, but in one of the world’s largest refugee camp complexes a worst-case scenario may have been avoided
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inTouch Aug 2
A timely reminder for Victorians - it's always OK to leave your home to escape . Help is available. For from & communities, inTouch is also available for support, 📞1800 755 988 or visit
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Miss McCann Aug 3
Earlier this year we finished the book “Refugee” as a class. My kiddos wanted to write to and let them know about the impact this book left on them. We just received a letter back from him! I am so excited to share it with my students!!
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Jesuit Refugee Service UK Aug 3
Your could be life changing to a asylum seeker. Join us for our open evening on Zoom on Tuesday 11th August to find out more about the scheme and how you can volunteer as a host:
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Bermondsey Welcomes Refugees Aug 4
From our first meeting last September, we're absolutely delighted to say that our application has been given approval in principle by the Home Office. We are another step closer to our aim of resettling a family.
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HaileyburyYouthTrust Jul 31
is excited to share its plans to install 200,000 litres of harvesting capacity in 7 and 3 in Bidi Bidi settlement. Thank you to and Office of the Prime Minister for the ongoing support!
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Stilt Aug 3
needs a humane asylum and system that honors the nation’s historic commitment to be a place of refuge, as well as ensures that those in need of humanitarian protection receive fair and efficient adjudication of their claims without sacrificing due process.
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PDJF.dk 36m
In high-traffic settings, such as water access points and markets, people are at risk of disease transmission. This is also true for overcrowded camps and prisons.
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Women's Refugee Commission Aug 2
In an article published in Conflict and Health, WRC researchers explain their findings in a study exploring impacts of against men and boys and assessing the accessibility of services for male survivors in three refugee settings:
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Corner of Love Aug 3
The remaining who are still stranded at the have been moved to a camp where is caring for them. Last night brand new were brought in for them. Here we are listening to how they felt to on real mattresses.
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Women's Refugee Commission 1h
As the pandemic has exacerbated risks for vulnerable populations globally, youth have taken action to assess/address needs in their communities. Here are just some of about a dozen refugee youth-led responses to . Read them all:
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GAGE programme Aug 4
'Every day is exhausting since began. Because my husband lost his job, we have no income...every day I bake bread so that we don't go hungry.' - Thuraya, 19-yr-old girl takes us on a visual journey of in 📷 👇
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