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SawabCenterEN 1h
12-year-old Syrian Zain Al Rafeea stars in Nadine Labaki's latest film "Capernaum", which was awarded the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival
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shellyrobinson 29m
Giving students in a VR experience of life in a Syrian refugee camp so they can really connect with the book by .
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UNHCR Ireland 1h
“This is where the real integration happened, right here in this hotel lobby.” Wassim Al Wattar, from Syria, speaks of the project that transformed a former prison into a trendy
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UChi Pozen Center 28m
From to lawyer - we can't wait to hear the incredible story of when he visits campus on 10/22. A documentary about his journey will premiere on Sunday at 9:30pm on .
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Sociotherapy Rwanda 2h
15 weeks after his healing journey, Justin shared with us his experience: " I never thought that I could love someone who openly hated me and my family. But helped me to mend my broken relationships." Kigeme camp
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CJRU The Scope 51m
Join us on Thursday, 8PM at The Ram in the Rye (63 Gould St.) for a night of Beats & Bingo! will perform, bingo prizes will be awarded, and money will be raised to reach our goal of funding another round of Radio workshops!
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Father Brad Zamora 31m
Join me in on 10/21 as takes ’s innovative photo project on the road. Enjoy free coffee while you walk through a camp via virtual reality, enter to win a gift basket packed with Ethical Trade goodies and more.
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Miss Shuber 3h
Character Sketches for our Types of conflict: internal and external.
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Laura H Consulting 39m
Impressed that 100,000 people in Augsburg out of a population of 300,000. The mayor is talking about how important have been in helping integration.
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MetaphorIsMyBusiness 54m
Not all cheerleaders are happy. Some are as distressed as the most miserable refugee. Which are you? =?
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Alexander Pred 3h
Were offended when dogs are smuggled.... But we are then called racist when we call upon a stop for humans to stop ILLEGALLY entering our overpopulated country....
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Tabitha McDuffee 3h
More cuts, more layoffs, more vulnerability, more grief. But I have to keep trusting that God’s purpose for these difficulties in resettlement is beyond what I understand, because it’s the only thing we have left. Grief and hope can coexist.
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Qlik UK 1h
Data is not just beneficial for business, but for humanitarian causes too. Learn how the and collaboration is positively impacting the crisis
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Valentina Leila Spreafico 3h
A growing number of children have been sexually abused at Greece's biggest camp.
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Mustafa Yeneroğlu 9h
decided to deport a 6-year-old Ukrainian child whose mother was killed. There are about 30 million forcibly displaced children in the world. For the sake of humanity it is needless to say that these children must be protected.
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Cross Schools 22h
Today sixth graders used VR units to view curated video clips linked to their novel study, Refugee by Alan Gratz. The novel tracks the experience of a refugee fleeing the Holocaust, Cuba, and Syria. The videos reflected some of the experiences.
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chalk_talker 19h
Q3: Do you think Mahmoud's family will ever get on the boat? Why or why not?
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ASMLibrary 5h
Shhhh! 🤫 Don’t tell Ms. Angela that G6 was using her story corner for their today, but you know, you’re never too old for a read aloud.
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Arab News 12h
Nearly 400 were denied status by on Wednesday, months after their arrival on the resort island of Jeju triggered a populist outcry
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Sharif Jawhary 12h
Hi Mr. Marke and Immigration of Indonesia. What's the among IDC & others IDC all around in Indonesia that here's everything change & so different. Is part this not under rule of Indonesia that you release ?
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