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Katie Toppel, Ed.D. Jun 19
Who’s in for a LIVE coffee chat to discuss on Thursday afternoon? Respond on this thread and we’ll figure out a time.
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AmnestyInternational Jun 20
This , let's remind ourselves that we all have stories behind our names! We are more than just labels. Every has an individual story. See the person, not the label, because !
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World Bank Jun 20
Fardowsa, a Somali , arrived in in 2001. With her , she has been able to open a bank account, register her SIM card, and go to university.
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Neethan Shan Jun 19
I am introducing a motion to have the request the federal govt to suspend the "Safe Third Country Agreement" w/ the US, in light of all their regressive immigration & policies. Let's send a strong message from Toronto.
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Oana Brooks Jun 16
Replying to @OanaBrooks
2. I’m ashamed to say that I can’t bear to read this entire article because I cannot contain my tears. My experience was a long time ago and different in many ways,but the pain of being separated from my parents has never left me. I am and will always be a
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True Islam Jun 20
Replying to @TrueIslamUSA
Now more than ever we need to open our hearts, our doors and our borders for our brothers and sisters and treat each other as humans.
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Hassan Al Kontar Jun 20
Happy day everyone ♥️. The man at 0.59 killed it 😄✌
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Reuf Bajrovic Jun 20
I was a in Istanbul in 1992. No papers, no status. ‘Family’ threw us out to street on 15th of September 1992. We became homeless. Within a few hours the five of us were taken into a beautiful apartment in Bagdat Cd. by people whom we never met. Eternally grateful!
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Ms Gurney Jun 20
Ashfield PS recognises Refugee Week with an amazing art installation. week
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Melih Ertekin 20h
1A4: One great thing that I've seen is having students create a "welcome basket" or brochure for newcomers, including immigrant & refugee students! They can include a school map, tips to survive school, snacks, or welcome messages from new classmates.
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World Bank Jun 17
Educational support for children is needed, not only for their personal dev’t, but for the future of their home countries. What’s the best way to provide education for host ?
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Noor And Alaa Jun 17
Replying to @Noor_and_Alaa
These are camps for . They have lost their father or mother during the war. They are suffering and displaced. They are living in camps without water or electricity. They need your help don't forgot them
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Ilaria Buscaglia Jun 20
I was welcomed by as a tourist, as a student, as a researcher and now as a resident worker. Tell me, benpensanti del cazzo, how can a single African young man who has no stable job reach other than illegally through that boats pretending to be a ?!
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atiq shahid Jun 20
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Katie Toppel, Ed.D. Jun 15
Info for 12.0 is here! This blog post contains everything you need to know and I will update it weekly by adding a link to a new google doc with that week's ?s
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MPower Change Jun 20
Any day now, the Supreme Court will issue its decision on the . Let's show up for Muslim and communities & oppose Trump's White Nationalist agenda by joining:
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British Red Cross Jun 20
Gerald is more than just a . star finds how he got his big break as an actor - and why he has even bigger dreams for the future. 🎭
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People in Need Jun 20
This is the story of Hamoud from . We met him in a camp close to the border with Turkey where he told us about the last 7 years of his life...
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Kerrie Becker Jun 21
1A2) All 3 characters demonstrate awareness, maturity & responsibility far beyond their years.They are constant observers.I see these same qualities in Ss who come to us from foster care, moves after hurricanes, & other tough situations.They have grit.
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Refugees International Jun 20
The Trump Administration receives an overall failing grade for its handling of and protection. Read our report card.
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