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Kate Jarman 8h
Jesus they are YOUNG CHILDREN. They are cold and terrified and desperate and in need of compassion and care.
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SPEAK Aug 3
Since January, we have been able to help 500 with the integration process.
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Philomena Murray Jul 31
As I move into retirement today, I treasure wonderful friendships, colleagues, terrific students & engagement in what John Lewis called ‘good trouble’ for with . I am honoured to be honorary Professor at . Thank you for farewell event!
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Aqli Farah Aug 3
in sahel region are the evidence of climate change, we need to support the vulnerable Group of climate change particularly Elders, women and children in sahel region. Solidarity with
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Patricia Rutherford Aug 2
Seven years is too long & now wants power to remove mobile phones as well. End the abuse of . Federal government insists bid to confiscate mobile phones in immigration detention is not a 'blanket ban' via
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LynleyTheDuke ⚜️🇩🇪 Aug 1
1/ Know what really p*sses me? The US once where a big MeltingPotOfNations-success story. Every white US-American has a family history of . EVERY ONE. In WWII brilliant men and women sought shelter from the Nazis. Scientists, artists, painters, actors, writers.
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Refugees Update Aug 4
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is a global organization dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights and building a better future for refugees, forcibly displaced communities and stateless people. the refugees needs help in this pandemic ...
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Ali Zafer SAĞIROĞLU Aug 4
Four dissimilar camp scenes from four countries. Guess which one from where?
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Refugees Update Jul 30
As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads through Latin America, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is warning that many displaced indigenous communities are now dangerously exposed and at risk.
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UNHCR Rwanda Jul 29
“When I think of what I had endured in Libya, compared to my life here now, it's a difference of sky and land. Thank you for this life-saving work”-Fikir, 18. Thank you France 🇫🇷 for donating US$ 174,068 to help UNHCR continue to assist like Fikir in ETM to regain hope
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Europe Must Act Aug 5
Today, our thoughts are with those killed and injured in , Lebanon. A country housing more per capita (153 per 1,000 in 2019) than any country in the world. We are in solidarity with the people of Lebanon and all those who live there.
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Oasis Cardiff Aug 3
Today is the day that we gradually open our doors again, and we have missed our huge family SO much. Although it's at a distance, seeing everyone come back together to eat and socialise has definitely put a smile on all of our faces.😊
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Refugees Update 5h
works to protect and assist everywhere. We strive to ensure that everyone has the right to seek and find safe refuge in another State, with the option to eventually return home, integrate or resettle
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Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS)/USA 16h
From writing letters to to contacting your representatives, there are no shortage of ways to get involved. Learn more about what you can do to become an advocate today!
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Road to Roundwood Aug 4
Some of the members of our group. We are working hard to help a displaced family fleeing conflict to settle into our beautiful village
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UOSSM Canada Aug 4
This past weekend UOSSM distributed adahy in Jordan to refugees, and nutritious food baskets in Syria, to families in need. We hope to continue to provide medical relief to all affected by crisis. Together, we are saving lives and building hope. ❤
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Outdoors For You Aug 1
What a beautiful day! We organised fantastic day out for a few lovely guys from the 'Kurdish Community Organisation, Zagros' and we were very lucky with the weather. 'Outdoors For You' are proud to help organisations that provide help and support to and .
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Selami Haktan (Eng) Jul 29
126 refugees who were pushed into the Turkish waters by the Greek Navy were rescued. The number of innocents drowned due to Greece’s recklessness will never be known.
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Palestinian Return Centre Aug 5
At least 107 Palestinian refugees have been infected with the novel coronavirus abroad and two others have been pronounced dead, reported the Palestinian Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ministry on Wednesday.
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Byron Innit Aug 2
Just a reminder. If you vote for Trump, you kill refugees. End of. 🤍🇺🇸
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