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James Denselow
Head of Conflict Team / Middle East Analyst / Fellow / Lived & worked in &
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Education interrupted - Ten-year-olds in Syria read like five-year-olds in developed countries, says ⁦
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James Denselow Mar 21
very proud of Advocacy & Campaigns Award - which is currently making its way to the children whose drawings won it back in Cox’s Bazar
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James Denselow Mar 21
Replying to @UKUN_NewYork
“Bent double, like old beggars under sacks”
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James Denselow Mar 21
Iraq - 40 people reportedly drown - mainly women and children who couldn't swim - in ferry sinking
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James Denselow Mar 20
Tragically sad piece from tells the human story of the ISIS attempt to weaponize children
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James Denselow Mar 20
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James Denselow Mar 19
Children flee the last bastion of ISIS through bomb & blast
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James Denselow Mar 19
New damage atlas of Syrian cities published -
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James Denselow Mar 19
Naveed lost his leg when he stepped on a mine, aged eight - "For around a year I felt and dreamt that I still had my leg" - via
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Daphnee Cook Mar 18
War photographer Andrew Quilty travelled with the charity Save the Children across Afghanistan, capturing portraits of children whose lives have been devastated by conflict in the country
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Global Development Mar 19
Foreign nationals suspected of Isis links 'not wanted' in Syrian camps
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Bond Mar 18
The winner of the Advocacy Campaign Award is for – the campaign mobilised 45,000 people to demand action from the UK government
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James Denselow Mar 18
Programmes promoting eating caterpillars, better ways to process poo and a campaign to send people cows - all shortlisted for the Awards this evening 👍🏻🔥
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James Denselow Mar 18
In 2018 it has been revealed that 155 aid workers were killed in 108 incidents across in 18 countries
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James Denselow Mar 17
8 facts after 8 years of conflict in Syria - including estimates that 10 million Syrians live in areas contaminated with explosives ⁦
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James Denselow Mar 17
Replying to @CarolineAnning
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ICRC Syria Mar 16
Replying to @ICRC_sy
Today, a significant figure of Syrians suffering from mental health conditions remain undiagnosed and untreated. Our staff in the field found depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues are usually among the conflict-affected population. (6)
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Jo Becker Mar 16
France brings back 5 children of ISIS. A good step, but action needed on thousands of other foreign children still stranded.
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James Denselow Mar 15
Eight years into the Syrian war and a majority of Syrian children are afraid of planes in the sky
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James Denselow Mar 15
Eight years of war in Syria = -Half a million dead 💀 -3m people living with permanent disabilities ♿️ -Half of the population have fled their homes 🏠 -4m Syrian children have known nothing but war ⚔️ -Nearly 3m children do not attend school 🏫 -40% of schools unusable🙍🏼‍♂️
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