Tag: Refugee

Ahmad, Londoner #214 A Syrian refugee who hosts an Aleppo supper club

Ahmad, Londoner #214 A Syrian refugee who hosts an Aleppo supper club

I am from Aleppo, the oldest inhabited city in the world and I feel proud about that. When I’m cooking I feel very happy because I know that I’m not just cooking, I’m doing a lot of things,…

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Teen Refugees Show Us What True Friendship Looks Like | Kid President Travel Show Ep 4

Teen Refugees Show Us What True Friendship Looks Like | Kid President Travel Show Ep 4
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Deporting Hope: The Syrian Refugee Struggle in Turkey

Deporting Hope: The Syrian Refugee Struggle in Turkey

We’ve suffered a lot here, but there’s still war in Syria. The government for the first time has realised that oh, okay, people are unhappy. What safety, if we don’t have bread to eat, what safety? They should…

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Stop Saudi Money, Not Syrian Refugees

Stop Saudi Money, Not Syrian Refugees

Well Friday was awful. I have a lot of friends in Paris, and it it was a pretty sickening thing to watch. But as I’ve mentioned before, we don’t really do emotion here, So let’s focus on the…

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What is the difference between a refugee and an asylum seeker?

What is the difference between a refugee and an asylum seeker?

A refugee is somebody who fits the definition of a refugee. So somebody who has left their country who fears being persecuted for one of the five reasons that is in the refugee convention if they were returned…

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The Walking Refugee – Hungary Edition

The Walking Refugee – Hungary Edition
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BELGIUM AND ITS IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEES PROBLEM//WHAT IS GOING ON IN EUROPE//

BELGIUM AND ITS IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEES PROBLEM//WHAT IS GOING ON IN EUROPE//

it’s raining heavy here in India and while I’m busy doing this let’s just say things in Belgium does not look that good Sharia is Islam to be clear there is no difference between Islam and Sharia it’s…

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Students “Walk a Mile” in someone else’s shoes during refugee simulation

Students “Walk a Mile” in someone else’s shoes during refugee simulation
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Refugee Hub + Peace by Chocolate

Refugee Hub + Peace by Chocolate

[Jennifer Bond speaking in the Shaw Centre] My name is Jennifer Bond, I’m an associate professor at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law and I have the privilege of leading the University of Ottawa Refugee Hub. [Stack…

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The many challenges of providing care in the world’s third-largest refugee settlement.

The many challenges of providing care in the world’s third-largest refugee settlement.

As Tanzania Red Cross in Nyarugusu camp the main objective is to provide health services to the refugees and the host communities surrounding the camp. Per day in this main hospital we see 200-300 patients. But in all…

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