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andreadepaoli75

image by andreadepaoli75 (@andreadepaoli75) with caption : "#LeicaM6 #film #portrait #refugees" - 1766224001287425334
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Efiong Etuk

image by Efiong Etuk (@efiongetuk) with caption : "COME, Join the Conversation
https://lifetimepersonalcompanion.info/your-invitation
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COME, Join the Conversation https://lifetimepersonalcompanion.info/your-invitation As the world thinks, so is its state of affairs. QUESTION: Is it satisfactory? #Refugees

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andreadepaoli75

image by andreadepaoli75 (@andreadepaoli75) with caption : "#LeicaM6 #film #portrait #refugees" - 1766223590388392774
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Instagram Image by Mikel Prieto (@mikelprietoproductions) with caption : "Autorretrato a través del espejo de una barbería, en el campo de refugiados de Mail Aini (Etiopía). Los lugareños flipan" at Tigray Region - 1766222777575902374

Autorretrato a través del espejo de una barbería, en el campo de refugiados de Mail Aini (Etiopía). Los lugareños flipando, claro.... @eacnur @canonespana #refugees

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Middle East Collective

Stories From Our Founder: “Yesterday I spent the afternoon with refugee women from Syria. Before meeting them, a friend who arranged the workshop told me about their journeys to Germany. . A few women had husbands who “allowed” them to make their way to Europe with one child, while the husbands sat in Turkey or Lebanon with their other children in hopes the wife would make it, so they would be able to fly with ease to Europe and reunite. One of the women was surprised to learn that in the meantime, a span of about a year, her husband had married another wife and bore a child, both of which he brought to Berlin, while she learned German and organized all the difficult preparations alone. . Another young woman had been stuck at sea with her child and many others, without food or water, but was rescued by a ship that happened to be passing by just as she thought all hope was lost. One of the older women, who made our decadent lunch, shared with me that her husband would never be able to join her; he was killed in Syria right as she made it to Berlin. . After lunch, where I was stuffed within an inch of my life, the hijabs came off. We danced together, we laughed and admired one another’s hair, we chatted about children and wedding dresses, we shared recipes, we body-mapped and participated in art therapy, we talked about their families still stuck in the war, we hugged and kissed—like women from the region tend to do. . They opened up their hearts, even though I had only known them for hours. These are the strong women of Syria: kind hearted, warm spirited, multi-talented, generous, resilient, and braver than many men in this world. . As we were painting on large canvases, they were asked to write three words which described their integration process into Germany; they are body-mapping themselves into a painted forest that represents their new home. A common word they chose was “horreya”, an Arabic word that means “freedom”. It is my hope that if the incredible women I met yesterday remain in Germany, the government and its people will truly enable them to revel in "freiheit”, so the women of Syria can plant the wealth of their own culture here and watch it grow.”

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socialdocumentarynet

Instagram Image by socialdocumentarynet (@socialdocumentarynet) with caption : "Thank you @maranierae (Maranie Rae Staab)for a powerful feature presentation last night at our monthly Documentary Matte" at Zaatari Refugee Camp - Jordan - 1766216766936325024

Thank you @maranierae (Maranie Rae Staab)for a powerful feature presentation last night at our monthly Documentary Matters event in Boston. Maranie's work from the Middle East at the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan and in the aftermath of the battle for Mosul, Iraq show her personal commitment to documenting truth and bearing witness. She also presented work about women farmers in the Democractic Republic of Congo from her SDN exhibit featured in the Women Work article in the Women's Issue of ZEKE Magazine "Women of the Congo: Farmers, Harvesters, Mothers". Read it here or subscribe to the print edition: www.zekemagazine.com/subscribe Amal, age 11, originally from Daraa, Syria in the Zaatari Refugee Camp #refugees

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Friends of Refugees

image by Friends of Refugees (@friendsofrefugees) with caption : "Meet Zil. She’s a teenager in the Growing Leaders program in the garden. She took the lead on our “backyard garden” proj" - 1766215949190248160
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Meet Zil. She’s a teenager in the Growing Leaders program in the garden. She took the lead on our “backyard garden” project and taught us how to plant tomatoes, roselle, bishop’s crown peppers and Thai basil. We will be selling these plants in the community and gifting some to the kids who attend summer camp. @jolly_ave_garden @foryouthprograms #refugees

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Quakers in Britain

image by Quakers in Britain (@britishquakers) with caption : "Our Sanctuary Everywhere Programme Manager Tatiana Garavito is in Brussels to meet with the Quaker Council for European " - 1766211242155990920
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Our Sanctuary Everywhere Programme Manager Tatiana Garavito is in Brussels to meet with the Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA). She says: "I came to visit QCEA because of their work on migration and human rights and their bold approach to racial justice. They are doing some amazing personal and organisational work to understand whiteness and racism, so I came to find ways to work together with Friends across Europe to continue to build our racial justice movement through creating Sanctuary Everywhere." . #refugees

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Josh Scheidler

Instagram Image by Josh Scheidler (@jmscheidler4) with caption : "Visited Pier 21, definitely a recommended place to visit 
#pier21 #halifax #novascotia #explorecanada #immigration #refu" at Pier 21 / Quai 21 - 1766210452553740144

Visited Pier 21, definitely a recommended place to visit #refugees

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Iván Gallardo

Instagram Image by Iván Gallardo (@_flowersandsmoke_) with caption : "- "I only want rocknroll" (Mobile pic) '18 
#mexicali #migrants #refugees #internationalpress #journalism #streetphotogr" at Mexicali, Baja California - 1766209296579500518

- "I only want rocknroll" (Mobile pic) '18 #refugees

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Cheri Jorgenson

Instagram Image by Cheri Jorgenson (@cjorg1) with caption : "I met this sweet man رمزي (Ramsey)and his shy son when we pulled up to one of our @projectamalousalam workshop sites in " at اربد - Irbid - 1766208471969230738

I met this sweet man رمزي (Ramsey)and his shy son when we pulled up to one of our @projectamalousalam workshop sites in Irbid, Jordan. He did not hide his curiosity and wore a warm smile on his face as he approached me on his wheelchair. I met his smile with one of my own and we instantly connected. Neither of us hesitated to greet each other, and he was surprised that I was able to respond to him in Arabic. Ramsey was elated when he learned I am American. He sat up taller and suddenly appeared buoyant in his chair. Ramsey told me his father and brother were killed and he was seriously injured in the leg during fighting in his town. Some of Ramsey’s family members were able to escape and managed to arrange basic medical help for him in Jordan. Ramsey now lives in Irbid. He is unable to walk. Ramsey and his family applied for refugee status through UNHCR. After years of vetting procedures and long waits, some of his family members safely arrived in the US and are beginning their lives over. Ramsey and his young son were finally granted travel to the US when Trump halted arrivals from Syria and other Muslim majority countries. Ramsey spends his days bored and longing to see the rest of his family in the US. His attitude is positive and he tries to remain hopeful he will someday join his family in the US. When he expressed his hopes, I could see he was waiting for my assurances he will see his family again. I felt ashamed I could not. I cannot release this image from my memory. #refugees 🙏

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Leila khalil

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اسمه ابو فاروق شحادة، من بلدة كويكات بالجليل الأعلى، بيتذكر نكبة 84 بكل لحظة، مرقت عليه وعلى أهل بلدته، وكيف ضهروا وما معن ولا اي شي، وكيف راح المختار هوي ووالده ليطلب سلاح ليوقفوا شباب القرى بالجليل بوجه المحتل الإسرائيلي واجاهم الرد بالنفي، وكيف وقفوا الشباب نفسهم بسلاحهم البسيط بوج المركبات الإسرائيلية.. من وقتها لهلق بذاكرته كويكات بحياتها البسيطة الحلوة المريحة الهادئة، بقلبه بلد اسمه فلسطين طلعو منه بس بيدعي كل يوم بوقت ما يكون عم بيصلي انو يرجع يشوف بلده وبلد أهله واجداده. #refugees