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Who would you rather talk to? A refugee who has fled a war zone or an athlete competing in the Olympic games in Rio 2016?
Explore barriers to humanitarian aid and actions in conflict zones.
Challenge the assumptions we make about people when we hear a brief description with this popular starter activity for schools.
Refugees arriving in Europe have an incredible journey. Follow their stories with this photo based resource.
Learn words of welcome in a refugee or migrant's mother tongue. A local action project researching and speaking a few foreign phrases.
Barbed wire, rich fabrics, household essentials. What can students make of a striking image from a conflict zone. Reflect and explore.
This briefing for teachers looks at the service offered by the ICRC and various National Societies that helps family members trace each other.
Teaching activities linked to the Commonwealth Games designed to help young people explore the idea of a welcoming refugees and asylum seekers
Give pupils a deeper understanding of the major global issue of migration through this photo-based lesson plan, ideal for citizenship teachers.
Young refugees need resilience and determination. Find out how one teenager coped and help students explore concepts of identity and welcome.
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