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14 Jun 2013
Next week, the British Red Cross – along with dozens of other agencies who work with refugees – will be celebrating Refugee Week 2013.
26 Sep 2012
When Abu's family crossed the border into Jordan, the army told them they were lucky. If they had tried to cross just three minutes before, they might have died.
To make the crossing from Syria to Jordan, Nadia had to give her disabled sons sleeping pills and carry them for four days.
Noura works for a psycho-social programme in Jordan. Recently, she has been helping Syrian refugees.
When Ruba and her two children first arrived in Jordan, they slept in a garden for two days because they had no other choice.
The Positive Images toolkit is an educational resource on migration and development that can be used to teach young people aged 12 and over.
Learn words of welcome in a refugee or migrant's mother tongue. A local action project researching and speaking a few foreign phrases.
Princess Elizabeth sympathises with evacuees during World War II and praises the kindness of strangers. Use this radio broadcast to explore what pupils know and think about refugees.
Did you lose track of relatives during World War I or II? These organisations specialise in tracking them down.
30 May 2013
Tens of thousands of people are in need of shelter, healthcare and food following violent clashes between armed factions in the Central African Republic.
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