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“Climate Refugees,” Explained

Kimberly Curtis April 24, 2017

What makes a “climate refugee?” There is no standard definition and no such a category of refugees currently exist under international law. 1,483 more words

Refugee Awareness

In Maine, Ekhlas gives back to the community that gave her hope

Ekhlas Ahmed, 25, first learned the English alphabet as a high school freshman. Despite missing two years of school after fleeing conflict in Darfur, Sudan, she went from English-learner to graduate student in half the time of many of her peers. 622 more words

Refugee Awareness


By: Alyssa Cogan Digital Content Team at Mercy Corps.

Mercy Corps sees the threat of climate change in many places where we work. In Ethiopia and around the world, we’re helping people adapt to increasingly unpredictable rainfall and weather because we know their food, health, and lives depend on it. 2,088 more words

Refugee Awareness

Schools for Syrian children

The European Commission signed contracts worth a total of €270 million for construction and equipping of school buildings for Syrian refugee children and their host communities in Turkey. 134 more words


Investing in Quality

Quenching the knowledge thirst – LWF’s contribution to refugees’ education in Kakuma

With about 175,000 refugees from 11 countries, Kakuma Refugee camp is among the most cosmopolitan areas in Kenya. 1,961 more words


If you or I were from Syria

By: Theresa Frey

If you or I were from Syria.

You or I would have moved.

49.5% likely hood.

A different part of Syria?

Call me an IDP, 85 more words

Access To Education

The Forgotten Ones: The Education of Afghan Refugees

Today, Syrian refugees are being discussed across the globe- the acceptance of Syrians was a major issue in the recent presidential election here in the United States, and their struggle for education in… 490 more words