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Edmonton agencies nearing 1 year anniversary of helping Syrian refugees

It’s been a life-changing year for thousands of Syrian refugees who are now nearing the first anniversary of their arrival in Canada.

On Saturday, Action for Healthy Communities… 420 more words

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Syrian resettlement in Canada

By the end of Feb. 2016, Canada met its goal of resettling 25,000 Syrian refugees. There was much press around this — international favorite Prime Minister Justin Trudeau… 112 more words

Syrian Refugees

Editorial: Will Trump axe refugee resettlement?

Will Trump axe refugee resettlement?

PUBLISHED BY KATEY HEARTH

USA (MNN) — The suspense is tangible. U.S. refugee resettlement agencies and advocates are anxiously waiting to see what action President-elect Trump will take. 487 more words

Prayer Uproar

One size does not fit all

In 2013, the Sussex Centre for Migration Research started a longitudinal research looking at the resettlement experiences of refugees who arrived in the UK in 2010 through the Gateway Protection Programme. 375 more words

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Australia PM says asylum seekers to be resettled in US after Trump takes office

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Australia’s prime minister said on Monday resettlement to the United States of many of the 1,200 asylum seekers held in detention camps on Papua New Guinea and the Pacific island of Nauru will begin after President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration in January. 488 more words

Money Matters

Syrian Refugees Find Homes in Maryland and Virginia, None in Nation's Capital

By  Ayanna Alexander, Howard University News Service

November 3, 2016

WASHINGTON — Even as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump promises to ban or severely restraing immigration from Muslim countries, Virginia and Maryland have begun blending Syrian refugees into their communities. 604 more words

Ayanna Alexander

Australia, U.S. announce refugee resettlement deal

 Reuters International

NOV 13, 2016 – swissinfo.ch

Refugee advocates hold a banner during a protest in central Sydney, Australia, October 5, 2016 calling for the closure of the Australian detention centres in Nauru and Manus Island. 558 more words

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