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Photographing Europe's Refugee Crisis for the United Nations

“There are very few three-month-long assignments out there,” says freelance photographer Ivor Prickett. So when the Irish photographer was offered one by the United Nations Refugee Agency, he didn’t hesitate. 891 more words

Please Help the UNHCR

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted here, but it’s also been a long time since there was an issue I felt I had to share. 489 more words

Somailand: middle aged male Yemeni refugee sets himself ablaze outside UNHCR Hargeysa offices.

The middle aged man is said to have
set himself alight outside the vast
United Nations High commission for
Refugees compound (UNHCR)
By Goth Mohamed Goth… 182 more words

"Refugee Warriors" populate United Nations camps (where we get our refugees)

Last week the Washington Examiner published a lengthy piece by Jonathan Foreman entitled, ‘Does foreign aid really do good?’ It addresses in great detail what we already know—mostly ‘humanitarian aid’ is a waste of money! 448 more words

Refugee Resettlement Program

Refugees and 3 Liminal Spaces

The Zaatari Refugee Camp-Jordan

This camp is now 3 years old and is certainly a liminal space in that it is a transition living space between the refugees’ home country and their future country. 721 more words

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Badly decomposed body of a six month old child washed up on the shores of Greece

The Greek coast guard on Sunday reported that a badly decomposed body of a six month old child washed up on the shores of the island of Kos. 73 more words


Basic supplies, repair and maintenance items blocked from entering Camp Liberty

In an unlawful act, on Wednesday, September 30, Iraqi agents once again prevented entry of repair and maintenance items for Camp Liberty infrastructure. These forces that were carrying out orders of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Camp Liberty residents that functions under Faleh Fayyad also prevented basic supplies of residents from getting to the camp returning them from the camp’s entrance. 228 more words

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