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Ireland and the tragedy of refugees

I have just finished reading The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri. Christy was a volunteer working with families fleeing war in Syria

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Bihac, on the border of Europe – Part Two

A delegation from Pordenone, led by social cooperative Noncello, has traveled to Bihac, Bosnia, to monitor the situation of refugees on a route which is not on the media spotlight

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Bihac, on the border of Europe – Part One

A delegation from Pordenone, led by social cooperative Noncello, has traveled to Bihac, Bosnia, to monitor the situation of refugees on a route which is not on the media spotlight

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North Kurdistan. Refugees, visit to Maxmur Camp

In Maxmur refugees have organised themselves following the principles and model of the Democratic Autonomy envisaged by Abdullah Ocalan.

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NEW BOOK. The UK Border Regime – a critical guide

This brings together Corporate Watch’s recent research on the “hostile environment” against migrants in the UK, and the companies that profit from it

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REFUGEES

…for the people now in flight… from Afrin

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Manchester celebrates Syrian arts and culture

A fortnight of exhibitions, film, theatre, live music, talks by writers, panel discussions and interactive art workshops exploring Syrian arts and culture before and after 2011.

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Refugees, coffins ships and hunger

There are few more haunting memorials anywhere in the world than this group of six tall, bronze figures of emaciated men and women, and one dog, which stand on Quays

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Refugees: The Road to compassion

Aylan was not asleep. His death was not peaceful. He had died with his five year old brother Galip and mother Rihan and seven other refugees trying to cross the five dangerous miles from Turkey – which is outside the EU –to the Greek island of Kos which is inside the EU

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