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Check christianmuslimalliance's Instagram White Americans committing hate crimes against minorities have killed and are killing more than of our citizens than "Muslim" terrorists. People need to think about what the real enemies are: hate, silence, and apathy. PLEASE FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @cma4peace
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White Americans committing hate crimes against minorities have killed and are killing more than of our citizens than "Muslim" terrorists. People need to think about what the real enemies are: hate, silence, and apathy. PLEASE FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @cma4peace ______________________________ #silencekills #getwoke #isis #kkk #terrorism #rerrorist #whitesupremacy #withrefugees #peace #refugeeswelcome #refugeechildren #muslim #islam #muslims #religion #story #lovewins #isis #nomuslimban #islamaphobia #instagood #hijab #peacemaking #christian #jointhealliance #lovearmy #pastor #peacemaking #mercy #christianity #justice #strongertogether

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Check carrythefuture's Instagram Thursday is the big day! Don't forget to keep an eye out for details on our June collection. #candosomething #withRefugees #CarrytheFuture 1524845930364224851_2228405197

Thursday is the big day! Don't forget to keep an eye out for details on our June collection. #candosomething #withRefugees #carrythefuture

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Check vtremeau's Instagram Babayo And The Mobile Phone

Babayo is between 55 and 60 years old and lives with Issaw (see previous post). He sleeps under a mosquito net in Issaw’s hallway. “After Boko Haram attacked my town, I ended up in Diffa without my family. I have not received any news from my wife or my son for the past 16 months. There is not much for me to do here. Sometimes I ask Issaw to lend me his mobile phone so that I can try to reach my family. I have called so many times, but no one ever picked up so far. I can't go back to my town in Nigeria yet because of Boko Haram, but I hope one day I will be able to, and find my family safe.” Around the world, more than 128 million people are trapped in crises and struggling to survive—a number not seen since the Second World War. Due to conflict and violence, a record-breaking 65 million people have fled their homes to seek safety and assistance. Many of them left with little more than the clothes on their backs.

In partnership with the UN Office of Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (@un_ocha) and @United_photo, I travelled to one of the world’s worst emergency to shed light on what it means to live through a crisis. Who do you turn to when you cannot go home? What do you hope for when you have lost everything?

The series "What We Share" delves into the themes of displacement and solidarity. Photographed in Diffa, Niger, "What We Share" tells the stories of people who fled violence and conflict across the border in north-eastern Nigeria, and of the local communities who have taken them in. By exploring the relationship between refugees and host families, we bear witness to the powerful ties that bind humans and motivate people to share their belongings and homes with strangers, even when they themselves have very little. "What We Share" is currently exhibited along with my other project "One Day I Will" (@1day1will) at T3 photo festival in Tokyo, Japan, until the end of the month. Come and have a look if you are around, it is at Ueno Park. We can also meet up, as I am in Tokyo at the moment ! 1524780079539611020_25635742

Babayo And The Mobile Phone Babayo is between 55 and 60 years old and lives with Issaw (see previous post). He sleeps under a mosquito net in Issaw’s hallway. “After Boko Haram attacked my town, I ended up in Diffa without my family. I have not received any news from my wife or my son for the past 16 months. There is not much for me to do here. Sometimes I ask Issaw to lend me his mobile phone so that I can try to reach my family. I have called so many times, but no one ever picked up so far. I can't go back to my town in Nigeria yet because of Boko Haram, but I hope one day I will be able to, and find my family safe.” Around the world, more than 128 million people are trapped in crises and struggling to survive—a number not seen since the Second World War. Due to conflict and violence, a record-breaking 65 million people have fled their homes to seek safety and assistance. Many of them left with little more than the clothes on their backs. In partnership with the UN Office of Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (@un_ocha) and @United_photo, I travelled to one of the world’s worst emergency to shed light on what it means to live through a crisis. Who do you turn to when you cannot go home? What do you hope for when you have lost everything? The series "What We Share" delves into the themes of displacement and solidarity. Photographed in Diffa, Niger, "What We Share" tells the stories of people who fled violence and conflict across the border in north-eastern Nigeria, and of the local communities who have taken them in. By exploring the relationship between refugees and host families, we bear witness to the powerful ties that bind humans and motivate people to share their belongings and homes with strangers, even when they themselves have very little. "What We Share" is currently exhibited along with my other project "One Day I Will" (@1day1will) at T3 photo festival in Tokyo, Japan, until the end of the month. Come and have a look if you are around, it is at Ueno Park. We can also meet up, as I am in Tokyo at the moment !

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Mobile phones shared by Issaw to Babayo lay on a mat on the floor at Issaw's house (see previous post) in his home in Diffa, Niger.

Around the world, more than 128 million people are trapped in crises and struggling to survive—a number not seen since the Second World War. Due to conflict and violence, a record-breaking 65 million people have fled their homes to seek safety and assistance. Many of them left with little more than the clothes on their backs.

In partnership with the UN Office of Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (@un_ocha) and @United_photo, I travelled to one of the world’s worst emergency to shed light on what it means to live through a crisis. Who do you turn to when you cannot go home? What do you hope for when you have lost everything?

The series "What We Share" delves into the themes of displacement and solidarity. Photographed in Diffa, Niger, "What We Share" tells the stories of people who fled violence and conflict across the border in north-eastern Nigeria, and of the local communities who have taken them in. By exploring the relationship between refugees and host families, we bear witness to the powerful ties that bind humans and motivate people to share their belongings and homes with strangers, even when they themselves have very little. "What We Share" is currently exhibited along with my other project "One Day I Will" (@1day1will) at T3 photo festival in Tokyo, Japan, until the end of the month. Come and have a look if you are around, it is at Ueno Park. We can also meet up, as I am in Tokyo at the moment ! 1524779273226706135_25635742

What We Share Mobile phones shared by Issaw to Babayo lay on a mat on the floor at Issaw's house (see previous post) in his home in Diffa, Niger. Around the world, more than 128 million people are trapped in crises and struggling to survive—a number not seen since the Second World War. Due to conflict and violence, a record-breaking 65 million people have fled their homes to seek safety and assistance. Many of them left with little more than the clothes on their backs. In partnership with the UN Office of Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (@un_ocha) and @United_photo, I travelled to one of the world’s worst emergency to shed light on what it means to live through a crisis. Who do you turn to when you cannot go home? What do you hope for when you have lost everything? The series "What We Share" delves into the themes of displacement and solidarity. Photographed in Diffa, Niger, "What We Share" tells the stories of people who fled violence and conflict across the border in north-eastern Nigeria, and of the local communities who have taken them in. By exploring the relationship between refugees and host families, we bear witness to the powerful ties that bind humans and motivate people to share their belongings and homes with strangers, even when they themselves have very little. "What We Share" is currently exhibited along with my other project "One Day I Will" (@1day1will) at T3 photo festival in Tokyo, Japan, until the end of the month. Come and have a look if you are around, it is at Ueno Park. We can also meet up, as I am in Tokyo at the moment !

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Check refugeeservicesoftexas's Instagram We are so excited to have @FlyKidsYogaSouthlake hosting free monthly yoga sessions for our Refugee Youth Program! The kids had a blast at their first class last Saturday. •
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We are so excited to have @FlyKidsYogaSouthlake hosting free monthly yoga sessions for our Refugee Youth Program! The kids had a blast at their first class last Saturday. • • • #yoga #kidsyoga #flykidsyoga #refugees #refugeeyouthprogram #refugeeswelcome #refugeeswelcome #welcomerefugees #wewelcomerefugees #withrefugees #texas #tx #tx #austin #austin #amarillo #dallas #dallas #fortworth #houston #atx #dfw #hou

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Check la_festina's Instagram Refugee Food Festival in Florence: June 26-30.
Save the date!

#RFFF #refugeefoodfestival #florence #withrefugees 
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Refugee Food Festival in Florence: June 26-30. Save the date! #rfff #refugeefoodfestival #florence #withrefugees #festinalente@unhcr_italia @refugeefoodfestival

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Check safepassageuk's Instagram The global number of refugee and migrant children moving alone has reached a record high. 92% of children who arrived to Italy by sea in 2016 were unaccompanied.
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In Italy, Safe Passage is working to reunite children with their families. There is currently little support for these children when they arrive in Italy and so many go on to risk life and limb to reach other friends and families in secondary European locations.
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The global number of refugee and migrant children moving alone has reached a record high. 92% of children who arrived to Italy by sea in 2016 were unaccompanied. . In Italy, Safe Passage is working to reunite children with their families. There is currently little support for these children when they arrive in Italy and so many go on to risk life and limb to reach other friends and families in secondary European locations. . . #safepassage #refugeesupport #childrenuprooted #withrefugees #foreverychild

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Check deinehappybox's Instagram Team #köln meets Team #hannover ! In beiden Städten werden gerade HAPPY BOXen gesammelt - Beim Austausch über das Projekt haben wir viel Spaß im Park 🌞

#TEAMwelcome #happybox #jetztDU #refugeeswelcome #withrefugees #diversityinunity #welcomebox #zeichensetzen #willkommenszeichen #flüchtlingewillkommen #Integration #Engagement​ 1524699183460890367_4777124355

Team #kölnmeets Team #hannover! In beiden Städten werden gerade HAPPY BOXen gesammelt - Beim Austausch über das Projekt haben wir viel Spaß im Park 🌞 #teamwelcome #happybox #jetztdu #refugeeswelcome #withrefugees #diversityinunity #welcomebox #zeichensetzen #willkommenszeichen #flüchtlingewillkommen #integration #Engagement​

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Check inasio_marin's Instagram IDOMENI: A YEAR AGO. 
A man walks through the camp covered with a rain jacket distributed by Doctors Without Borders. The poor conditions of the camp made life almost impossible. (May 2016)
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Original article published in @planetafuturo / @el_pais.
Read full story here: http://bit.ly/2sa5hHY
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IDOMENI: A YEAR AGO. A man walks through the camp covered with a rain jacket distributed by Doctors Without Borders. The poor conditions of the camp made life almost impossible. (May 2016) ___ Original article published in @planetafuturo / @el_pais. Read full story here: http://bit.ly/2sa5hHY © Ignacio Marin Idomeni, Greece 2016

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Check actforpeace's Instagram Ration Challenge begins in 3 weeks. Now is the time to get pumped, ramp up your fundraising efforts and earn precious rewards! Login online to download easy to use resources and share your page http://actforpeace.rationchallenge.org.au #RationChallenge #WithRefugees 1524674453198434924_689744276

Ration Challenge begins in 3 weeks. Now is the time to get pumped, ramp up your fundraising efforts and earn precious rewards! Login online to download easy to use resources and share your page http://actforpeace.rationchallenge.org.au #rationchallenge #WithRefugees

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Check nurtureproject's Instagram GREECE COUNTRY MANAGER needed to lead the in-field team that provide front-line services and support. (Greek speaker preferred)
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This role is essential in providing direction and leadership for the entire country program, ensuring activities are consistent with NPI’s mandate, are implemented in a timely, efficient manner
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GREECE COUNTRY MANAGER needed to lead the in-field team that provide front-line services and support. (Greek speaker preferred) . This role is essential in providing direction and leadership for the entire country program, ensuring activities are consistent with NPI’s mandate, are implemented in a timely, efficient manner . To see the full job description and to apply, click on the link in bio. . . . #supportedmotherhood #npi2017 #refugeesgr #refugeesupport #withrefugees #job #volunteer

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Check mariebouly's Instagram From a very smart and talented man who fled Syria and is now doing so well ♥️ @stadlommel @bartvermeer @sofie_sevens  @habiba_arjah @lastoriadisophia @cin_daems @rogervanbeneden @petra_nysten @katrienderuysscher (and so many others) #humanity #withrefugees #leprofesseur #wereallinthistogether #friendship #parelstrandstories #lommel #bruxelles #syria #945inbeeld #vluchtelingenhulpkolonie 1524596616647337618_1647592999

From a very smart and talented man who fled Syria and is now doing so well ♥️ @stadlommel @bartvermeer @sofie_sevens @habiba_arjah @lastoriadisophia @cin_daems @rogervanbeneden @petra_nysten @katrienderuysscher (and so many others) #humanity #withrefugees #leprofesseur #wereallinthistogether #friendship #parelstrandstories #lommel #bruxelles #syria #945inbeeld #vluchtelingenhulpkolonie

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Check adventist_help's Instagram We're always looking for medical staff to volunteer at our clinic in Greece! If you're interested, please get in touch at adventisthelpvolunteers@gmail.com 
#refugee #refugeecamp #withrefugees #medicalunit #greece #volunteering #doctors #nurses #ADRA #adventisthelp 1524574654819548213_4648686527

We're always looking for medical staff to volunteer at our clinic in Greece! If you're interested, please get in touch at [email protected] #refugee #refugeecamp #withrefugees #medicalunit #greece #volunteering #doctors #nurses #adra #adventisthelp

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Check howlingeagle's Instagram More thank you notes, this time from Mozhdeh, a refugee from Iran studying English at Mosaik. There are so many we'll have to figure out how to post them 📪 The donations have kept coming all weekend 🙏🏽 Thank you 🙏🏽 Let's keep it going 👊🏼#solidarity4teachers #gratitude #teachersrock 1524538052805155430_4468113428

More thank you notes, this time from Mozhdeh, a refugee from Iran studying English at Mosaik. There are so many we'll have to figure out how to post them 📪 The donations have kept coming all weekend 🙏🏽 Thank you 🙏🏽 Let's keep it going 👊🏼 #solidarity4teachers #gratitude #teachersrock

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Check mecinstitute's Instagram Iman, 7-year-old Syrian student in Irbid, Jordan, heard about the @unicef-MECI program from her neighbors after she saw them coming back from school one afternoon. 
At first, Iman was very shy and didn’t play or speak with anyone. She didn’t know how to read, write, or even hold a pencil. Iman soon improved and now has a lot friends in the program. Her teachers love her for her famous line, “let’s write letters and then color it to show who the best is.” Iman always participates in class and she comes to school regularly. She aspires to one day be a teacher so that she can work with Syrian children who have lost many years of education due to the war. 
#HopeThroughEducation #NoLostGeneration #LearningForAll #L4All #WithRefugees #ChildrenOfSyrian #Syrian #Refugees #Jordan #MECISuccess #Education #School #Hope #Future #Happy #Children #Students 1524482436209346468_2020554412

Iman, 7-year-old Syrian student in Irbid, Jordan, heard about the @unicef-MECI program from her neighbors after she saw them coming back from school one afternoon. At first, Iman was very shy and didn’t play or speak with anyone. She didn’t know how to read, write, or even hold a pencil. Iman soon improved and now has a lot friends in the program. Her teachers love her for her famous line, “let’s write letters and then color it to show who the best is.” Iman always participates in class and she comes to school regularly. She aspires to one day be a teacher so that she can work with Syrian children who have lost many years of education due to the war. #hopethrougheducation #nolostgeneration #learningforall #l4all #WithRefugees #childrenofsyrian #syrian #refugees #jordan #mecisuccess #education #school #hope #future #happy #children #students

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Check australiaforunhcr's Instagram "It allows you to make something from nothing”
The ancient art of origami is helping Fadi, a Syrian refugee, shape his new life in exile.

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"It allows you to make something from nothing” The ancient art of origami is helping Fadi, a Syrian refugee, shape his new life in exile. unrefugees.org.au/WithRefugees #WithRefugees

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Check carrythefuture's Instagram As Team 30 gears up to serve refugees in Serbia, we catch up with a trip journal from #CTFDistributionTeam29, written by Randy Perrin:

Wednesday, May 10, Back to Athens -- Deliverance (Delivery) (Catching Up) 
Tuesday night we stayed in Katerini. It was a beautiful spot, right on the ocean and we were able to see the sunrise over the water which, unfortunately, comes early even in civilized Greece. Very nice. Amy decided to let the rest of the crew take advantage of the wonderful location for a leisurely morning while she and I did a warehouse drop off and pickup not far away. We left the bags that Ari and Kim had brought from the States and loaded the van with Moses beds (all made up with all the new baby stuff). Forget the rear view mirror. There was nothing to see in back but the stacks of baby beds -- pack and repack. 
We collected the rest of the team and got on our way. Then we dropped the Moses beds at the camp where we had delivered the baby carriers on the trip up from Athens. We didn't stay long because we had a long run ahead to get to Athens. 
As always, the people we have met in the camps and the people who are doing the work to create what comforts are possible for people displaced from their homes are amazing. In our protected lives we can certainly catch glimpses of humanity among our friends and peers, but a life of relative ease does not put our humanity to the test. There is a reference in literature to the thin veneer of civilization, implying that underneath the manners and pretenses, we are all beasts, barely under control. And we do hear about desperate acts and bad behavior from people who have lost everything. But that isn't what we are seeing. Whatever the people we meet may have lost when they became refugees, they didn't lose their humanity.

#withRefugees #candosomething #choosehumanity #CarrytheFuture 1524347970874325566_2228405197

As Team 30 gears up to serve refugees in Serbia, we catch up with a trip journal from #CTFDistributionTeam29, written by Randy Perrin: Wednesday, May 10, Back to Athens -- Deliverance (Delivery) (Catching Up) Tuesday night we stayed in Katerini. It was a beautiful spot, right on the ocean and we were able to see the sunrise over the water which, unfortunately, comes early even in civilized Greece. Very nice. Amy decided to let the rest of the crew take advantage of the wonderful location for a leisurely morning while she and I did a warehouse drop off and pickup not far away. We left the bags that Ari and Kim had brought from the States and loaded the van with Moses beds (all made up with all the new baby stuff). Forget the rear view mirror. There was nothing to see in back but the stacks of baby beds -- pack and repack. We collected the rest of the team and got on our way. Then we dropped the Moses beds at the camp where we had delivered the baby carriers on the trip up from Athens. We didn't stay long because we had a long run ahead to get to Athens. As always, the people we have met in the camps and the people who are doing the work to create what comforts are possible for people displaced from their homes are amazing. In our protected lives we can certainly catch glimpses of humanity among our friends and peers, but a life of relative ease does not put our humanity to the test. There is a reference in literature to the thin veneer of civilization, implying that underneath the manners and pretenses, we are all beasts, barely under control. And we do hear about desperate acts and bad behavior from people who have lost everything. But that isn't what we are seeing. Whatever the people we meet may have lost when they became refugees, they didn't lose their humanity. #withRefugees #candosomething #choosehumanity #carrythefuture

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Check refugeeswelcomeinrichmond's Instagram #Repost @unrefugees ・・・
Our 6 recommendations to the future UK government #video #instavideo #videoftheday #unitedkingdom 1524274260528808560_5382665424

#repost@unrefugees ・・・ Our 6 recommendations to the future UK government #video #instavideo #videoftheday #unitedkingdom

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