Instagram Photos and Videos for Tag #withrefugees


  • 30 minutes ago
    The IKEA Foundation believes all children should have a safe place to call home and a quality education. We are pleased to announce our partnership with IKEA Foundation to support refugee and migrant children in Thailand 🇹🇭 to learn critical life skills and create better futures for themselves and their families. ⠀ ⠀ Partnerships like this one are key to protecting, educating and empowering children to realize their full potential!⠀ ⠀ #IKEAFoundation #IKEA #Thailand #Refugee #WithRefugees #Education #Charity #Community #Play #PowerofPlay
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  • about 2 hours ago
    Nukėlėm tiesiai į Jordaniją, Zatari - didžiausią pabėgėlių stovyklą, kurioje laikinai gyvena daugiau kaip 80 000 žmonių! #LOGIN su #UNHCR #WithRefugees #UNVR #emotions #experiences #awareness
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  • about 2 hours ago
    What We Share Issaw Malaubala (in blue) relaxes with his friends and Babayo, a refugee he welcomes in his home in Diffa, Niger. "I was born in Diffa, from a Nigerian father, and a mother from Niger. Here I have a business of tires repairing. I started welcoming refugees in my home since de Damask attacks in Nigeria in 2014. With my friends (on the right), we took our cars and went to pick them up at the border. People were fleeing. As soon as we were getting back home, we were going back to pick up others, all day long during days." 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), 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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  • about 2 hours ago
    What We Share Tea heats up on pot of charcoal on a mat on the floor, ready to be shared with Issaw, his friend and Babayo, a refugee he is hosting 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), 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.
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  • about 3 hours ago
    Meet Razan, my student from Aleppo, Syria. Smart, sophisticated, spirited. ❤️teaching her English. She wants to earn a masters in translation at Univ of Geneva. Seeking safety in 🇨🇭#syrianrefugees #withrefugees
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  • about 6 hours ago
    Such an inspiring interactive site: well structured and excellently designed to keep audiences interested and informed of the crisis 👍The topic hits home for me because my late grandfather was a refugee, fleeing China to Thailand during WWII at the age of 14. This gave my dad, a full-time Nephrologist and a part-time inventor, and his siblings, and now me, my brother and my cousins, the opportunities to achieve our potentials and to contribute to the humanity #withrefugees
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  • about 6 hours ago
    Staff #sprar "Aster Intercultura" presso l'istituto comprensivo #campocalabro #sanroberto per parlare di #integrazione #inclusione #accoglienza #migranti 👏🏻Grazie a tutti gli studenti .... coming soon #withrefugees #unhcr
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  • about 6 hours ago
    Wael, 3, spends his days watching YouTube videos and playing games on his parents' phone. His family fled war in Syria and was relocated to southern Estonia a month ago. He does not have any Estonian friends yet. Photo by @francescatrianni, with thanks to @pulitzercenter for support.
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  • about 8 hours ago
    Some of my rations for the Ration Challenge taking place during Refugee Week. ♡ Like to learn more? Or perhaps you'd like to sponsor me? Go to http://www.actforpeace.rationchallenge.org.au and search for August Quinn or Act for People. #rationchallenge #withrefugees #actforpeace
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  • about 9 hours ago
    There's always a reason to smile. Happy Friday everyone! #withrefugees #erbil #adventisthelp #ADRA #refugeeswelcome #refugeerights #iraq #smile
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  • about 10 hours ago
    In the last three weeks, over 35,500 suspected cholera cases have been reported in Yemen, a third of which have been children. The people of Yemen urgently need your help.  #Aid4Yemen #WithRefugees #RefugeeFacts
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  • about 10 hours ago
    For one week during refugee week this is all I'm allowed to eat, the same rations a Syrian refugee is allowed. I may disappear from earth completely! I really can't wait to do this challenge, to show I'm #withrefugees and to feel not even an inch of the wanting and need that refugees must feel everyday. Please support refugees and help me get some extra rations (or else I may cease to exist) https://actforpeace.rationchallenge.org.au/fundraisers/hannahwakefield #actforpeace #rationchallenge #peace #love
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  • about 11 hours ago
    Despite not qualifying for the Rio Olympics last year, 20 year old Kadar Omar is still determined to train and compete in the next Olympics. “Running is my passion, it is something I really love to do and it is a way of life to me. It gives me hope and hope is life.” He says. Kadar hails from a country with renowned long-distance athletes, some of whom are his role models. “There are people who motivate me like the great Haile Gebrselassie and many others.” “As a community in Ethiopia we practice running. It is not new to me. It is not new to us,” he added about his desire for running. “When I fled from Ethiopia and moved to Kakuma, I continued to run while in school. I also practiced in the fields in Kakuma camp even though people thought I was crazy because of the hot weather.” #TeamRefugees #withrefugees #ethiopia #kakuma #athletics #hope #resilience #africa
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  • about 12 hours ago
    "Good things come to those who work hard and never give up"🎓 . . Congratulation to our Tanma's women for their english #graduation today.✊ #empoweringwomen #together #proud #womenatwork #learningisfun #withrefugees #volunteering #knowledgeisfreedom #english
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  • about 12 hours ago
    Thanks for a lovely day of fundraising! Let's keep it going! #neilcake #withrefugees #worldrefugeeday 💜
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  • about 13 hours ago
    This is just such a special a story to me I had to put their pictures together and share some more thoughts about it. . . . On the left is Colby who spent 1 hour and 19 mins sewing the face on the bear he's holding. On the right is a little boy we will call him "O" who received the bear Colby worked so hard on. Not only did he receive the bear, but he really wanted this bear and his sisters were sweet enough to let him have it. . . . As I mentioned in my last post I believe "O" knew how special this bear was, not just that he knew it but that he could FEEL it. I am 100% convinced that the children who receive our dolls and bears can feel the love we put in to the dolls and bears we make for them. Many who help make dolls and bears tell me how much love they put in to their items, and as they stuff them they are filling them with love. Again, I 100% believe the children can feel the love in the dolls and bears we make for them and that knowledge brings me great joy. . . . Seeing O's smile as he hugs that bear is absolutely priceless. And I love knowing that although they live half a world apart and will most likely never meet they share a special connection. . . . Also, looking at their pictures side by side I cannot believe how similar they are. Do they not have the exact same smile and cheekbones. Their eyes even look similar to me. . . . ❤ . . #wemakeforgood #webelongtoeachother #withrefugees #teachingourchildren #everylittlebithelps #spreadingjoy #spreadingsmiles #chooselove #fromourarmstotheirs #dollsofhope #sewingforcharity #onedollandbearatatime #choosecompassion #onebyone #withrefugees #loveoneanother #onebearatatime #onedollatatime #onechildatatime #wecanbringthemhope #weareallthesame #teachingourchildren #nevertooearlytoteachcompassion #workingmiraclestogether #dogood
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