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By School Sisters of St. Francis
John Ruebartsch’s photography focuses on the lives of America’s most recent immigrants

By Icsid
Montreal (Canada) - The International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (Icsid) announced today that the following projects (in alphabetical order) have been identified as the three finalist projects for the World Design Impact Prize 2013-2014: A.

By Strategic Book Group
WILBERFORCE, New South Wales – Doreen Slinkard, author of Strategic Book Group’s Wicky Wacky Farm series that has chronicled Australian farm life in her five children’s books, was in position to help human and animal refugees fleeing the fires that...

By TMR Multimedia
TV show about refugees set in South Beach could be next break-out network hit

By Lutheran Services Carolinas
The Boards of Lutheran Services for the Aging (LSA) and Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas (LFS) have announced a name for their new collective ministry. That name is Lutheran Services Carolinas (LSC).

By NCIHC.org
The National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC) will hold the 7th Annual NCIHC Membership Meeting on Friday and Saturday, June 7th and 8th, 2013 in Seattle, Washington.

By Women's Initiative for Self Empowerment, Inc.
The Women's Initiative for Self Empowerment (WISE), Inc. is seeking participants for its Professional Refugee Recertification Program. This program provides free assistance to refugees who were educated and licensed in other countries.

By Auto Images
The cinema release of Harbour of Hope is expanding. While being extended in the premiering town Malmö, the cinema release of Harbour of Hope will also include cinemas in Gothenburg and Stockholm.

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By Refuge and Hope International
The Partnership is Intended to Support Refuge & Hope’s #UNLEASHED Campaign to Raise Funds for an Accelerated High School Diploma Program for Refugees in Africa

By www.journeyofashes.com
Roman Ferber, once one of the youngest survivors on Schindler's list, expresses his thoughts on what should be done for kids trapped in today's war zones. He also offers details on how he lived through the Nazi death camps in a new biography.

By School Sisters of St. Francis
John Ruebartsch’s photography focuses on the lives of America’s most recent immigrants

By Humanity Helping Sudan Project
Humanity Helping Sudan Project was started by Manyang Reath, a finalist in VH1's Do Something Awards. Beyonce, Bono, Ben Affleck are supporters.

By Icsid
Montreal (Canada) - The International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (Icsid) announced today that the following projects (in alphabetical order) have been identified as the three finalist projects for the World Design Impact Prize 2013-2014: A.

By Strategic Book Group
WILBERFORCE, New South Wales – Doreen Slinkard, author of Strategic Book Group’s Wicky Wacky Farm series that has chronicled Australian farm life in her five children’s books, was in position to help human and animal refugees fleeing the fires that...

By TMR Multimedia
TV show about refugees set in South Beach could be next break-out network hit

By Lutheran Services Carolinas
The Boards of Lutheran Services for the Aging (LSA) and Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas (LFS) have announced a name for their new collective ministry. That name is Lutheran Services Carolinas (LSC).

By SS St Louis Legacy Project Foundation
Immigrant from Europe to Israel, Israeli war veteran, surviving passenger of SS St Louis, Michael Barak is last living survivor from Israel. Boca Raton philanthopist brings Barak to US State Dept ceremony honoring their indominitable spirit

By Strategic Book Group
Stories and Poems Describe the Fate of Worldwide Refugees in "Gifts From an Empty Suitcase and Other Short Stories"

By NCIHC.org
The National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC) will hold the 7th Annual NCIHC Membership Meeting on Friday and Saturday, June 7th and 8th, 2013 in Seattle, Washington.

By marketingworx
Welcome to America Project jazzed by support. Prom-themed fundraiser raises $27,000 to help refugees

By City and County of Swansea
A new exhibition is opening in Swansea that tells the story of Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe who came to live in South Wales during the turbulent years before the Second World War.

By LiNK | Liberty in North Korea
The sudden death of Kim Jong-il has triggered a deluge of early commentary and analysis on what this may mean for North Korea and the region. The North Koreans themselves are of course the people who will be affected most by this development.

By Women's Initiative for Self Empowerment, Inc.
The Women's Initiative for Self Empowerment (WISE), Inc. is seeking participants for its Professional Refugee Recertification Program. This program provides free assistance to refugees who were educated and licensed in other countries.

By Auto Images
The cinema release of Harbour of Hope is expanding. While being extended in the premiering town Malmö, the cinema release of Harbour of Hope will also include cinemas in Gothenburg and Stockholm.

By Amanda's Big World Adventure
Vajrayana School of Nepal and Amanda’s Big World Adventure will be partnering in volunteerism and teaching. When Amanda discovered that volunteers and supplies were much needed, the two combined forces to help those in need serviced by the school.

By Alie Lifsey
Catholic Charities of West Tennessee Celebrates World Refugee Day

By Frank Graff
Financial franchise reports surge in interest from unemployed workers seeking new opportunity

By The Seoul Sisters Documentary Film
13-Year-Old Felice News Anchor, Max Jones, to host a hard-hitting documentary about the crisis on the Korean Peninsula, to be released in 2011.

By Strategic Book Group
In this what-if political thriller that’s filled with uncertainty, African democracy is threatened when a popular presidential candidate is denied victory.

By Raise Their Voice Against Injustice
Disappointed by Hope: Migrants and Refugees in Search of A Better Country examines the plight of refugees and migrant workers in Malaysia through photographs and stories based on case studies and interviews with transients who have experienced abuse.

By Brian D. Lerner
Refugees may be eligible for resettlement in the U.S. if: UNHCR or the U.S. Embassy refers them to the U.S. for resettlement, or they are members of specified groups with special characteristics as determined by the U.S. government.

By Sandblast
Charity Sandblast takes 33 Britons to refugee camps in Algerian Sahara to take part in international solidarity race for displaced Saharawi, the Saharamarathon.

By Sandblast
Charity Sandblast appeals to UK government for firm action on Moroccan human rights abuses against Saharawi citizens.

By Transaction Marketing
The quake that struck Haiti has not only flawed the country but also sparked nationwide humanitarianism and hope for this Caribbean island. Transaction Publishers donates in the reliefs efforts for this country.

By Strategic Book Publishing
This interracial novel about refugees will make you appreciate how even a small change in fate can determine our lives.

By Cara McGinnis
Event to help raise donations for the refugee's Christmas wish list

By Center for Public Policy Analysis ( CPPA )
In response to the current Lao Hmong refugee and humanitarian crisis in Thailand and Laos, The Honorable H. Eugene Douglas, Former U.S. Ambassador, issued a statement about the plight of Lao-Hmong refugees at Huay Nam Khao and Nong Khai, Thailand.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis ( CPPA )
Laos and Hmong-American Students from across the U.S. are urging Thailand’s General Anupong and Prime Minister Abhisit To Release 5,000 Lao Hmong Refugees Prior to to the Start of the Southeast Asia Games (SEA) Games in Laos.

By Refugees International
Refugees International's New York Circle features photography by Ann Curry and a short documentary by Matt Dillon

By Welcome To Dreamsville Records
Actress and singer, Cynthia Basinet petitions the United Nations Sixty-fourth General Assembly Fourth Committee on behalf of issues facing the Western Sahara.

By Ekaterina Gvatua
Introduction of Dandelion Relief Group as an organization dedicated to helping the refugees after the Russia-Georgia war and the description of their accomplishments as an organization up to date.

By Student World Assembly, studentworldassembly.org
SWAT valley citizens seek refuge as military offensive endures

By www.immigration2australia.com
The UN has stated it is worried that the global economic downturn will fuel increasing levels of refugees and migrants as well as increases in xenophobia as people look for causes to their economic problems.

By Projects Abroad, author Harry Kent
Theo Kamwimbi, the Human Rights Programme Manager in South Africa, with the help of Projects Abroad volunteers and the backing of the UNHCR (UN High Commissioner for Refugees) spearheaded the release of a wrongfully imprisoned refugee last week.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
The U.S. Congress and U.S. Senator Norm Coleman are urging the Lao government to immediately release Hakit Yang and two other Hmong-American citizens from St. Paul, Minnesota that continue to be jailed in Laos.

By Flammer Relations, Inc.
Customers asked to donate winter outerwear for RRISA

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A coalition of Lao and Hmong organizations in Washington, D.C. have denounced the visit of Thai Premier Samak Sundaravej to Laos following increased Lao military attacks and Samak's forced repatriation of Lao-Hmong refugees.

By Nemeton
The 'Recipes of Africa' cookbook brings together recipes from each country in Africa to support the Sierra Leonian and Liberian refuges of Senegal.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
The Lao Human Rights Council will host a Lao-Hmong human rights forum on the plight of over 8,000 Lao-Hmong political refugees and asylum seekers facing the threat of forced repatriation back to the communist regime in Laos that they fled.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Hundreds of Hmong and Lao-Americans are slated to rally in Minnesota in opposition to the recent arrest in Laos of three Hmong-Americans and to oppose the repatriation of Lao-Hmong refugees from Thailand back to the regime in Laos that they fled.

By Dyfed Lloyd Evans
Stefan Doris and her son, Zogo are stateless refugees from the civil wars in Liberia/Sierra Leone, West Africa. Help turn around the lives of those who have suffered and lost so much and publicize the pligt of Africa's forgotten refugees.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
Laos, Thailand Crisis: US Congressional Forum To Discuss Emergency Plight of Lao and Hmong Refugees At Ban Huay Nam Khao and Nong Khai, Lao Regime's Ethnic Cleansing and Increase Killing of Refugees

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
In cooperation with Members of Congress, the Congressional Forum and follow-on events in the U.S. Congress will discuss policy issues and seek to release and discuss the U.S. Congressional letter to the King of Thailand regarding Laos and the Hmong.

By Center for Public Policy Analysis
A special session of the U.S. Congressional Forum on Laos will be held to discuss the current crisis in Laos and Thailand facing Laotian and Hmong dissidents, political refugees and asylum seekers.

By Human Rights Congress for Bangladesh Minorities
HRCBM filed a writ petition at Calcutta High Court on June 19th, 2007 appealing that Government of India should grant Refugee status to Bangladesh Minorities, who took shelter in India to escape violence in their country .



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