UN World Refugee Day – the World Responds: AKMI, Canadian PM Trudeau, US Prez Obama & Secretary Kerry, UNHCR Grandi & Guterres, UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie, ex-UN SG Kofi Annan, Harry Potter author JK Rowlings, Soccer Stars Fellaini & Mittag

Since 2001, World Refugee Day is observed each year on 20 June to commemorate the “strength, courage, and perseverance of millions of refugees,” according to UNHCR – UN Refugee Agency.

UN Refugees Day

UN World Refugee Day – Social Media Reports

 

Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN)

Though support for music and other forms of cultural expression is often viewed as a low priority in humanitarian assistance programmes for refugees, AKMI believes that art and music offer a unique resource and can sustain hope and provide an intangible, yet indestructible link to cultural memory, which, eventually becomes the catalyst of cultural revitalisation.

 

UN & International Agencies

 

Canada Responds

 

USA Responds

 

UK & Europe Responds

 

Soccer

 

India & Asia Responds

 

In Numbers & Big Data

 

Google, Harvard & Others

 

A Full Lesson Plan

 

Research, Insight & Perspective by A. Maherali

2 thoughts

  1. The foundations who serve refugees in terms of shelters and other needs are really humanitarian. Their love, care and kindness for helpless people become the part of history. It cannot be forgotten in the human history.

    BABAR KHAN

    Saudi Arabia
    Jazan

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  2. I pray for all the very unfortunate poor and sick people, through the efforts of everyone to have the best
    future possible and this can be done when all fortunate people come together and work towards humanity and
    save all these people in see the light shine in their eyes for HOPE OF THEIR DREAMS which i pray will come true. Congratulations to all the Presidents who are playing their role for these people.

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