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World Refugee Day 2018:4 Words to Open the World.
Pope Francis has urged the global community to adopt a shared response to the global refugee situation that may be articulated in four words: welcome, protect, promote and integrate. This World Refugee Day, the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) and Entreculturas are building upon Pope Francis’s words to advocate for refugee education with the campaign 

4 Words to Open the World.

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Bangladesh: Psychosocial support for Rohingya children
Cox’s Bazaar, 29 June 2018 – Joint JRS and Caritas staff particpated in a pyschosocial support workshop in preparation of the launch of six child friendly spaces (CFS) in Teknaf refugee camp, Bangladesh.
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Lebanon: Returning to childhood
Beirut, 25 June 2018 – The sound of elated voices can be heard down the street. Joyful exclamations and laughs bounce between building and back alley. These are the sounds of children at recess: playing house or make-believe, spinning tops, and climbing on jungle-gyms.
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Chad: To be a child again
Goz Beïda, 22 June 2018 – More than half of school-aged refugee children in Chad are not enrolled in school.  Many of the more than 100,000 unenrolled children were born in refugee camps after their families fled conflict in their native Darfur.
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World Refugee Day: 4 Words to Open the World
Rome, 20 June 2018 Pope Francis has urged the global community to adopt a shared response to the global refugee situation that may be articulated in four words: welcome, protect, promote and integrate.
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