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Palestine refugee youth unearth the history of their camp
15 March 2012
Ahmad Al-Jariri always knew he was a refugee from Palestine. But growing up in Jordan, he didn’t witness the Nakba (“catastrophe”) with his own eyes – the initial exodus of Palestine refugees from their homes and land in 1948.
Getting down to business in Khan Dunoun refugee camp
14 March 2012
On a quiet street in Khan Dunoun, a Palestine refugee camp near Damascus, a colourful banner stands out: “Lotus for Women’s Hairdressing and Beauty”.
Scholarships offer talented students a chance at a better future
13 March 2012
“When food or money is given, it is spent. It lasts only a short time. When students are enabled to go to university, it builds them as people and builds them for future life.”
Khan Al Ahmar students: We're still in school
13 March 2012
Upon hearing about demolition threats against Khan Al Ahmar school in the West Bank, students at Our Lady of the Assumption in the United States sprung into action.
Engaging youth: Palestine refugees in a changing Middle East
12 March 2012
UNRWA Spokesperson Chris Gunness: One year after the start of a tumultuous twelve months in the Middle East, where have these momentous events left increasingly marginalised Palestine refugee youth?