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16 March 2012
As a Palestine refugee who grew up in Lebanon, Abdullah always faced significant barriers to getting both an education and a job. UNRWA’s programmes for refugee youth gave him a chance to achieve more.
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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.
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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”.
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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.”
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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.
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