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The launch of Moving A Country ties in with Refugee Week 17th to 23rd June 2013– a week in which the many ways refugees have contributed to and become part of our rich history and heritage are highlighted, celebrated, and acknowledged; and a better understanding of why people seek sanctuary is promoted.

Refugee Week is an annual event which promotes positive images of refugees and celebrates the valuable contribution refugees make to Australian society. It is being celebrated from Sunday June to Saturday 20 June

"Afrikan Boy" Who Stole your Visa  youtube live : http://youtu.be/Tj3yN4Lyspw Refugee Week Celebrating Sanctuary London (Afrikan Boy)  youtube live : http://youtu.be/VV8RGMcw0kc 'Refugee Week' Celebrating Sanctuary London Media : http://www.demotix.com/news/5020144/refugee-week-celebrating-sanctuary-london#media-5020136 See Li Photo Capital www.seeliphotocapital.com http://seeliphotocapital.virb.com/ London Picture Capital http://londonpicturecapital.weebly.com/

"Afrikan Boy" Who Stole your Visa youtube live : http://youtu.be/Tj3yN4Lyspw Refugee Week Celebrating Sanctuary London (Afrikan Boy) youtube live : http://youtu.be/VV8RGMcw0kc 'Refugee Week' Celebrating Sanctuary London Media : http://www.demotix.com/news/5020144/refugee-week-celebrating-sanctuary-london#media-5020136 See Li Photo Capital www.seeliphotocapital.com http://seeliphotocapital.virb.com/ London Picture Capital http://londonpicturecapital.weebly.com/

Refugee Week 2015 – Celebrate: this resource celebrates the contribution of refugees to arts and culture in the UK. The activities enable young people aged 14 to 19 years old to learn more about refugees, and to consider contributions and celebration, also exploring how it might feel to have to flee your home; before creating their own art work and considering how art can contribute to a shared humanity.

Resources for Refugee Week 2015 with a focus on Celebrate these consider the contribution of refugees starting from a range of artists.

Refugee Week continues at DW Online with the celebrity edition review on the TV series Go Back To Where You Came From.

Refugee Week continues at DW Online with the celebrity edition review on the TV series Go Back To Where You Came From.

Refugee infographic. This makes me embarrassed by our government. No wonder the world is now looking at Australia as the MEAN country!

Felicity's Notes: Another example of good visual illustration to explain the reality of the Australian refugee "crisis"

Teaching Resources for Refugee Week

Teaching Resources for Refugee Week

Refugee Week: Editor's Letter. Read it at developingworldsonline dot com.

Refugee Week: Letter from the Editor - DW Online

Here’s a look at how the process usually unfolds, and how the government might be able to bring people over halfway through, and then complete the screenings on Canadian soil. (Global News)

Here’s how refugees are screened before arriving in Canada

This explains the extensive screening process refugees have to go through in order to relocate to Canada.

Refugee Week / Day PowerPoint Lesson / Assembly Presentation - 85 Slides

Refugee Week / Day PowerPoint Lesson / Assembly Presentation - 85 Slides

How to teach ... Refugee Week

How to teach ... Refugee Week

People arrive to Minkammen, South Sudan having crossed over the Nile River by night, Jan. Thousands of exhausted civilians are crowding into the fishing village of Minkammen, a once-tiny riverbank settlement of a few thatch huts 20 miles southwest of Bor.

It’s World Refugee Week. If you had moments to flee your home, what would you take with you?

Syrian Refugee Crisis: Letters From Young Refugees in Jordan

Library and Archives Canada - World Refugee Week 2010 Installation

Library and Archives Canada - World Refugee Week 2010 Installation

Zim Diaspora UK commemorate Refugee Week - http://zimbabwe-consolidated-news.com/2017/06/18/zim-diaspora-uk-commemorate-refugee-week/

Zim Diaspora UK commemorate Refugee Week - http://zimbabwe-consolidated-news.com/2017/06/18/zim-diaspora-uk-commemorate-refugee-week/