A Guide to the Freedom Project: What does Freedom mean to you?

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A Guide to the Freedom Project: What does Freedom mean to you?

Create an installation in your community where people can share their answers to the question: What does freedom mean to you? How to: Get a large banner—could be a piece of paper or a movable white Read more [...]

Rwanda 20 Years Ago

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Rwanda 20 Years Ago

Photo credit: Refugees made makeshift crosses to honor those who died in the Benaco Refugee Camp. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post). Originally posted as part of 11 Powerful Images from Read more [...]

#ActToEndGenocide: April is Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month

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#ActToEndGenocide: April is Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month

In 2005, I attended a meeting at a Portland, OR coffee shop with half a dozen other people to discuss creating a Genocide Awareness Week. We didn’t know each other, but we knew we had to do something Read more [...]

Camp Darfur: Traveling Educational Exhibit

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Camp Darfur: Traveling Educational Exhibit

While Camp Darfur may seem exhausting and it’s definitely labor intensive, I love taking the Camp to various community events, schools, and universities. It’s one of the greatest educational and outreach Read more [...]

Expanding Human Rights Education for Refugees

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Expanding Human Rights Education for Refugees

It’s been a while since we’ve given an update on the R2E Library, so here it is! We’ve recently returned from checking in on the Library in both camps Djabal and Goz Amer. R2E Librarians Rahma, Umbda Read more [...]