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How can refugees access the internet? Live from Davos, the UN Refugee Agency’s Kelly Clements on how #WEF17 leaders can connect refugees.
We're at the World Economic Forum in Davos talking with tech leaders about how to connect refugees.

We know that in some rural areas one in five refugees have no mobile coverage at all.

The digital revolution is transforming the world, but refugees in many places are being left behind. We can do better.

Learn more - [ Trib.al Link ]
Yusra Mardini is the youngest participant at Davos this year - and probably has one of the most remarkable stories to share.
For eight years Andrés and his wife Francisca have made a room available in their family’s small, tin-roofed home to shelter men, women and children who've fled murderous street gangs. [ Trib.al Link ]

Guatemala volunteer helps families fleeing street gangs

"I hope things will calm down in Syria, peace will return and families will be reunited."

War changed Kefaa's life, but still in Aleppo, she is keeping her dreams alive.
Refugees flee war and persecution. There are heroes out there supporting them. [ Trib.al Link ]
Psychological first aid as well as ongoing support is vital for Mosul torture survivors like Zaineb and her brother Haidar, abducted and accused of witchcraft and posting poetry.

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Refugee teen Yusra Mardini inspired the world at the Olympic Games. Now she's going to Davos to inspire World Economic Forum leaders to stand #WithRefugees, and she'll be answering your questions live on Facebook. Post your question for Yusra in the comments and tune in at 11.30am CET Wednesday 18 January to watch.
The first snow is falling in Lebanon, and Syrian refugees are being hit hard.

You can help us keep more Syrian refugees warm through this harsh winter: [ Unhcr.org Link ]
“Saving lives is the most urgent priority right now.”

Thousands of refugees and migrants are grappling with freezing conditions as severe winter weather sweeps across Europe. We are calling on governments to do more to help and protect them.

UNHCR calls for help for refugees facing European winter freeze

Got a question about refugees accessing the internet? Kelly Clements, UN Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees, will be at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland next week, talking to government and business leaders about innovative solutions to connect refugees - and she'll be speaking with you in a Facebook Live Q&A at 15.15 CET, Tuesday 17 January. Post your questions for Kelly in...
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Greece is experiencing its worst winter in 15 years.

We're working with the government to move refugees out of the cold and into heated shelters.

Asylum-seekers on the Aegean islands need to be urgently transferred to the Greek mainland.
Got a question for United Nations Refugees Chief Filippo Grandi?

He'll be speaking live on Facebook from the World Economic Forum in Switzerland next week, about the global refugee situation, and what leaders in Davos can do to help. Post your question below, and tune in at 17.30 CET on Thursday 19 January to watch.
"I am Yusra Mardini. I am a refugee and I am proud to stand for peace, decency and dignity for all fleeing violence."

The refugee Olympian who inspired the world is now calling on leaders at the World Economic Forum to stand #WithRefugees

Read more: [ Unhcr.org Link ]
“I want to say a big thank you to The Bike Project. They do something different for asylum-seekers and refugees. Learning how to cycle and how to fix bikes made me confident and happy.”

Life cycles: The project getting refugees cycling in London

Who do you know that dedicates their time to helping refugees? [ Trib.al Link ] #NansenAward
For a third generation, Somali refugees are being born in exile.

We must redouble our efforts to bring stability to Somalia so that approximately one million displaced people can return home.

'Growing hopelessness' grips 'forgotten' Somali refugees, warns UNHCR

"How can the young survive in these cold conditions?"

Hassan and his family were forced to flee war in Aleppo, Syria. He dreams of being able to fend for his family once again.
Nduta Camp, Tanzania has been allowed to expand from an original 50,000 people to 70,000 in 2016, in order to accommodate the increasing number of new arrivals from Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. We're working hard to make sure essential facilities are in place to keep families safe and well.
A fascinating Q&A with UNHCR’s senior mental health officer, getting to grips with some of the myths about refugees and mental health.

Q&A: Far from being traumatized, most refugees are 'surprisingly resilient'