Refugees

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Refugees

  1. 1. REFUGEES
  2. 2. REFUGEES STATUSRefugee is a person who owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted forreasons of race, religion, nationality,membership of a particular social group, orpolitical opinion, is outside the country ofhis nationality, and is unable to or, owing tosuch fear, is unwilling to avail himself of theprotection of that country, according toUnited Nations.
  3. 3. War RefugeesReligious PoliticalRefugees Refugees Refugees Weather Refugees
  4. 4. Weather Refugees
  5. 5. REFUGEES STATUSAn asylum seeker is someone who is seekingthe refugee status.
  6. 6. REFUGEES STATUSAn Internally Displaced Person (IDP) isessentially a refugee inside their owncountry. Ex: A certain city is unsafe for acertain religion, so those citizens moveelsewhere within the same country.
  7. 7. AGENCIES League of Nations Nansen International Office for Refugees Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees under the Protection of the League United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration International Refugee Organization United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  8. 8. AGENCIES
  9. 9. AGENCIES125 countriesStaff: more than 7,500 peopleMore than 33,9 million people
  10. 10. REFUGEE CAMPSA refugee camp is a temporary settlement built toreceive refugees, provisionally. Although somerefugee camps have existed for decades.Camps in the east of Chad, such as Breidjing Camp, host approximately250,000 refugees from Darfur, a region in Sudan, since 2002.
  11. 11. REFUGEE CAMPS Breidjing Camp
  12. 12. How could the internationalcommunity improve the difficult situation of refugees?
  13. 13. IT’S TIME TO MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

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