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For the love of squash: a story from Jordan

What does a group of Syrian refugee girls based in Jordan have to do with squash? Apparently, a lot. Find out how one organization is trying to create a better future for refugee children through the game of squash.

Fate tied to a passport: An inside look at one refugee aid worker’s life

What is the life of a refugee aid worker like? A great deal experience psychological trauma and even uncertainty in existence. Check out how one worker is affected by the refugee crisis and how it shapes her identity.

Jordan in the eyes of a stranger

One anthropology student looks to create a better future for those in need after some learned self-discoveries in a foreign land.