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refugees

Rhythms with Refugees: striking a chord with Jordan’s displaced communities

Jordan hosts one of the biggest refugee population with many displaced communities from all over the world. Check out how a musician is actually bringing these communities together through the art of culture and traditions.

Discussion to stay WOKE: how to deal with labels and a questioning self-identity in a world of globalization and migration?

People seem to be becoming more and more divided. In a world where labels are key to our society, are labels even necessary and can we actually get rid of the stigma behind it?

A new look into education: how to deal with a refugee climate

In a world where refugees and migration are prominant subjects, how should the development and education sector react to this? One university is looking to tackle this through a one-of-a-kind program.

Forced to flee to hope: story of the Arabian refugees

How does one person look to create a better country and nation by educating young minds?

The Champ Camp: weightlifting their way into the future

Check out how one sports enthusiast looks to create change with weightlifting, refugees, and the power for change.

Fighting for basic human rights: a diasporic journey of Jordan societies

One woman chose to leave her whole life behind to fight for the rights of the Jordanian society.