TED talk on the importance of providing education for refugee children
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This TED talk by Melissa Fleming, Head of Communications at UN’s High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), makes the case for education as a critical part of helping refugee children thrive.
Through sharing the stories of individual children she has met in her work, Fleming provides a humanized understanding of the refugee crises in different parts of the world, and calls for support and investment in helping refugee children get the education they need to rebuild their worlds, and find hope again.
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