The 2022 UNHCR #NansenAward Global Laureate Dr. Angela Merkel put words into action when - under her leadership - Germany welcomed more than 1.2 million refugees at the height of the Syria crisis. https://t.co/6nP8BpmQ1N
Fled conflict in the DR Congo.
Spent years in a refugee camp.
Sought asylum in Sweden.
Represented his new country at Eurovision.
And recently inspired us all at the #NansenAward ceremony!
Thank you @tusseofc for including us in your incredible journey. https://t.co/u9AwsbloPE
Despite rising prices and lack of food in the market compounding the ration cuts, some refugees in Algeria's camps are finding ways to provide nutritious food to their families.
All thanks to this TV show by a fellow refugee. https://t.co/OFBY9qZ8w8
"I’ve given my all, devoted my life to (helping) women escape violence.”
Vicenta González has made it her mission to help local and refugee women escape abuse and make a fresh start.
She's our #NansenAward regional winner for the Americas. https://t.co/iokhgHfbsy
Education can unlock the dreams of refugee children.
Through our partnership with @eaa_foundation we are making sure refugee children have the tools they need to go to primary school. 📚✏🗒👕
Everyone, including refugees, has the #RightToLearn. https://t.co/Y6BMUivS9D
🍫 Founder of a cacao cooperative.
🏆 #NansenAward Regional Winner for the Americas.
Vicenta González is a women's rights advocate and activist whose coop empowers local and asylum-seeking women. Her work inspires us all. https://t.co/GGYwipRVNz
They are courageous.
They are tenacious.
They save lives.
They protect livelihoods.
They care for a local environment that is increasingly under threat due to climate change.
The Mbera Fire Brigade is our #NansenAward regional winner for Africa. https://t.co/QPvNpFDDow