HOW TO SOLVE THE REFUGEE CRISIS The Economist 2018 (4.39) The refugee crisis is one of the most pressing challenges for the world today: around 1 person in 100 is a refugee. David Miliband, a former British foreign secretary, offers his thoughts on how to solve it.
WHO IS A REFUGEE? UNHCR Teaching About Refugees 2017 (3.07) Find more educational materials on www.unhcr.org/teaching-about-refugees.
BEING A REFUGEE IS NOT A CHOICE: Carina Hoang TEDx Talks 2014 (15.48) Refugees are often marginalised, their humanity ignored as their stories go untold. In this remarkable and emotional talk, however, author and former refugee Carina Hoang discusses her experience as a "boat person". It's a powerful account that is impossible to ignore.
JEWISH VS PALESTINIAN REFUGEES ConfuseMeWithFacts 2012 (3.01) You think you really know about the Palestinian refugees? This short animated clip covers the story of how they became refugees and why they have stayed that way. It also shows the history of Jewish refugees from Arab lands -- a story that's been ignored -- until now.
WHY ARE THERE STILL PALESTINIAN REFUGEES? PragerU 2016 (4.22) It's been seven decades since the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, and yet there are still an estimated 4 million Palestinian refugees...and zero Jewish refugees. With so many nearby Arab allies of the Palestinians, how did this happen? What does it say about Israel? What does it say about its Arab neighbors? Dumisani Washington, Diversity Outreach Coordinator for Christians United for Israel, explains.
AN ARAB-CHRISTIAN DIPLOMAT AND ATTORNEY SPEAKS ABOUT ARABS, JEWS AND PEACE
Medisraelforfred 1 Oct 2014, 30.12 On September 27, 2014, at an event hosted by Med Israel for Fred (With Israel for peace) in the House of Literature, Oslo, a captivating speech was given by George Deek, an Arab-Christian who served as Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of Israel in Norway. The text has been excerpted due to space limitations.
THE UN REFUGEE AGENCY: OUR STORY UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency 20188 (5.54)
Those whose lives have been uprooted and torn apart by conflict or natural disaster, UNHCR exists to help them. This is our story.
The High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) was established in December 1950. The Second World War left over one million refugees far from home and governments in need of assistance to coordinate the crisis. UNHCR was created to help. The founders thought their task would only take three years but new conflicts broke out and more families were forced flee their homes. In 1951 we started with 34 employees.
ANGELINA JOLIE TALK ABOUT UNHCR WORKS 2009 (6.28)
A WORLD IN CRISIS UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency 2015 (4.31)
"The number of people globally displaced by conflict every single day has nearly quadrupled in that time – from almost 11,000 in 2010 to 42,500 last year." - UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres
The global refugee crisis is so great that the UN refugee agency and other agencies are struggling to respond to and meet all the humanitarian needs they face.
There were now more than 60 million refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced persons in the world.
Fifteen new conflicts have broken out or flared up again in the last five years without any of the old ones getting resolved.
THE LAUNCH OF UNHCR’S GLOBAL TRENDS REPORT PRESS CONFERENCE Ninette Kelley, Director of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), on the launch of UNHCR’s Global Trends Report 2018 (16.17)
TO BE A REFUGEE (UNHCR) ActiveVoice1 2010 (8.06) In this video, three young refugee children vividly show viewers the conditions in which they live and the experiences theyve had leaving home. To see the whole video, please visit: http://www.viewingprotection.org/2008....
EDUCATION FOR REFUGEE CHILDREN: UNHCR WORKING WITH EDUCATE A CHILD Australia for UNHCR 2014 (7.00) Hundreds of thousands of refugee children around the world do not have access to education. Working together, Educate a Child and UNHCR have made it possible for 266,000 refugee children to attend school in 12 countries.
AFTER 70 YEARS, WHO ARE THE PALESTINIAN REFUGEES? BBC News (6.14) Donald Trump says he has a peace plan that will solve the Arab-Israeli conflict for good, he calls it the "deal of the century". But Palestinian refugees living in neighbouring countries fear they areot going to be part of it – particularly those in Lebanon. With restricted work and property rights, there are few options nfor them outside returning home.
So after 70 years of waiting, and four generations, what does it mean now to be a Palestinian refugee?
The BBC’s Paul Adams travelled to Burg Al-Barajneh camp in Beirut to meet them. Video by Olivia Lace-Evans
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A REFUGEE? Benedetta Berti and Evelien Borgman TED-Ed- 2016 (5.42) About 60 million people around the globe have been forced to leave their homes to escape war, violence and persecution. The majority have become Internally Displaced Persons, meaning they fled their homes but are still in their own countries. Others, referred to as refugees, sought shelter outside their own country. But what does that term really mean?
WHO IS A REFUGEE?
Why do we distinguish between Palestinian and other refugees?
Why have Arab refugees from Israel not resettled but are still regarded as a problem?
Why does the UN have two refugee organisations, one for the Palestinians and one for the rest of the world?
MUHAMED ASSAF - ENGLISH (VIMEO) David Bedein 2019 (5.50)
UNRWA ( United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees )
UNRWA GOES TO WAR David Bedein (15.38)
About children showing their military training,spilling their blood and martyrdom to return to Palestine.
WHAT DOES THE UN TEACH PALESTINIAN CHILDREN AT UNRWA SCHOOLS? ASKDrBrown, 2014 (12.14) What does the UN teach Palestinian children at UNRWA schools? (H/T to Israel Resource News Agency, Center for Near East Policy Research)
UNRWA: FOR PALESTINE REFUGEES unrwausa 2015 (3.17)
THE UNRWA ROAD TO TERROR: PALESTINIAN CLASSROOM INCITEMENT David Bedein 2016 (9.55)
INSIDE THE UNRWA CLASSROOM MIDLENGTH David Bedein 2015 (12.56)
THE LEGACY OF UNRWA - ENGLISH David Bedein 2017 (15.45)
CAMP JIHAD David Bedein 2014 (18.30) This video is about Camp Jihad - filmed on location in UNRWA Palestinian refugee camps in the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem during the summer of 2013. The film was produced by the Center for Near East Policy Research to expose dangerous UNRWA policies and practices.
UNRWA commenced its Education Reform in 2010 with the strategic view to improve school education services for Palestine refugee school children; the strategy touches on staff professional development, curriculum enrichment and development and better provision of services for students with special needs.
The Agency is working on improving partnerships and communication, school governance including monitoring and evaluation and strategic planning and management, in addition to promoting evidenced-based and informed decisions through research and better management of data.
UNRWA EDUCATION SUPPORTS THREE GENERATIONS OF PALESTINE REFUGEES UNRWA 2016 (2.47)
THE LEGACY OF UNRWA
UNRWA IN JERUSALEM: ANATOMY OF CHAOS ENGLISH David Bedein 2019 (11.07)
PALESTINIAN CHILDREN'S TV TEACHES TERRORISM, ANTI-SEMITISM Rebeel Media 3026 (6.38) TheRebel.media's Middle East correspondent Igal Hecht talks to Itamar Marcus, Director of Palestinian Media Watch.
He offers shocking examples of Palestinian Arabic-language children's television programming, which encourages children to be martyrs, and kill Jews and non-Muslims.
In one clip, children sing, "Oh explosive device of glory, with her blood she created freedom."
A little boy in fatigues says he wants to be an engineer "so he can blow up the Jews." The Koranic message that Jews are "monkeys and pigs" is frequently broadcast.
Of course, this brainwashing also takes place beyond the TV screen: In one remarkable clip, a bystander berates an imam for trying to indoctrinate some children on the street.
ONCE MORE - PALESTINIAN TV PROMOTING CHILD SOLDIERS ziv121213 2015 (1.23)
GLORIFYING PALESTINIAN CHILD SOLDIERS Israel Advocacy Movement 2016 (8.49)
Palestinians regularly encourage and force their children to launch terror attacks against Israel. While the world invests huge resources in preventing the use of child soldiers in combat zones, it ignores or encourages the use of Palestinian children against Israel.