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Sharing good practices in education

A workshop on ‘sharing of good practices in education’ was organized by the Migrant Learners’ Unit and supported by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Office in Malta on Thursday 7th December.

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Malta can lead, not follow

Malta can also do its part. For a long time, on some issues of refugee rights, Malta has lagged behind and showed resistance to change. In this Malta can take the lead and work towards finding solutions for individuals.

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Forced displacement worldwide at its highest in decades

War, violence and persecution have uprooted more men, women and children around the world than at any time in the seven-decade history of UNHCR according to a report published today.

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In Pictures: Employment Activity by UNHCR and Hilton Hotel Malta

Apart from UNHCR’s advocacy role in Malta, UNHCR engages in a number of integration initiatives such as organizing regular refugee consultation group meetings. During these meetings UNHCR consults with refugees to gain feedback on the work of UNHCR with regard to integration and other areas of interest. They also serve as a platform which facilitates networking between refugees and local key stakeholders. The participation of refugees is at the very core of this activity.

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