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The Global Refugee Crisis Is at a Tipping Point… And YOU Can Help!

Imagine closing the front door to your home behind you, and not knowing if or when you’ll ever return.

This is exactly what has happened to the more than 65 million people around the world who’ve been forcibly displaced from their homes due to war and violence. That’s the equivalent of 1 in 113 people on the planet, a scale that’s almost unimaginable.

That’s why we’re supporting the heroic work of the International Rescue Committee, who responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.

In the current political climate, your voice in more important than ever. Let’s stand together for refugees, so that all the world’s people have a home, safe home.

 

Forced Out of Home

For many, home means feeling safe and comfortable. But imagine being uprooted for reasons beyond your control, never knowing if you’ll be able to return. For millions of people across the world, feelings of home have become a distant memory.

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People Behind the Numbers

All too often the refugee debate involves mind-boggling numbers and far-off places. What can be forgotten is that behind every number there’s a story — a person with hopes, dreams and aspirations just like our own. Now is the time to remember our humanity and that everyone deserves a place to call home.

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Your Chance to Make a Difference

Sometimes the news can feel overwhelming, making it all too easy to turn away. But right now, we’re facing a defining moment.

The historic legislation currently being discussed by the European Union could provide safe and legal routes for vulnerable refugees to reach safety and rebuild their lives.

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The legislation, aka the ‘Union Resettlement Framework’, gives our leaders an opportunity to come together and agree on a coordinated, humanitarian response to the refugee crisis. With a focus on resettling those most vulnerable, it will allow us to help more people rebuild their future by welcoming them through a safe and legal route.

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