refugees


5 articles you should read on World Refugee Day

Today is World Refugee Day!   Since the year 2000 June 20th is World Refugee Day. It is a day to honour people’s strength and endurance, a day to show solidarity and a day to educate ourselves about what it means to be a refugee. refugee /rɛfjʊˈdʒiː/ noun refugee; plural […]


Petitions: A time for Slacktivism

A time for Slacktivism   slacktivism /ˈslaktɪvɪz(ə)m/ Noun INFORMAL the practice of supporting a political or social cause by means such as social media or online petitions. Characterized as involving very little effort or commitment.   There are many positive stories that have emerged from our current scenario. Touching acts […]


#LeaveNoOneBehind
How to start a movement in less than a month

Only four weeks ago Four weeks doesn’t seem like a long time ago. But everyone who has spent the past four weeks in self-isolation will agree, that it feels like an eternity. Even though the Virus had already killed hundreds of people in Italy at that time, most of us […]


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Behind every great project, there’s an idea. Sometimes the problem is just to get the idea out there. This month we want to show you how an idea worth spreading, combined with a little bit of action, can turn into a project, that touches people’s lives. Martin Knoflach, a kindergarten teacher […]


Chancen:reich – integration worth spreading!

It’s a very hot day on Wednesday June 29th. A big crowd has gathered in front of “Halle E+G” at Museumsquartier in Vienna. Most of them are refugees. All of them are here for the same reason: They are hoping to find a job at Austria’s first job fair for […]


Win the game of inequality.
An interview with Matthew Cooke.
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Matthew Cooke – What if you could win at life? Matthew Cooke has been working for many years as an actor, film director and writer and his work has also won the Best Writing Award from the International Documentary Association. Matthew has been invited to speak at the University of […]