Tag Archives: refugees

Why does one man risk his life to serve his community? Because he has seen the need—and he cannot close his eyes
Dr Evan Atar Adaha, based in Bunj, South Sudan runs a hospital serving an area the size of Switzerland...
Nansen Refugee Award: coming together to drive change
Many of us have our basic needs taken care of; a secure home, good health, a regular income, our...
When goodness gives good: An interview with a child of war
Interview by Sandra Kicińska & Dominik Kielban During our IWitness trip in Amman we met a lot of amazing people...
War Child in Jordan: light in the darkness
No child should be part of war. Ever. But they are, in fact, in many places in the world....
Hope in Grandma
The people which I met today have witnessed many attacks on their home, their families, friends, neighbours. They had...
An evening to remember at the Nansen Refugee Award #WithRefugees
In June 1921, the Council of the League of Nations, spurred by the Red Cross and other organisations, instituted...
Jars of hope in western Thailand
“Sawasdee, Ka!” It was the first word that I heard when the IWitness team from IKEA Indonesia arrived in...
Growing Together with the children of one of the oldest refugees camps in the world
Today is the second day of the IKEA Indonesia IWitness team’s visit to Mae Sot, Thailand. We spent the...
Different challenges for refugees in Austria and Jordan
IKEA Austria reflect on their experience in Jordan and comparisons to the situation for refugees in Austria: By Sonja...