Tag Archives: refugees

The Champs-Élysées of Za’atari
Shopping in Paris is so last year; real innovation is to be found in Za’atari refugee camp. The people...
Looking at the stars in Amman
“What I miss most from Syria? My kitchen! And the neighbourhood where we lived.” Um Malek doesn’t have to...
Look me in the eyes and I will tell you who you are
In Amman registration centre, 3,000 refugees who are not living in a camp pass by daily. In fact, our...
Loads of questions
I just said goodbye to my kids (eight-year-old Ella and five-year-old Robbe) and my husband. The kids actually didn’t...
Your mission is to follow us to one of the largest refugee-hosting countries in the world
As we commemorate World Refugee Day this week a group of IKEA Belgium IWitnesses will travel to Jordan with...
Inspiration at breakfast
Yesterday morning we met with Aqueela Asifi, her husband and their youngest daughter for breakfast. It was a breakfast...
The Nansen Awards 2015
Today, we could attend the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award in Geneva – What a rollercoaster of emotions. On the...
In the end, money matters
After the past three days, our heads are swirling with so many different impressions. So many good and encouraging,...
Electricity, Mr. Einstein and Mr. English
The first impression I get from Azraq refugee camp is very different to Zaatari. There is no town nearby;...