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Refugee Week 2023 Theme: Finding Freedom  

Why does Refugee Week have a theme?   The Refugee Week theme has a number of important functions:  It raises awareness of the issues affecting refugees. The theme aims to highlight aspects of the refugee experience and...

Evaluation of Refugee Week 2022

Evaluation of Refugee Week 2022

In 2022, Refugee Week was held from 19 – 25 June 2022. Due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Refugee Week was a hybrid celebration with both in-person and online events.Through the generous...

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Ambassadors

Bookings for Refugee Week 2023 will be made available soon. Please complete an inquiry form for our year-round Face-to-Face program.

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Resources

Featuring Midnight Traveler, For Sama, Watan, Rosemary's Way and Human Flow

Films

There are so many amazing films focused on the lives and experiences of refugees. Check out some of our recommendations.

For Refugee Week, many filmmakers give access to their films to our supporters!

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Books

We’ve curated a range of excellent fiction and non-fiction books for you to read this Refugee Week. Be sure to snap a photo and share it across social media using the hashtag #RefugeeWeek. MEMOIRS &...

RCOA fact sheet: Refugee Myths & Facts

RCOA fact sheet: Refugee Myths & Facts

Your questions answered. Who is a refugee? ‘Refugee’ is used commonly to refer to people who are forced to leave their homes for many reasons, including conflict and violence. Sometimes it is used to also refer to a...