Religion and the Refugee: Part 3

This is the final installment of a three part series on Religion and the Refugee. Visit the following links for the introduction to the series, part 1, and part 2.  Religion Renews the Refugee So far in this series we have discussed the definition of a refugee and how persecution on the basis of one’s…

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Refugee Infographic: March

This month’s infographic includes an explanation of the EU-Turkey Deal, as well as a sneak peak of upcoming articles on Faith and Forced Migration. Enjoy! Visit these links to read more about the stories highlighted in the infographic: EU-Turkey Deal: The Silver Lining Syrian Conflict: 5 Years of Chaos (and Hope) Team Refugee Olympic Athletes

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Religion and the Refugee: Part 2

This is part two in a three part series on Religion and the Refugee. For the introduction to the series click here, and for part one click here.  Religion Creates the Refugee Religion is an integral part of the refugee’s definition under international law; religion defines the refugee. Today, I want to dig even deeper…

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Religion and the Refugee: Part 1

This is part one in a three part series on religion and the refugee. For the introduction to this series click here. Religion Defines the Refugee Religion is an integral piece of the definition of a refugee under international law. According to the 1951 Convention that legally defined what a refugee is and the rights…

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EU-Turkey Deal: The Silver Lining

Image Source: Vera Kratochvil After five years of civil war in Syria, with the flood of refugees and migrants into Europe continuing unabated, it is high time for a solution. The EU-Turkey deal, unanimously approved yesterday, claims to be that solution. However, many individuals, including humanitarian aid workers, academics, and politicians have spoken out against…

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Series: Religion and the Refugee

To find the other installments in this series on religion and the refugee, visit the following links. Religion defines the refugee, religion creates the refugee, religion renews the refugee.  Religion and the refugee. It’s really just another way of phrasing the name of this blog: Faith and Forced Migration. In today’s climate the subject of…

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