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My Name Is Not Refugee

Author : Kate Milner
ISBN : 1911370065
Genre : Children's stories
File Size : 34.34 MB
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The story asks rhe reader to imagine what it would feel like for them if they had to undergo similar experiences that refugee children have had when they have to leave their homes because it is not safe for them to live there anymore.
Category: Children's stories

My Name Is Sangoel

Author : Karen Williams
ISBN : 9780802853073
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 40.30 MB
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As a refugee from Sudan to the United States, Sangoel is frustrated that no one can pronounce his name correctly until he finds a clever way to solve the problem.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Use My Name

Author : James T. Jones
ISBN : 9781550223750
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 59.89 MB
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A unique biography of Jack Kerouac, which gives a greater understanding of the 'King of the Beats' by exploring the lives of the five people who knew him best: his daughter (Jan Kerouac), wives (Edie Parker, Joan Haverty, Stella Sampas) and nephew (Paul Blake, Jr). Not one of these people seem to have benefited from the connection, as the late Jan Kerouac amply demonstrates in her interview with the author. She discusses at length her 15 months as a prostitute, her own marital problems, her hospitalization, and her life as a writer, including a wild book tour for Baby Driver.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Practical Guide To Therapeutic Work With Asylum Seekers And Refugees

Author : Paul Cilia La Corte
ISBN : 9781784503345
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 72.74 MB
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The need to support refugees has never been more urgent, but how can everyone working with them provide consistently effective care? Written for a range of professionals including therapists, teachers, social workers, housing support workers and healthcare professionals, this essential guide offers a holistic, person-centred framework to ensure that all those working with refugees to provide them with excellent support. Informed by the authors' direct work with refugees, the book starts with a comprehensive introduction to understanding the underlying issues that lead to the complex needs of an asylum seeking client group. Using an easy-to-follow 'what?', 'why?' and 'how?' structure, within the four key phases of refugee experience. It also shows professionals how to sensitively address trauma, loss and separation with clients who are adjusting to a foreign culture and language using three core principles (therapeutic relationship, bearing witness and psycho-education). Informed and accessible, this guide will help you create a safe, welcoming environment for asylum seekers in all stages of their journey to improve their psychosocial wellbeing and mental health.
Category: Psychology

U S Refugee Program

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law
ISBN : PURD:32754075291090
Genre : Electronic books
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My Name Is Tani

Author : Tanitoluwa Adewumi
ISBN : 9780310112464
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 87.92 MB
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My Name is Tani: The Amazing True Story of One Boy’s Journey from Refugee to Chess Champion The story that is inspiring everyone! Soon to be a Paramount motion picture. Draw deep into the dramatic account of escape from terrorism. Tani Adewumi’s story begins amid Boko Haram’s reign of terror in Nigeria, but this doesn’t stop him from pursuing a most unlikely dream. At the age of eight, when Tani and his family’s lives are threatened, they are forced to flee for their lives and seek asylum. The odds were against Tani for ever finding a prosperous life in a foreign city, once enjoyed in his native Nigeria. But sometimes the unexpected is found in the most unlikely circumstances. As Tani’s family becomes a target for capture and killings, their miraculous escape takes them across an ocean to New York City. Tani’s father, who comes from a royal family and has left behind thirteen employees in Nigeria, becomes a dishwasher and an Uber driver to support his family. Tani’s mother, whose family helps to oversee the finances for a large Nigerian printing press, worked at a bank for more than eight years but is now training to become a home health aide. After eighteen months, the family is still at a shelter, unbeknownst to Tani’s classmates. One day Tani asks his parents if he can join the chess program. It seems unlikely since a fee is required. His mother writes to the coach, who offers Tani a scholarship. Tani jumps in to learn the game. The result is not only an unexpected twist of events in a chess competition but also the rescue of an entire family. In My Name is Tani, we witness the crossfire between miracle and mayhem. A young boy with only a dream in his heart recounts his harrowing escape from Boko Haram’s grips and changes his destiny in the process when he finds purpose in the most unlikely of places – a chess championship. In step with The Girl from Aleppo, and in the spirit of I am Malala, Tani’s story sheds light on living through terror. This story of community and hope recounts the lengths parents will go through to find safety for their family. It’s a story of what happens one you dare to dream.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Suitcase

Author : Julie Mertus
ISBN : 0520206347
Genre : History
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A collection of stories, essays, poems, and letters in which refugees from Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia discuss the impact the Yugoslav War has had on their lives.
Category: History

My Name Is Today

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ISBN : UOM:39015057960984
Genre : Children
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Category: Children

Refugee Boy

Author : Benjamin Zephaniah
ISBN : 9781408825402
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 28.94 MB
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Alem is on holiday with his father for a few days in London. He has never been out of Ethiopia before and is very excited. They have a great few days togther until one morning when Alem wakes up in the bed and breakfast they are staying at to find the unthinkable. His father has left him. It is only when the owner of the bed and breakfast hands him a letter that Alem is given an explanation. Alem's father admits that because of the political problems in Ethiopia both he and Alem's mother felt Alem would be safer in London - even though it is breaking their hearts to do this. Alem is now on his own, in the hands of the social services and the Refugee Council. He lives from letter to letter, waiting to hear from his father, and in particular about his mother, who has now gone missing... A powerful, gripping new novel from the popular Benjamin Zephaniah
Category: Juvenile Fiction

From Refugee To Obe

Author : Charles G. Strasser
ISBN : 1477223223
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Life of Charles Gad Strasser is well captured in the title, From Refugee to OBE. The reader will find not only a passionate personal story of one mans climbing of the mountain but also an important historical rendition from war-torn Europe to the flourishing industries and institutions, which have contributed to our current prosperous world. Charles Strasser fled from his native Czechoslovakia when he was eleven in 1938 just barely in advance of the Nazi war machine. Six years later, he joined the allied armies and participated in the final victory. Before his twenty-fifth birthday, he founded a company that would employ hundred and have an international scope, with ties to Germany, Japan, and many developing countries. While he excelled in business, it was for his many humanitarian services that he was awarded the distinction, Officer of the Order of the British Empire. He received his OBE from Her Majesty, the Queen, at an investiture in Buckingham Palace. The reader is invited to come along with Charles Strasser on his exciting journey from refugee to OBE.
Category: Biography & Autobiography