Tuesday, March 8, 2016


Subjects such as refugees
 deserve to be treated
despite being so delicate.

It is more easy to speak about climate change and pollution
than discuss issues involving the suffering of so many people
but children should know what awaits his generation.

In a century so fast where events accumulate
the history should not be satisfied with past knowledge
because the present is so ephemeral
 that not enough time for processing.

Children can imagine possible solutions
in their discussions or conversations
and can surprise us with their views.

Unicef | Malak and the Boat from André Holzmeister on Vimeo.

The published data and maps are quickly outdated
but this interactive map can be very enlightening.

 World Migration IOM 

Interesting links:

 How to work the Refugee Issue with the children?

 12 ways of working the Solidarity and Global Citizenship 

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