Refugee youth living in camps shine a light on fostering community in spite of difficult circumstances.
With over 15 million refugees worldwide, some are flipping the script on camp hardships. Between rugby clubs and digital storytelling, refugees are innovating to create a sense of normalcy but can they thrive in the camps? From Kenya to Jordan, the youth behind refugee-led projects join The Stream to paint a picture of community life.
In this episode, we speak to:
Rabie El Masri
Founder and director of the Palestinian Rugby Project
Mercy Corps volunteer at the Za’atari camp, Jordan
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