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A new responsibility to provide Gordon Brown Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; UN Special Envoy for Global Education and Chair of the Education Commission

Addressing Human Trafficking and Exploitation in Times of Crisis Evidence and Recommendations for Further Action to Protect Vulnerable and Mobile Populations I July 2015 International Organization for Migration

Trafficking In Persons Report: June 2016 United States of America Department of State

Parliamentary Assembly Doc. 9996,Education of refugees and internally displaced persons 17 November 2003 Committee on Culture, Science and Education; Rapporteur: Mr Rafael Huseynov, Azerbaijan, Liberal, Democratic and Reformers’ Group

Resilience & Recovery After WAR: Refugee children and families in the United states American Psychologist Association

Health of Refugees and Internally Displaced Peoples Leah Persky and Zaravshon Zukhurova

"“When I Picture My Future, I See Nothing” Barriers to Education for Syrian Refugee Children in Turkey" Human Rights Watch

"During WWII, European refugees fled to Syria. Here's what the camps were like." Evan Taparata and Kuang Keng Kuek Ser

"Nepal one year on: slow progress leaves huge numbers of children still out of school" A World At School

"Salupongan International: Fighting for the rights of indigenous people" Malou Liwanag-Bledsoe

"Rwanda: Know Your Rights - the Right to All-Round Education" Elizabeth Buhungiro

"Community Strategies for Healing War Trauma: The Bhutanese Refugee Experience" Anne Dutton

"The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 66: How Do We Make the Promise a Reality?" Ariel Smilowitz and Monika Johnso

"The end of human rights" Stephen Hopgood

"Gambia: What Do We Know About Human Rights and Health" Dr Azadeh

"Mindfulness Retreat for Educators: First Talk" Thich Naht Hanh

"Culturally Responsive Teaching" Brown University

"Mindful Teachers: Living, Learning and Teaching with Mindful Awareness" Mindful Teachers

"Dharma Talks on Compassion" Thich Nhat Hanh

"Mindfulness and Trauma: An Interview with John Briere, Ph.D." Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D.

"Working with Trauma: Mindfulness and Compassion" John Briere

"Trauma-Informed Approach and Trauma-Specific Interventions" SAMHSA

"Tips for Teaching Human Rights Law" Nora Helal

"Culture, Health and Literacy: A Guide to Health Education Materials for Adults with Limited English Skills" Julie McKinney and Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi

"Picture Stories for Adult ESL Health Literacy" Kate Singleton

"ABC’s for Tutors: 26 Teaching Tips" Shirley Brod, Spring Institute for International Studies

"Research-based Health Literacy Materials and Instruction Guide - Beginning ABE and ESL Levels" LINCS Literacy Information and Communication System

"Mental Health and the Adult Refugee: The Role of the ESL Teacher" Adkins, Myrna Ann; Sample, Barbara; Birman, Dina

"No one can define you" Deborah Anne Quibel

"Never Give Up" The Dalai Lama

"Song for the Beautiful Season" Robert Desnos

"Peace is Every Step" Thich Naht Hanh

"It's a Marshmallow World" Murphy Williams

"How to Make a Sno-Cone" Excerpt from "My Family and Other Hazards: A Memoir” (2014) June Melby: junemelby.com