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.@SusanAnderson68 shares her thoughts on why asylum seekers on Manus & Nauru should be brought to Australia.
Moses Mukitale from @WorldVisionUg shares the hope that Child Friendly Spaces provide @ #BidiBidi refugee settlement https://t.co/IDcEOVosQo
Read about how women like Madeleine in #Chad are working in groups with #WorldVision for the wellbeing of children https://t.co/cuQGbI3gpU
World Vision stands with all those people calling for an end to offshore detention. #EvacuateNow https://t.co/gDTpZkcMTA
4 years of offshore detention is 4 years to many. Vigils around the country tonight will call on the Govt to #EvacuateNow & #BringThemHere
4 years is too long. Time to end offshore detention. We need a humane solution for more than 2000 asylum-seekers https://t.co/G3JqRkcCZK
4 years on & people are still languishing in limbo on #ManusIsland & #Nauru. Sign our petition to #bringthemhere https://t.co/gDTpZkcMTA
It's #MandelaDay. South African born Rory Ellis’ blog looks at impact Nelson Mandela has on his work at #WorldVision https://t.co/oNG8LZJedF
World Vision & @jackywinter asked 40 artists to create an original artwork for the @40HourFamine theme #displacement https://t.co/uM6Y8eENSX
Rona was excited to be 1 of 50 children in a #WorldVision program to plant 4,300 mangroves along her community’s shore in the #Philippines.