UNHCR has a global network of information officers and others who report daily on the agency’s varied activities on behalf of uprooted people around the world. This information is released locally to media and others, or sent to Geneva headquarters for editing before it is released in the form of press releases, web stories or by the UNHCR spokesperson at twice-weekly briefings at the Palais des Nations, the UN’s European headquarters. UNHCR’s presence in more than 125 countries, including in some of the most remote and difficult places on Earth, gives it access to news and information that are not available from anyone else. Our global communications network strives to provide timely, accurate and newsworthy information on all of the UNHCR’s activities to generate awareness of and support for the refugee cause. First-hand reports, feature stories and graphics from distant field operations as well as from Geneva headquarters and world capitals are posted daily on the UNHCR website, making it an authoritative source on some of the biggest news events of the day.
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Upcoming Training Courses
The Spirit of Practice: Worldwork Facilitation for our Times [Flyer]
Autumn Intensive in London
October 12-17, 2018
Annual Facilitation for Leaders course [Flyer]
Modular Training Course in London
2018 - 2019
CFOR follow-up courses [Flyer]
Worldwork Series and Dojo in London
Various dates in 2018 and 2019 (please consult the flyer)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for applications or any questions.
Events and News
Seminar with Arlene and Jean-Claude Audergon
Jean-Claude and Arlene Audergon are giving a 2 day seminar in Bonn, Germany on October 26 and 27 2018: "Inner Work as pathway to your inner and outer world". You can find the flyer here.
Seminar with Arnold and Amy Mindell
Your Dreams, Body and Dreambody’s Message for our World: Arnold and Amy Mindell at the C.G. Jung Club, London, 27 & 28 April 2019 (Saturday and Sunday), from 10.00 – 5.30. See the flyer here.
USA - Montgomery Alabama
We visited the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum.
See Arlene's blogpost:
'Back in the USA' - Bryan Stevenson's contribution to our needed conversation about Truth and Reconciliation
Recent article: ‘Contribution of worldwork methodology for violence prevention and community recovery after mass violence: An example from Rwanda’, in Psychotherapy and Politics International, John Wiley and Sons. [ Click Here ]
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