Learning more about . . .
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Courtesy, United Nations
Do YOU know the
S u f f e r i n g s
a n d
H a r d s h i p s
R E F U G E E S ?
Angelina Jolie knows . . .
. . . first hand!
Sadako Ogata Certainly Knew!
Gone but Never Forgotten!
Sadako Ogata, First Female UN Refugee Chief
16 September 1927 – 22 October 2019
Courtesy, Photograph: Erik de Castro/Reuters
Quiet spoken, courteous and polite . . . but
direct and persuasive in her negotiations:
Her steadfast, unwavering Humanity
permeated throughout all Nations!
Sadako Ogata was widely known as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) from 1991 to 2000, as well as in her capacities as Chair
President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
from 2003 to 2012. She also served as Advisor of the
Executive Committee of the Japan Model United Nations (JMUN).
Learn more about the Life and Legacy of
Has the World forgotten that . . .
. . . "refugee status"
be a . . .
Normal Way of Life?!
In the 21st Century and new Millennium,
vast numbers of refugees around
the world have already
increased far beyond what
could have ever been imagined.
"Refugee Status:" A Hardship for Children!
Courtesy, UNCHR - Jordan Bears Burden of Syrian Refugees: http://www.voanews.com/content/article/1527405.html
Scores of helpless populations – into the “millions” – continue to seek refuge in every corner of the globe. And with such
tremendous numbers of peoples
pouring out across borders,
the reality of the dynamics
and needs of refugees
is a wake-up call to the entire global
community. No Nation – great or small –
can turn a blind eye to the refugee crisis
which is an increasing daily reminder of
global responsibility: one that requires
joint efforts of firm commitments and
unyielding determination to ensure
the security and wellbeing of
scores of peoples who
deserve – and have a right to – a viable,
sustainable quality of life with human dignity.
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