Refugee Week 2017: Presentation by the Red Cross International Tracing Service
Refugee Week 2017: Presentation by the Red Cross International Tracing Service Thursday June 22, 2pm at Springwood Library
Learn how the Red Cross reconnects families separated by war, disaster & upheaval.
Every year, countless families across the world are separated by conflict, disaster or migration. People suffer terribly when they lose contact with their loved ones and live with the uncertainty of not knowing where they are or whether they are safe. From battlefields to earthquakes; from post-war migration to social upheavals, Australian Red Cross has been helping to reconnect families for more than 100 years, working with a global network to look for missing loved ones, restore contact, reunite families and clarify the fate of those who remain missing.
This is a FREE event, but bookings are essential. Bookings can be made by visiting or calling any Blue Mountains Library Branch or online via the Blue Mountains Library website.
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