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What’s it Like to Be a Refugee?

Imagine that you need to leave your home in a hurry. For many of us, it could be the result of an environmental disaster – a flood, fire, or storm. But for millions of others across the globe, the reason they become displaced is much more sinister: war,

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Thank you for a year of commitment!

To all of our supporters and friends: As we begin the work of 2018, we want to first take a moment to thank you for all your amazing contributions in 2017.  You spoke up for people fleeing genocide and mass atrocities. You helped resto

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Give to JWW’s End of Year Campaign

During this busy season, we want to take a moment to thank you (yes, you!) for being part of the anti-genocide and atrocities prevention community. JWW is building on our remarkable past with a vision for the future that embraces new and innovative projec

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YOU CAN HELP

After the Holocaust, we promised: Never again. We promised we would not let genocide and mass atrocities go unnoticed. We promised that when we hear the cries of men, women and children, we will respond. During the past year, we have been tested. And with

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Giving Tuesday 2017 a Huge Success!

Giving Tuesday, the global day for giving back, was a huge success for us this year, thanks in part to an anonymous donor who matched the first $10,000 in contributions, and thanks to YOU, our generous supporters, who responded to the call with an ov