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Supporting People in Migration on World Refugee Day

Reflecting on the power of grassroots groups to make a difference for refugees and people in migration.

By Eric Grignol on June 17, 2021

In search of safety and freedom, refugees face obstacles to rebuild their lives in new surroundings after leaving homes behind. UUSC has built a network of grassroots organizations around the globe who are working with families in migration to obtain asylum and assist with resettlement. Together, we are weaving systems of support for refugees and other displaced people — today and every day — to ensure access to the necessary services to build a better future for themselves and their families.

Here are just a few ways our partners are making a difference in the lives of people in migration right now:

Thank you to our members for their steadfast commitment to UUSC’s vital work that provides lifelines of support for refugees and those in migration.

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About UUSC: Guided by the belief that all people have inherent worth and dignity, UUSC advances human rights globally by partnering with affected communities who are confronting injustice, mobilizing to challenge oppressive systems, and inspiring and sustaining spiritually grounded activism for justice. We invite you to join us in this journey toward realizing a better future!

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