Working with Young Refugees in a World that Doesn’t Make Sense – a conversation with Renate Keller

Working with Young Refugees in a World that Doesn’t Make Sense – a conversation with Renate Keller

Working with Young Refugees in a World that Doesn’t Make Sense – a conversation with Renate Keller

Too often seen as mere statistics, the historical context for the dislocation and extreme trauma of young refugees, as well as their necessity for sanctuary and a liveable future, is often forgotten or ignored. Yet, we are the world, and it is a world where more and more refugees will be fleeing the results of war, climate change, and oppressive regimes. Based on her own work and life experience, Renate Keller brings a creative dimensionality and depth to teaching young refugees in Switzerland, and finds in their receptivity and desire to connect, a sensibility for the Heart. This is a rare and insightful glimpse into the challenges and inspiration of working intimately with refugees searching for a life in the West.
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