World Refugee Day: A clarion call to protect and support migrants

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Today 20 June is World Refugee Day.  This article from Vatican News, written by Lydia O’Kane, shines the spotlight on the plight of migrants and refugees with calls to protect and support those on the move and forced to flee.

“More than 82.4 million men, women and children have had their worlds turned upside down by war, violence and persecution. While the rest of us spent much of the last year at home to stay safe, they had to run from their homes just to stay alive.”

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