£22.00

Refugee Nation Mini-Flag

QD20VU
£22.00

Description

As seen at TedxLondon. ‘The Refugee Flag is inspired by the colors of the life vests. Orange and black, in 
solidarity with all the brave souls who...
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Description

As seen at TedxLondon.

‘The Refugee Flag is inspired by the colors of the life vests. Orange and black, in 
solidarity with all the brave souls who crossed the sea, lands, and borders in search of 
peace and security in a new country. For people who hope to find a better future, to find 
home again.’—Yara Said, Syrian artist who designed the Refugee Flag.

Each flag serves as a powerful symbol of hope and solidarity with
 refugees around the world. Proceeds go directly to the employment of refugees.

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Refugee Nation Mini-Flags

Design by Yara Said. As seen at TedxLondon.

Makers Unite and The Refugee Nation have teamed up to create new job opportunities for refugees and unite people around the world with a powerful symbol of support.
Makers Unite is hiring refugees to create refugee nation mini-flags out of life vests worn by refugees themselves who have traveled to Greece. This initiative generates jobs for those who have arrived in Europe and provide them with the necessary means to start a new life. Through this process, all of the hardships experienced while wearing the life vests are stripped away and what remains is a symbol of hope and solidarity with refugees around the world.
With the Refugee Nation Flag we honor the thousands of displaced people around the world who have bravely escaped war, persecution or natural disasters, by continuing our work to help them attain the rights they deserve.

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‘The Refugee Flag is inspired by the colors of the life vests. Orange and black, in 
solidarity with all the brave souls who crossed the sea, lands, and borders in search of 
peace and security in a new country. For people who hope to find a better future, to find 
home again.’—Yara Said, Syrian artist who designed the Refugee Flag.


Makers Unite is gathering thousands of life vests used by migrants who traveled to
 Greece through the Aegean Sea. We are hiring newcomers themselves to create the 
refugee nation mini-flags.

Each flag serves as a powerful symbol of hope and solidarity with
 refugees around the world. Proceeds go directly to the employment of refugees.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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