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This animation from the International Organisation of Migration from the UN illustrates the work that the Organisation does when it comes to helping refugees find safety and security when looking for a new home. Told from the point of view of a mother who had to escape her home with her family, the animation details the process of finding asylum in the UK, and how the IOM helped her through the various stages, from the initial applications and interviews required before gaining entry, to providing support once they had arrived. Put together in a dramatic but understated animation style, the short features some touching visual moments and smooth transitions, while telling the family’s story at the same time.

International Organisation of Migration|Animation|Refugees

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