From Home to Home: The Story of the International Rescue Committee Katherine Greider

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From Home to Home: The Story of the International Rescue Committee  by  Katherine Greider

From Home to Home: The Story of the International Rescue Committee by Katherine Greider
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Aiding refugees around the world since 1933. During the 1930s and 1940s, the humanitarian instincts of a few concerned individuals quickened into a rescue operation that plucked thousands of victims from the jaws of fascism in Europe. By the midMoreAiding refugees around the world since 1933.

During the 1930s and 1940s, the humanitarian instincts of a few concerned individuals quickened into a rescue operation that plucked thousands of victims from the jaws of fascism in Europe. By the mid 1940s, these individuals were united under a single banner: The International Rescue Committee.

During the years tat followed, the IRC turned its founding instinct into a mandate to act on behalf of the persecuted and displaced anywhere in the world and developed the core competencies necessary to do that. In the 1990s, it successfully navigated a period of dramatic growth and change. By the twenty-first century, the IRC found itself poised to do more, and for more people, than ever before, providing lifesaving relief, community-building aid, and resettlement services to uprooted people in 23 countries around the world.

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