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The Edit: World Refugee Week 
The Edit

The Edit: World Refugee Week 

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.
21st Jun 2024

Human stories that ground us, the science of trust and more in #TheEdit.

  • 52 years later – a hopeful story of one of today’s prosperous immigrant groups. Tej Parikh highlights the transformative power of warm reception and a place to belong – Financial Times
  • The joy of focused language. How the beauty of the Japanese word ‘Komorebi’ teaches us to capture small and simple moments of existence – The School of Life
  • Tapping art’s power to heal wounds and open ‘Spaces of Connectedness’. A woman’s theatre workshop in Yorkshire transforming lives through laughter, creativity, and community – The New York Times
  • The neuroscience of trust. Discover what scientific research can teach us about cultivating trust and direction at work Havard Business Review 
  • A young woman shares her story. Nicola Fegg’s short documentary follows a young Ukrainian woman who becomes a social-media star and a refugee at the same time – The New Yorker
  • Opening doors to those escaping unimaginable hardships. On World Refugee Day, a congresswoman and former refugee reflects on her own journey from a Kenyan camp to a new life in America – The Atlantic
  • How business can support refugees. Dominique Hyde, Director of External Relations at UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, talks to our Editor in Chief Hannah Finch about the impact that business can have on the humanitarian refugee crisis – The Beautiful Truth

“You can’t be in the business I’m in without having hope.”

Dominique Hyde