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Place of refuge

The iconic image of refugees is row upon row of white tents in a sprawling emergency camp, not a dingy apartment in a mega-city. But the reality is only one-third of the world’s 15.4 million refugees live in camps. Like most of the world’s population, refugees have steadily moved into cities and towns. Urban refugees are among the fastest-growing population segment globally.

Bangkok, Thailand, attracts many thousands of these refugees, who live in awful conditions, treated as illegal immigrants, hoping against hope that one day some country will grant them asylum.

Watch the video below to learn about a team in Bangkok, Thailand, that is multiplying God’s justice for refugees. Click here to see more related photos, articles, and video.

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