African refugees face daily struggles in Israel - mini-documentary

One of the biggest challenges the young refugees encounter is fulfilling their desire to obtain a higher education and integrate into Israeli society.

By YAEL PEPE & SILVIA KARPACHEVA / BAR ILAN UNIVERSITY
February 28, 2019 06:59
Refugees in Israel

Refugees in Israel. (photo credit: screenshot)

 
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Thousands of refugees from Sudan, Eritrea, and other parts of Africa face daily struggles in Israel. One of the biggest challenges the young refugees encounter is fulfilling their desire to obtain a higher education and integrate into Israeli society. Despite a general feeling of distrust towards the Israeli government, these asylum seekers do find hope and assistance by various  NGOs.


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