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Project Philoxenia hopes to provide a Future Learning Space for refugee boys and girls, to help them heal and recover from the traumas of their lives in a safe and nurturing enviornment.

The Pearltrees Curation link below provides access to the extensive research that has been carried out for Project Philoxenia.

Pearltrees Curation

 

References

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