Face The Fence Stunt ✌️ WorldVision & UN

AS GLOBAL LEADERS MET AT THE FIRST UN SUMMIT  for Refugees and Migrants in New York on Sept. 19, 2016, we took to the streets with a mobile mural depicting Syrian refugee children trapped behind a fence to raise awareness of the plight of more than 30 million children who have been forced to flee their homes. "My hope is that we will get past the rhetoric that 'no child will be left behind'," said Kevin Jenkins, president of World Vision International. "Many children who have hopes and dreams have been out of school for two, three, four years. That's unacceptable. We are a global village, let's act like neighbours," Identical trucks were deployed in five countries: New Zealand, South Korea, Ireland, England and the USA to raise awareness and encourage citizens to ask their governments to do more for refugees.

As global leaders met at the first UN Summit 
for Refugees and Migrants in New York on Sept. 19, 2016, we took to the streets with a mobile mural depicting Syrian refugee children trapped behind a fence to raise awareness of the plight of more than 30 million children who have been forced to flee their homes.
"My hope is that we will get past the rhetoric that 'no child will be left behind'," said Kevin Jenkins, president of World Vision International. "Many children who have hopes and dreams have been out of school for two, three, four years. That's unacceptable. We are a global village, let's act like neighbours,"
Identical trucks were deployed in five countries: New Zealand, South Korea, Ireland, England and the USA to raise awareness and encourage citizens to ask their governments to do more for refugees.
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