Refugee-led language school helps migrants
Lucrecia Franco

"Rebuilding trust and reigniting global solidarity," will be on top of the agenda at this year's United Nations General Assembly.

One key global issue is the refugee crisis which has seen millions of people flee war-torn and poverty-stricken countries.

In Brazil, there are over 65,000 registered refugees, a number that grows steadily every year, but one initiative is providing refugees and vulnerable migrants an opportunity to start a new life by using their native languages.

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