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International Women’s Day Special - The Worldwide Tribe

Jasmin O’Hara, The Worldwide Tribe

08-Mar-17 10:00

International Women’s Day Special - The Worldwide Tribe

Questioning the refugee crisis in 2015, Jasmin O'Hara was driven to visit the Calais Jungle. She shared her raw and emotional experience on Facebook and it turned viral, as though a sign calling her to go back and build an online-community-turned-global movement. Jasmin and her organization aid refugees across Europe and the Middle East through the influence of social media and creative storytelling to connect people all over the globe in one community of international citizens - The Worldwide Tribe. We speak to Jasmin today as part of an International Women’s Day special, where we celebrate women and the impact they imprint on the world.

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Tags:  The Worldwide TribeJasmin O'Hararefugee crisisCalaisInternational Women's Daysocial media movement

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