Fr. Vazken Movsesian, from In His Shoes, interviewed Katie-Jay and Gabriel about their shared journey as anti-genocide activists and about iACT’s work, from its inception to our recent trip to Armenia to work with communities affected by the 2020 war in Artsakh.
We are excited to announce that iACT has secured initial funding for our team to return to the Central African Republic (CAR) this fall, for the first time since 2017.
Miry’s List is a movement of neighbors and friends dedicated to welcoming newly arrived refugee families into their community through inspired crowdsourcing solutions.
Refugee-Led Program Expansion Begins in Eastern Chad with the Support of The UEFA Foundation for Children
The expansion of Little Ripples (LR) and the Refugees United Soccer Academy (Academy) is well underway with the help of the recent grant from the UEFA Foundation for Children…
In just a few weeks, I will be part of an iACT team departing Los Angeles International Airport for Yerevan, Armenia. Our bags will be filled with pop-up goals, training ladders, pinnies, soccer balls, and cones. The purpose is to launch soccer Academies in order to support the social and emotional wellbeing of children and youth affected by the war in Artsakh, also known as Nagorno Karabakh, a self-declared country backed by the Armenian government.