I hear you: Hollywood actors read powerful stories of refugees

Rights in crisis article written on the 07 Dec 2016

Right now there are over 65 million people have been forced from their homes making it the largest the largest refugee crisis since World War 2.

This number represents countless ordinary people faced with overcoming impossible challenges. Forced to leave their homes, schools and businesses their stories are full of heartbreak, courage and hope.

The need to address the refugee crisis is at an all-time high and it’s these stories that need to be told because everyone deserves to live in safety. And everyone has the right to seek refuge when their safety and dignity is threatened.

So Oxfam has partnered with some of the best storytellers in the world to tell some of the most pressing stories.

Actor Margot Robbie has fast become one of Australia’s most established voices in Hollywood with lead roles in The World of Wall Street and The Legend of Tarzan. Watch Margot’s video collaboration with Oxfam and take the Right to Refuge Action.