UNHCR / POLAND UKRAINE BEN STILLER

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21-Jun-2022 00:05:55
During a visit to Poland and Ukraine this week, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Ben Stiller met those recently forced to flee their homes. UNHCR

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STORY: UNHCR / POLAND UKRAINE BEN STILLER
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DATELINE: 17 JUNE 2022 ,KYIV, UKRAINE / 18 JUNE 2022, RZESOW, POLAND / 20 JUNE 2022, IRPIN, UKRAINE


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20 JUNE 2022, IRPIN, UKRAINE

1. Various shots, Ben Stiller and UNHCR staff looking at destroyed buildings
2. Various shots, Stiller walking past destroyed cars
3. Various shots, destroyed apartment buildings
4. Pan left, Stiller walking with UNHCR staff
5. Wide shot, Stiller and UNHCR staff looking at destroyed buildings
6. Various shots, destruction
7. Med shot, Stiller walking in front of rubble
8. Various shots, damage from heavy shelling
9. Various shots, Stiller and UNHCR staff talking in front of rubble
10. Various shots, destruction

18 JUNE 2022, RZESOW, POLAND

11. Various shots, Stiller talking to a child at UNHCR Protection Centre
12. Various shots, Stiller sitting with children doing drawings
13. Various shots, Stiller sitting with Marina, refugee from Ukraine living in Poland

17 JUNE 2022, KYIV, UKRAINE

14. Various shots, Stiller visiting Alla’s destroyed house in Ukraine

18 JUNE 2022, RZESOW, POLAND

15. Various shots, Stiller visiting a warehouse in Rzeszow in Poland

STORYLINE:

During a visit to Poland and Ukraine this week, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Ben Stiller met those recently forced to flee their homes.

The actor, director, and humanitarian called for urgent global support and funding, not only for those affected by the Ukraine crisis, but for every one of the 100 million around the world who have been forced to flee.

Stiller travelled to Poland and Ukraine to meet with individuals and families who have been displaced due to the war. The war in Ukraine is driving the fastest and one of the largest forced displacement crises since World War II. Families have been torn apart and the trauma of war will have a lasting impact on many of those forced to flee their homes, including women and children, who represent some 90 percent of those forced to flee.

UNHCR is on the ground inside Ukraine and in neighbouring countries working with partners delivering shelter support and emergency supplies, including blankets, mattresses, and clothes, and launched a cash assistance programme to help families meet their most urgent needs with dignity. UNHCR and its partners are helping reach and protect some of the most vulnerable refugees, including with specialist care for women, children, the elderly, and those with special needs.
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