The students in the HEART Club at K International School are an inspiration in their enthusiasm to raise awareness and funds to support refugees.
What I cherish my internship with REI/RIJ the most is that this experience helped me discover my passion in humanitarianism and that I too, as an individual can make a difference through various means.
My experience with REI inspired me to become involved in the immigrant rights movement in the United States when I returned to Philadelphia from Tokyo. Ultimately, my time at REI inspired me to "think globally, act locally."
REI has had people from many different backgrounds. It doesn't matter if you're a graphic designer, software engineer, or music studies major, if the international humanitarian sector is something you feel passionate about I would highly recommend you join REI's pursuit to empower the refugees we serve through our programs.
For anyone considering applying for an internship at REI, my only advice is; just go for it! It is a great place to work and you will meet fun, inspirational and intelligent people. REI has a lot to offer
A good distraction in challenging times and an opportunity to support others: “REImagine Rwanda” was REI’s second virtual walking challenge
REI Virtual Walking Challenges are a great opportunity for you to experience the thrills of walking through different areas around the world while going about your regular exercise.
Put your creativity and cooking skills to the test in your kitchen while supporting refugee communities across the world!
A concert for children, by children. Come see students from schools across the Tokyo area show off their musical talent for a great cause!
in the last year, we changed our name to Refugee Empowerment International (REI). Aname that allows us to be more inclusive in our message and the name is the message!