United Nations published this video item, entitled “Susheel’s Story – Surviving Terrorism: The power of connections – Teaser” – below is their description.
On the fourth commemoration of the International Day of Remembrance of and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism, on 21 August 2021, meet Susheel from Canada, who lost his mother in a terrorist attack onboard the Air India Flight 182 in 1985.
He tells victims to get connected as this will hold them together, to be strong, share emotions and feel motivated together. Remembering the victims of terrorism and doing more to support them is essential to help them rebuild their lives and heal.
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