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France-UK border research 9h
"Asylum seekers launch legal challenge against their removal from UK"
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Safe Passage 10h
In a few minutes at 1:20, will be on to discuss the channel crossings and how the only way to stop them is to provide safe, legal routes to sanctuary
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Care4Calais Aug 10
If Priti Patel really wants to make the Channel 'unviable' for refugees, the easiest way to do it would be to introduce a safe & legal route. People-smugglers would then disappear. If there was a safe & legal route people would take it. Nobody wants to risk their lives on boats.
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Choose Love 14h
If you’ve never had to make a journey like this, it’s because of only one thing. Luck. Beyond the headlines, labels and political posturing, every person making these desperate journeys is a human being who deserves respect, compassion and safety.
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RefugeeYouthService 11h
"The simple truth is that these refugees are in urgent need of protection and are asking for our help. They have been forced to flee violence & human rights violations, and they view the UK as a place of sanctuary where they can rebuild their lives."
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RefugeeYouthService 11h
Safe & legal routes would remove the incentive for dangerous and exploitative trafficking operations and prevent the life-threatening channel crossings!
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Beth Gardiner-Smith 16h
Replying to @safepassageuk
Refugees often have to make dangerous journeys to claim asylum, and should never be penalised for doing so - the Refugee Convention is clear on this. But if we want to stop the exploitation, suffering and loss of life, more safe and legal routes are the only answer
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RefugeeYouthService 15h
“The UK is my dream, it is the best country,” says Mohamed, a teenager who came overland from Sudan. Why didn’t he claim asylum on the way? He bends his head to show a crack in his skull: “That is where men beat me in Croatia.” ❗️Important read 👇
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Aug 7
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RefugeeYouthService Aug 7
"If there is no humanity, there is no life.”
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RefugeeYouthService Aug 7
Absence of safer passage will push more people to use the dangerous routes instead. Legal and safer routes to sanctuary are needed to effectively address this highly concerning issue.
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Eurochild_org Aug 5
Yesterday, welcomed 18 unaccompanied children from the camps in . Let's not forget the 1.500 who still remain on the islands without their families and deprived of their basic
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Bill Frelick Aug 4
could end migrant child detention now, but 178 children are still behind bar for no reason. Authorities should urgently , set up suitable alternatives to detention, and repeal ominous protective custody regime.
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RefugeeYouthService Aug 5
Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the tragic explosion in Beirut, Lebanon yesterday. Here is how to help:
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Refugee Rights Europe Aug 4
📢RT if you agree: Europe must ! ✅The evidence is clear, pushbacks are an unlawful, Europe-wide trend. ➡️Concrete recommendations for : cc:
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RefugeeYouthService Aug 4
📚 Lisez le rapport complet ci-dessous et partagez les résultats pour aider à mieux faire connaître la situation actuelle à Calais.
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RefugeeYouthService Aug 4
The new record number of people crossing the Channel comes as a the result of the persistent evictions happening in recent weeks. Safe and legal routes for people on the move, many of which are vulnerable unaccompanied children, must be established.
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Safe Passage Aug 4
When you remove the safe routes to sanctuary, don't be surprised when more people begin to use the dangerous routes instead.
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France terre d'asile Aug 3
Dans une étude publiée par , et , ces associations exposent les défaillances du système national d’accueil pour les demandeurs d’asile en France incarnées par les opérations de mises à l’abri répétées.
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