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Adam Fergus Jun 20
What happens if we all ?? Imagine ❤️
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Weihan Zhang Jun 21
China are not allow . Not welcome poverty social problem infrastructure burden. I am NOT allow
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Chris Law MP (SNP) Jun 20
BBC must demonstrate mettle and rigorous journalism reporting the ‘Migrant Crisis’. It is a refugee crisis resulting from war, terror & desperation. It’s . Europe must stand together
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Ross Greer Jun 21
Great news from the Scottish Parliament - My Green amendment for refugees & asylum seekers to be given the right to vote has been agreed!
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Sayed Saleh Qazwini Jun 20
Let’s remember that Abraham, Moses, Jesus & Muhammad (peace be upon them) were all refugees at one point in their lives. Those who claim to follow them should not shut the doors in the face of refugees.
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African Renaissance Jun 20
Such an honour to meet today. Absolutely in awe of her and the three decades worth of work she has done impacting the lives of everyday people, everyday.
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Melissa Chen Jun 20
The global refugee crisis confronts us with a predicament of modern political thought — modern liberalism even. Think about it from behind the Veil of Ignorance. Secure our nations but have compassion.
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Professor B Jun 21
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
But it was totally fine when our ancestors not only settled this already-occupied land without permission, but committed genocide again native inhabitants to do it. Are you afraid of karma?
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butter pecan Jun 21
My parents came here when my mom was pregnant with me. They spoke no English. My dad worked 14 hour days and when he came home, he and my mom would search the parking lot for coins to pay for water and food. Nobody is illegal.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 🏳️‍🌈🦄 Jun 20
Replying to @samstein
My Mom’s family fled anti-Semitic violence / extreme poverty in Poland. They landed at Ellis Island in 1914 speaking only Yiddish, with no formal job skills. If this administration targets immigrants, start with me. We were strangers, too.
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Mans Is Comedy Jun 21
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Amanda Wilkin Jun 20
I'm thinking about the people I met in desperate situations around the world. The young woman held in detention in Nauru. The father in a camp in Erbil. The children in Za'atari. And all the others. We must do better for our fellow humans.
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Jessica Lander Jun 20
My students come from across the globe. Many have fled violence in their home countries to find safety, freedom and opportunity in ours. In their short lives, these young men and women have faced unimaginable odds. I am proud and honored to be their teacher
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JaneGoodallInstitute Jun 20
On , we share story of Majaliwa, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, across Lake Tanganyika from Gombe, Tanzania. His inner peace & kindness caused him to create beautiful dove carvings. Read his story & get yours:
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Gemma Cook Jun 20
A privilege to be at tonight on - bought to tears more than once, even after the curtain call. Bravo to everyone involved and, most importantly, to the work of .
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Mounting Concerns Jun 23
Being refugee is not a decision, this a compulsion
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Sylvia R. Garcia Jun 20
On , along with every other day⁠, we should be supporting those fleeing violence & seeking refuge. We cannot ignore the humanitarian crisis happening on our border as desperate families flee persecution. We must end the criminalization of migrants & refugees.
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Zoë Tapper Jun 20
It has never been more vital to hear the voices of those who seek refuge; who simply ask for the same human rights as their neighbours. On @TheJungleLDN I heard them, learnt from them & was moved & charged by them. There was hope & humanity & it was powerful.
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Dr Jemilah Mahmood Jun 20
On let’s commit to making lives of those fleeing persecution much more secure and dignified. Let’s recognise they can be positive contributors to society. @Federation & our national societies will always be there for you in every part of the way to safety
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Uni. of Huddersfield Aug 4
Alex is a PhD at Huddersfield who uses photography to document the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers. His work was also featured at an exhibition at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest as part of the UN-backed
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