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Alexandra von Nahmen Sep 12
Chaotic scenes when trucks with drinking water finally arrive in the area where thousands are stranded after .
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Leon Prop Sep 11
First Hellenic Red Cross truck with 6.5MT of blankets, water, hygiene sets arrived at Lesvos port this morning. Much needed relief for those affected by
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FEANTSA Sep 11
Replying to @Abbe_Pierre
The is reflective of the sub-par living conditions that are subject to across Europe. Learn more about the barriers asylum seekers face in accessing in our 5th Overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe 👉
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SuzC Sep 11
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Franziska Grillmeier Mar 16
„How can we stay at home when our homes are on fire?” — 16yo writer & teacher Parwana Amiri (who has lived for months in with her family after arriving in in September 2019)
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Europe Must Act Sep 10
Europe's cities & regions stand ready to make a fair relocation of asylum seekers across European countries possible. Now more than ever EU leaders must draw lessons from their failures, , and embrace migration policy that puts rights of refugees front and centre.
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Annu Kaushik Sep 9
Fire destroys Greece's largest refugee camp. At least 13,000 migrants have been left without shelter after the destruction of Moria Camp in Lesbos Island.
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Caritas Europa Sep 10
On fires: "As EU leaders are finalising the upcoming pact on and , such a predictable tragedy should serve as a wake-up call, warning leaders to avoid duplicating this model," said our .
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Arnoud van Doorn Sep 9
should be ashamed of the scandalous and inhumane treatment of the refugees in . This serious situation would not have arisen with a civilized and humane treatment. 😠👎
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Raul Gallego Abellan Sep 12
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Alexandra von Nahmen Sep 10
This Afghan family tells me they spent their third night on the roadside - in a makeshift tent behind a small fence. Lost almost everything in . The father and his oldest daughter say feel sick.
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Europe Must Act Sep 11
News of the has left us devastated but more determined than ever to take action. Here are 3 ways you can help. Thread below ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
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Faruk Firat Sep 9
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bitividi Sep 11
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MedGlobal Sep 11
After devastating fires tore through the refugee camp on , more than 12,000 refugees are again displaced. Health care & basic needs are more important than ever. Join us in our emergency response following the .
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Sodaba Haidare Sep 13
temporary camps are being built for thousands of refugees and migrants left homeless by . But people I spoke to said they don’t wanna go. One person said “It’s a second hell, a second Moira”
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UNICEF Greece Sep 12
Ongoing coordination between 🇺🇳 🇪🇺 🇬🇷 & local actors ensuring the immediate protection of children at risk following the devastating was enforced by the visit of VP & Dep Rep at ’s Child and Family Support Hub in Lesvos
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Conf of European Churches Sep 9
Statement from Dr Torsten Moritz, General Secretary of Churches' Commission for Migrants in Europe on the fire in camp and the call to end the EU Hotspot approach. Please watch and share.
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Europe Must Act Sep 10
Want to understand the causes of the ? Read our Aegean Grassroots Report: A detailed situational overview of living conditions in the Aegean camps right before the fires.
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Dan Sohege Sep 12
Could not agree with this excellent analysis of aftermath of by more. Needs to be a dramatic rethink of EU asylum policies, focusing on welcoming refugees and ensuring that it doesn't rely on overcrowded camps as a "solution".
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