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R.AGE 12h
Replying to @thestar_rage
Watch the full first episode of REFUGEES NO MORE on YouTube:
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Replying to @therumahstudio
Thanks! It's always nice to hear that once in a while - keeps us going, especially in this difficult age for journalism.
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We hear what you're saying, but by helping refugees, we are actually helping ourselves too. History has shown that inclusive policies on migrants and refugees actually improves the economy and job market for locals.
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R.AGE Oct 18
What happens when refugees stop being refugees? For the ethnic Chin community in Malaysia, it is a matter of life and death. Watch the full video and story:
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R.AGE Oct 22
Replying to @whispfaith
Thanks, we'll take the compliment. But do help us share the piece on social media, y'know, to help keep people focused on the issue :)
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rhi Oct 21
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R.AGE Oct 21
Replying to @thestar_rage
Watch REFUGEES NO MORE, our documentary on the Chin community in Malaysia, on YouTube:
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R.AGE Oct 21
Chin refugees in Malaysia are reporting that their UNHCR refugee cards are being withdrawn, with seemingly no warning. This leads to a terrifying new reality for them.
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Fanny Potkin Oct 20
This is a fantastic interactive piece of reporting on the ethnic Chin community in Malaysia who are losing refugee protection. Really worth reading this under-reported story by & . Thanks for the rec through her similarly great newsletter.
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R.AGE Oct 18
Replying to @thestar_rage
Ethnic Chin refugees in Malaysia are being driven to the brink of suicide by a change in policy, which will effectively see them classed as illegal immigrants. Full story:
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R.AGE Oct 19
Replying to @deanzail
Studies have shown that a inclusive migration policy can help the local economy. Migrants and refugees can fill gaps in the labour force, helping local businesses and creating more high-skilled, high-paying jobs for locals.
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Samantha Chow Oct 18
Over 30,000 refugees in Malaysia, including women & children, are now forced to make difficult decisions regarding their safety & livelihood. What is Malaysia's response?
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R.AGE Oct 18
Replying to @thestar_rage
Ethnic Chin refugees in Malaysia are being driven to the brink of suicide by a change in policy, which will effectively see them classed as illegal immigrants. Full story:
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Ian Yee Oct 18
The terrifying reality for Chin refugees in Malaysia, who are slowly having their refugee status rescinded:
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Samantha Chow Oct 18
What happens when refugees are no longer refugees? This is the situation that more than 30,000 people in Malaysia stand to face.
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R.AGE Oct 18
Replying to @syarsalia
It wasn't easy putting it all together, so thanks, we really appreciate the kind words (and shares) =)
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R.AGE Oct 18
Replying to @syarsalia
Thanks for the heads up! Looking into it now.
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R.AGE Oct 18
Replying to @syarsalia
That's right - we should all be horrified, by the absolutely awful position the Malaysian Chin community now finds itself in. We must find a policy solution.
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Benny #EndChildMarriage Oct 18
Click on the link. watch the videos, read everything. I BEG YOU.
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R.AGE Oct 18
What happens when refugees stop being refugees? For the ethnic Chin community in Malaysia, it is a matter of life and death. Watch the full video and story:
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