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Amnesty: Toxic fear mongering pushing back human rights

Amnesty: Toxic fear mongering pushing back human rights

Group says fear mongering increasing as it cites violations of civil liberties in 159 countries from Myanmar to France.

 

 

Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage poses during a launch for an EU referendum poster [File: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters]

Continuing battle dimensional in Germany

According to Deutsche Welle: German administrations States continued to oppose the new policy of the central government for Afghans rejected asylum seekers. By that, they would be returned to Afghanistan.

German federal state, where states take certain decisions locally.

German 16 States has rejected the request. And lead the state of South Hleysevic Holstein opposition politics by announcing refusal to deport any Afghans even atheist and the thirtieth of May at the earliest.

Anglican Alliance hosts conference call to South Sudan amid famine warning

Anglican Alliance hosts conference call to South Sudan amid famine warning

Posted on: February 21, 2017 3:30 PM

Sudan refugee

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Assistance in Athens: "Oetema"

Oetema is a non-profit organization based in Athens, Greece.

Oetema provides:

Free legal advice and counseling for vulnerable cases including refugees;
Appeals in the judicial system
 Training, education, conferences and cultural events.
The non-governmental organization Oetema implementing a project legal support to asylum seekers and refugees for six months (January-June 2017).

And more specifically provides:

UNICEF Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Europe: Regional Humanitarian Situation Report #20, 15 February 2017

UNICEF Refugee and Migrant Crisis in Europe: Regional Humanitarian Situation Report #20, 15 February 2017

REPORT

from UN Children's Fund

Published on 15 Feb 2017

Mobile bus for Cleaning Services

Mobile bus "metamorphic" available for the homeless in Athens, and provide showers and janitorial services and supplies.

And the right of migrants and refugees are also free to use this service.

It also allows a bus Tub for people without shelter, take a hot bath, and the selection of clean underwear and toiletries delivered by volunteers and this bus guarded by employees of social services and a doctor and a nurse and an interpreter and staff to help.

"Improving the situation, accelerate the EU agreement with Turkey."

From news agencies ANA and MPA: met with EU Commissioner for Migration Dimitris Avramopoulos with the mayors of five Greek islands that were more affected by the arrival of asylum seekers.

Avramopoulos said during the visit that all efforts will be made to improve conditions and reduce overcrowding on the islands quickly.

He also added that the EU agreement with Turkey must be taken into account and going faster.

Redistribution of less than 9000 refugees from Greece

New data from the European Commissioner showed that only 8766 asylum seekers were transferred from Greece and Italy from 3200 until 8 February 2017.

This represents:

13.7 percent of the 63,302 target for resettlement in Greece
9.1 percent of the 34,953 target for resettlement in Italy
However, December / December 2016 saw a record month for new operations redistribution of Italy (764), Greece (1162), while the re-distribution in January 551 people from Italy and Greece in 1131.

Seek asylum in Serbia: contraindications and poverty

Database launched asylum (AIDA information) a new series of recent reports about access to seek asylum in different countries in Europe, including Serbia.

 

And it refers Serbia prepared by the Belgrade Center for Human Rights Report:

Germany deport unaccompanied minors

Deutsche Welle: After the parliamentary investigation demanded by the Green Party in Germany, the government has revealed that 620 refugees and unaccompanied minors were deported from January 2015 to September / September 2016.

The government said that the palace does not meet the requirements for asylum, according to German media that the deportations included 275 Afghans, 58 Syrians 0.39 minors from Eritrea and 36 from Iraq, along with a number of other nationalities.

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