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Hat eigentlich irgendjemand diesen historischen Augenblick bemerkt? Der Text des "#GlobalCompact for Save, Orderly and Regular Migration" ist fertig un.org/pga/72/wp-cont… ! 🎉
Er formuliert 23 Ziele für geregelte #Migration, und stellt die Menschen in den Mittelpunkt.
@UNHCR_de
Diese Ziele des #GlobalCompact für Flucht und Migration sollten ab sofort der Leitfaden für unsere Politiker sein!
Es geht um Menschenrechte und geregelte "gemischte Wanderungen" mit verlässlichen Regeln.
#SafePassage w/o #Pushback 23 Ziele aus dem Globalen Pakt für Flucht und Migration auf Seite 5 des PDF. Link weiter oben im Thread.
Für Familien, die fliehen mussten
- Bildung
- Sicherheit
- Arbeit
das soll der #GlobalCompact sicherstellen.
Die #WithRefugees Petition unterstützt diesen Prozess bis zur Ratifizierung im Dezember.
Noch nicht unterschrieben?
Hier geht's lang:
unhcr.org/withrefugees/d…
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On #WorldRefugeeDay, I am reminded of the refugees I have met after being resettled in New Jersey. They all sought a better, safer life for their families.
While their stories are uplifting, nearly 70m people are displaced from their homes because of war, violence, & persecution. The global response has been mixed, but some nations and NGOs, like @theIRC, have stepped up to support the neediest among us #WorldRefugeeDay
But thanks to Trump, the US has slashed our refugee acceptance rate in half to only 45,000. Credible estimates suggest we will not even meet that goal. That is why I led 126 of my colleagues to demand answers on refugee resettlement. pascrell.house.gov/sites/pascrell…
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As a fmr immigration attorney let me be unambiguously clear. Crossing a boarder to claim asylum is *not* a crime; no under US or international law. Any child separated from a parent under that pretext is done so in direct contravention to the laws of the USA. ⚖ THREAD Pls RT.
If you came to the US without permission to apply for asylum, youmetjod of entry, whether legal or illegal *should* in no way effect your application process. Illegal entry is not a ground of inadmissibility for asylum applicants.
Unlike many other categories of applicants for immigration benefits, ppl seeking asylum in the US are not barred by having made an illegal entry; for example, sneaked across the U.S. border or overstaying a valid visa (one of the top ways people are in the country illegall).
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