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Solidarity with refugees should not be a crime!

Brussels, 20 June 2017 – A little over two years ago, at the outset of 2015, Europeans were stupefied to see hundreds of thousands of people making their way into Europe, by the most reckless and perilous of means, in order to seek asylum.
In response to what is now

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LDH France – Call to a radical change for migration policy in France

More than 200 organisations, including our member, the French League for Human Rights, call on Emmanuel Macron, Edouard Philippe and Gérard Collomb to radically change French migration policy. They also called for a national emergency conference to come up with alternative reception policies.
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AEDH calls for respect for democracy and human rights throughout Europe

The European Association for the Defence of Human Rights (AEDH) follows with great concern the violations of civil and political rights in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It is a concern over the long-term process of promoting democratic reforms from 1989 to the present. Unfortunately, today these countries

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Call for solidarity: LDH France says yes!

Solidarities should shape the government decision-making process in the next five-years. That is why the French League for Human Rights supports the call for solidarity. More than 80 non-governmental organisations have decided to raise their voices and encourage those who are dreaming of generosity and solidarity to join them.

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In Cyprus, the organization KISA launched a solidarity campaign and requires effective measures and safer routes for Refugees.

11 September 2015 – The majority of refugees who reached the island of Cyprus, one way or another, fail to acquire the refugee status, although international and European conventions allow them to. On September 9, 2015, the organization KISA visited the refugee camp of Kofinou and complained to the Minister of Interior, after noticing the deplorable conditions in which the refugees lived. The latter had recently declared that he would only accept Christian Orthodox refugees on its territory.

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