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COVID-19: Human Rights Now More Than Ever

As the entire world calls for social distancing to combat this unprecedented crisis, governments now more than ever need to practice inclusion and avoid further marginalisation that can leave certain vulnerable groups at greater risk. Who are the World’s most Vulnerable? The Homeless & Impoverished Homeless people are finding it more difficult to self-isolate and…

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#SaveYemeniJournalists

The International Observatory of Human Rights is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of 4 innocent Yemeni journalists who have been sentenced to death by the Houthis for simply doing their job of covering the war in Yemen.

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Bayt UK

Join us with Bayt UK – a new Arabic language series of educational “webisodes” to help refugees integrate into British society. Many who have come through these Resettlement schemes have faced war and deprivation on an unprecedented scale.

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#BringUKChildrenHome

There are currently 60 children, almost all under 12, born to UK nationals trapped in overcrowded unsafe refugee camps in North-East Syria. The UK government can rescue them from this peril and bring them home now.

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#ChildrenNotProfit

#ChildrenNotProfit calls on the government to waive citizenship fees for children and aims to increase public awareness of the extortionate Home Office citizenship fees and the severe implications of these on children’s lives.

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#NotBornARadical

#NotBornARadical aims at preventing radicalism and countering extremism. IOHR focus on challenges of rehabilitation and reintegration programmes and how empowering the youth is key.

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#BeARefugeeSponsor

#BeARefugeeSponsor calls for the expansion and diversification of the UK Community Sponsorship resettlement scheme of Syrian refugees as the numbers of those displaced increases.

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#DefendJournalists

According to Reporters Without Borders, 2018 was the most dangerous year on record to be a journalist. A total of 80 were murdered, 348 were imprisoned and a further 60 were taken hostage.

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