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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green MEP Celebrates Refugee Weel
عدد مرات القراءة 17952006-06-22

GREEN MEP CELEBRATES REFUGEE WEEK

As Refugee Day 2006 takes place today (20th June) at the beginning of
Refugee Week (19th – 25th June) Green Euro MP Jean Lambert has given her
support to the thousands of refugees bringing unique and individual
skills to the UK.

Last year 25,720 applications for asylum were made in the UK, the lowest
year since 1994 but London’s Green MEP said, there are still thousands
of people suffering everyday in poor conditions where lives are at risk.

Jean, who was named MEP 2005 for her work on Justice and Human Rights at
the end of last year today commented; “Refugees do not leave their home
because they want to. They do not have a choice and are forced to leave
because their life is in danger due to war, conflict or political
oppression If future we shall see more people moving because their
environment has become so degraded or damaged that they can no longer
survive or make a livelihood in their homeland. These people have no
international protection.

“Whilst the climate change crisis we see before us continues to evolve,
the poorest communities remain the most vulnerable. Local water supplies
are threatened and rising sea levels and dramatic changes in weather
leads to a loss of land and crop reduction.

“Many refugees live in hope that one day they can return to their
homeland but whilst a variety of reasons often means that this is
impossible their contribution to life in the UK is invaluable. Refugee
Day and the rest of the week gives us all an opportunity to not only
celebrate the skills refugees and asylum seekers bring to the UK but to
also reflect on the environmental damage life in the UK is having on the
rest of the world, ultimately destroying people’s homes. We need
political action to reduce conflict, protect human rights and protect
our planet.”






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