Any Particular Guilty Government Come to Mind?

Enshrined in Article 14 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the right “to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution.”
This principle recognizes that victims of human rights abuse must be able to leave their country freely and to seek refuge elsewhere. Governments frequently see refugees as a threat or a burden, refusing to respect this core principle of human rights and refugee protection.

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One thought on “Any Particular Guilty Government Come to Mind?

  1. it is hard to communicate the fact that refugee is a legal status and that illegal immigrant doesn’t apply to boat people, it applies to the pommy and yank tourists who dont want to go home.

    It’s racism i tell ya, racism. I dont remember jimeon being thrown into Baxter in that movie about him overstaying his visa….

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