Refugees and migrants are entitled to better life

Posted : 2019-06-07 12:57 Updated : 2019-06-07 13:46
Karim Azizi, 55, a Kurdish Iranian, poses for a photograph in his bedroom as he shows his injuries, at Kaershovedgaard, a former prison and now a departure centre for rejected asylum seekers in Jutland, Denmark, March 26, 2019. Azizi claims to have lost his arm when a bomb exploded near him. Reuters

Vero Seryi, 45 from Nigeria, returns to her room in the women's block with her meal, one of three a day provided by the centre at Kaershovedgaard, a former prison and now a departure center for rejected asylum seekers in Jutland, Denmark, March 25, 2019. Reuters

Vero Seryi, 45, from Nigeria, sorts through her prescription medicine at Kaershovedgaard, a former prison and now a departure centre for rejected asylum seekers in Jutland, Denmark, March 25, 2019. Reuters

Yasaman Paknejad, 36, an architect from Iran, sits in her room at Kaershovedgaard, a former prison and now a departure centre for rejected asylum seekers in Jutland, Denmark, March 25, 2019. Reuters

Hoshang Rostami, 24, a Kurdish Iranian who lost part of his leg when stepping on a land mine aged 16 in Iran, prepares to attach a prosthetic limb in his bedroom at Kaershovedgaard, which was a former prison and is now a departure centre for rejected asylum seekers, in Jutland, Denmark, March 25, 2019. Reuters

Karim Azizi, 55, from Iran throws an orange in his room at Kaershovedgaard, a former prison and now a departure centre for rejected asylum seekers in Jutland, Denmark, March 26, 2019. Reuters

A resident climbs through a window at Kaershovedgaard, a former prison and now a departure centre for rejected asylum seekers in Jutland, Denmark, March 26, 2019. Reuters

A rug belonging to a resident from Iran hangs from a football goalpost to dry after it was washed at Kaershovedgaard, a former prison and now a departure centre for rejected asylum seekers in Jutland, Denmark, March 26, 2019. Reuters

A girl holds a balloon in front of Palestinians performing Eid al-Fitr prayers marking the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, in Nuseirat refugee camp, central Gaza Strip, Wednesday, June 5, 2019. AP

A boy waits to be given asylum or a humanitary visa at the immigration office on the Mexico-Guatemala international bridge in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas State, Mexico, on June 6, 2019. - The US warned Mexico Thursday it needed to make more concessions on slowing migration to avoid President Donald Trump's threatened tariffs, as the Mexican leader announced he would visit the border to "defend our dignity." Mexican authorities responded to one key US demand Wednesday by blocking the latest US-bound caravan of undocumented migrants as it entered Mexico from Guatemala. AFP

Children play at the Skaramangas refugee camp, on the outskirts of Athens, on June 5, 2019, during an event organised by the Barca foundation which includes cooperative games, football matches and dialogue sessions with children. - Skaramangas camp houses 2624 refugees and migrants from 28 countries. AFP

In this Sunday, May 26, 2019 photo, a teacher supervises while Palestinian school children attend a final exam during the last day of the school year, at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, UNRWA, Hebron Boys School, in the West Bank city of Hebron. The effects of U.S. aid cuts have rippled throughout the operations of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, but its sprawling school system, serving 500,000 children across the Middle East, have been hit hardest. Classroom sizes have nearly doubled to 50 students, taxing the patience of children and teachers alike. AP

A Central American child plays on a hallway of the Catholic shelter "San Francisco Javier Church", which gives temporary shelter to asylum-seekers from Central America countries released by ICE and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) due to overcrowded facilities, in Laredo, Texas U.S. June 4, 2019. Picture taken on June 4, 2019. Reuters

Guatemalan migrant Engracia Corio, who is waiting for her court hearing for asylum seekers that returned to Mexico to await their legal proceedings under a new policy established by the U.S. government, baths her daughter at a migrant shelter in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico May 17, 2019. Picture taken May 17, 2019. Reuters

A boy sits at the entrance of a prefab at the Skaramangas refugee camp, on the outskirts of Athens, on June 5, 2019. - The camp houses 2624 refugees and migrants from 28 countries, including Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan ans Egypt. AFP

Wives of Islamic state fighters (IS) walk with their children upon their deportation from the al-Hol camp for refugees in al-Hasakah governorate in northeastern Syria on 03 June 2019 (issued 04 June 2019). According to media reports, the Kurdish authorities in northeast Syria are handing over 800 women and children all of them Syrian, including relatives of Islamic state fighters, to their families in the first such transfer from an overcrowded camp. EPA

Chilean-born Haitian migrant Fernando Dor Francois, 5-months, cries as he's held next to his Chilean identification card at an immigration detention center where migrants had camped for weeks awaiting word on requests for asylum or permits that would allow them to continue north, in Tapachula, Mexico, Monday, June 3, 2019. President Donald Trump said he will impose a 5% tariff on Mexican goods on June 10 to pressure the Mexican government to block mostly Central American migrants from crossing into the U.S. AP

A Rohingya Refugees woman stand near damaged shanties after a fire damaged shanties at Maratha Basti near Tirkuta Nagar in Jammu, the winter capital of Kashmir, India, 03 June 2019. According to the local media, , a fire gutted around 150 shanties including 40 of those belonging to Rohingya Refugees at Maratha Basti near Tirkuta Nagar area and 500 families rendered homeless. No casualties were reported. EPA

Burundian asylum seekers rest in a makeshift tent in Musina's informal migrant camp in South Africa on May 31, 2019. AFP

Migrants wait to be processed and loaded onto a bus by Border Patrol agents after being detained when they crossed illegally into the United States from Mexico on June 02, 2019 in Sunland Park, New Mexico. Recently immigration officials have seen a surge in the number of asylum seekers arriving at the border. AFP