Bodleian Library: 25,000 Early English Books Available Online

The Bodleian Library in Oxford has completed a project to make 25,000 early English books available from on its website free of charge. Dating from between 1473 and 1700, these volumes have been made available online as part of its Early English Books Online Project Text Creation Partnership (EEBO-TCP).

The coverage of these volumes included both fiction and non-fiction works. The texts released include works by Shakespeare and Milton and incorporates transcribed versions of some of the earliest printed works in England. Non-fiction works include texts on such diverse subjects as witchcraft, sword-fighting and cooking.

Further details can be found on the Bodleian Library website at www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/eebotcp

CILIP Update Article: Covert drone strikes – bringing transparency to a secret war (by Rob Mackinley)

The April 2015 edition of the CILIP Update magazine includes a very interesting article by Rob Mackinley. His article, “Covert drone strikes – bringing transparency to a secret war” investigates the reporting being carried out by journalists from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and the challenges they face in “balancing cutting edge journalism with ethical information management practice as it tracks covert drone strikes in the Middle East.”

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‘This Isn’t Justice, This Child Is Being Terrorized’: Meet the UK Teens Facing Deportation to Afghanistan

Originally posted on Maeve McClenaghan:

Under the table, Ameer’s feet twitch and his hands grip a blue plastic folder bulging with documents. The planes flying in and out of London’s Heathrow Airport can be heard faintly through the sealed windows of the chilly tribunal room. Ameer is pale and quiet, a different boy to the chirpy 18-year-old who’d rocked up in a cafe a few weeks earlier.

This is his big day: he is facing an immigration appeal judge to find out if he will be forcibly removed from the UK, where he has lived since he was a boy, and sent back to Afghanistan, a country he no longer knows. It is, he says, like waiting to find out if he will live or die.

Ameer is one of more than 15,000 asylum-seeking children who have arrived alone in the UK since 2006. These children come from all over the world, but the largest…

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Border Criminologies: An Assessment of the Report of the Inquiry into the Use of Immigration Detention in the United Kingdom

osworth, Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford

ExtractPage1Today, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees & the All Party Parliamentary Group on Migration published their Report of the Inquiry into the Use of Immigration Detention in the United Kingdom. Along with last night’s Channel 4 broadcast about staff in Yarl’s Wood IRC, this publication adds to the growing critique of the current system. Although not an official publication of the House of Commons or the House of Lords, the Report represents the views of a range of politicians and suggests that there may be appetite for change, at least after the national election in May.

The report has taken six months to produce. Coming in at just under 80 pages, it synthesises testimonies from three public hearings and a selection of written submissions. It also draws on committee members’ visits to some detention sites in the UK and a trip to Sweden. Expert advice at the hearings was provided by a selection of NGOs, medics, civil servants, current and former detainees, although not, inexplicably, by academic researchers. So, what does the report actually say?

Full article available on the Border Criminologies website at:  http://bordercriminologies.law.ox.ac.uk/immigration-detention-inquiry-report/

 

Western complicity in Yemen genocide met with media silence

Originally posted on Aletho News:

By Finian Cunningham | RT | August 24, 2015

In the latest atrocity in Yemen, Saudi warplanes bombed a residential area, killing at least 65 people. Most of the victims are reported to be civilians from the Salah district of Taiz, Yemen’s third largest city.

The apparent war crime committed has tragically become an almost daily occurrence during five months of relentless aerial bombardment of Yemen by a Western-backed coalition of foreign powers.

In recent days, there were similar air strikes on civilian centers in the Red Sea port city of Hodeida and the northern province of Saada. In the Hodeida strike, which killed several dock workers, the British charity Save the Children said it believed the attack was a deliberate bid by the Saudis to sabotage aid supplies to the civilian population.

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Women in Gaza – The Guardian

Originally posted on Feminist Philosophers:

The Guardian has published a very good – and distressing – feature about life for three different women in Gaza. It’s good to see the experiences of women victims of military violence centred in this way.

From the article:

I first visited Sabiha, 65, in February. She had lost her house in Khuzaa during the violence and spent last winter living with her three sons, daughter and grandchildren in a manmade tent of tree leaves and nylon next to her devastated home. When asked about how her life had changed, Sabiha said: “I’m afraid of everything. I lost my house. My married sons’ houses were completely destroyed as well. We are all homeless now. We hear about promises of reconstruction but nothing has happened.”

Sabiha’s family asked the Gaza reconstruction committee for help. “We needed a caravan. We were calling for the officials to get us a caravan for more…

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Fascinating Article: Price of Britain’s Slave Trade revealed

A fascinating article from St John’s College in Cambridge detailing how surviving archives in their collections can shed light on the Transatlantic Slave Trade in the 18th century:

Letters and papers revealing in detail how human beings were priced for sale during the 18th century Transatlantic Slave Trade have been made available to researchers and the public.

Letters discussing the value and sale of slaves in the 18th century, which provide

A list detailing the names, ages and prices of people sold into slavery, 1796.

a distressing reminder of the powerful business interests that sustained one of the darkest chapters in British history, are to be made available to researchers and the public by St John’s College Library.

The collection contains the business exchanges of an 18th century English landowner, William Philip Perrin, who ran a sugar plantation near Kingston, Jamaica. In it, Perrin and his correspondents discussed in callously practical terms the human cargo that was being shipped to the West Indies at the height of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, a time when the equivalent of millions of pounds were changing hands as slaves were bought and sold.

See more and read the full article at: http://www.joh.cam.ac.uk/price-britain%E2%80%99s-slave-trade-revealed#sthash.mWA7gHLW.dpuf

Motorway blocked! – The jungle’s answer to Theresa May’s visit to Calais

Originally posted on Calais Migrant Solidarity:

Today Theresa May and Bernard Cazeneuve came to town. They told some lies, spilled some ink, and took a walk. Of course, they made sure to get no where close the jungle or speak to any of those people who would be directly effected by their malign decisions. However, people here were not going to let their visit pass without making a statement.

There was a demonstration held in the city center. Local Calaisiens and people from the jungle got together and tried to get close to the Prefecture and express their disgust with the so-termed “solutions” to the crisis in Calais that were being presented today. Although few, they were able to get quite close to the Prefecture before being met and forced back by CRS.

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Mediterranean Migrants Died from Poisonous Fumes: IOM

Originally posted on ESPMI Network:

Italy – IOM teams who met survivors of another Mediterranean tragedy this past weekend learned grisly details of an asphyxiation that claimed dozens of migrants’ lives. On Saturday in the Channel of Sicily 49 migrants were found dead on a ship carrying over 300 people. The survivors were rescued by the Italian Navy ship “Cigala Fulgosi” 21 miles off Libya’s coast.This tragedy is the latest in a long list of catastrophic events occurring in recent weeks. A total of 350 migrants have died since the 5th of August, bringing the total number of deaths at sea in the Mediterranean to nearly 2,350 since 1 January 2015.

“As we have already said in similar cases, what happened cannot be simply considered an incident. It is a crime. These unscrupulous smugglers are sending thousands of people to their deaths,” said IOM Director General William Lacy Swing in Geneva. “A striking number of migrants…

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How Can We Keep Aid Workers Safe?

Originally posted on Political Violence @ a Glance:

Guest post by Larissa Fast

A UNHCR aid worker delivering supplies in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar. By United Nations photo. A UNHCR aid worker delivering supplies in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar. By United Nations photo.

Today is World Humanitarian Day, a day to remember humanitarian aid workers around the world, particularly those who have lost their lives. The day marks the anniversary of the bombing of the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad, Iraq, which killed 22 and wounded a further 160 people. In 2014, 120 aid workers were killed, 88 wounded, and 121 were kidnapped. The majority of these attacks occurred in just a few places: Afghanistan, Syria, South Sudan, Central African Republic, and Pakistan (see here and here).

Aid work is a tough profession. It is both dangerous and emotionally challenging. The combined toll of the stress and dangers aid workers face in many places demands concerted attention and, more importantly, action.

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Far away, so close: For migrants, reaching Italy is only the start – Al Jazeera

Originally posted on ESPMI Network:

MILAN — On a scorching August day, the refugee reception center in Milan’s central train station is packed, sweaty and noisy. Three Italian women working for the municipality distribute cold drinks, Nutella sandwiches and cookies to a constant stream of arrivals. Several Syrian mothers try to calm crying babies, while children in ragged clothing play with toys donated to the center’s improvised kindergarten.

A few young Eritrean men huddle around the four available computers. They are using Facebook to inform friends and family that they have arrived safely in Europe, and they’re looking up maps to plan the next step of their journey.

“In Italy there is not enough work, and the government of Italy, they don’t help refugees. Too many refugees sleeping in the park,” said Abraham, a 27-year-old who fled Eritrea, a country whose government is accused of widespread human rights abuses, according to the United Nations.

Migrants Italy, Milan

Abraham…

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Libya’s Dangerous Divisions – IEMed

Originally posted on Mary Fitzgerald:

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INTRODUCTION

Four years after the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya finds itself torn between two governments, two parliaments and two army chiefs.

In the eastern town of Beida sits the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al- Thinni appointed by the House of Representatives (HoR), which was elected in a June 2014 ballot and is based further east in Tobruk. Both Thinni’s government and the HoR support the Dignity offensive launched in May 2014 by the then-retired General Khalifa Haftar and backed by Egypt and the United Arab Emirates. The HoR has since appointed Haftar commander in chief.

A last-minute decision in July to relocate the HoR, which was due to sit in Benghazi, to Tobruk triggered a boycott by some 30 members, who claimed it was a politically-motivated move which violated procedure. Some of these boycotters support a rump of the HoR’s predecessor, the General National Congress (GNC)…

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Numbers of refugee arrivals to Greece increase dramatically – UNHCR

Originally posted on ESPMI Network:

More refugees and migrants arrived in Greece last month than during the whole of 2014, the UN refugee agency announced on Tuesday, and called for a European-wide response to deal with the escalating crisis. UNHCR said that in July 50,242 people, mostly fleeing the conflict in Syria, arrived in Greece compared to 43,500 for the whole of last year. This dramatic increase means that the total number of refugees and migrants arriving in Greece had now reached the 160,000 mark.

Read more at http://www.unhcr.org/55d32dcf6.html

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Statement & information about the situation of the refugees & immigrants in Kos Island

Originally posted on clandestina:

Once, a long time ago, but not so far so as to pretend we have forgotten about it, thousands of people – familiar faces, and even more familiar names – began their trail seeking a better tomorrow. They were crammed up in trains, welcomed by hostile police squads, registered by authorities, slept in areas unfit even for animals, worked the worst jobs – and to top it all, they were branded as subhumans, scum and blackheads, so they would be belittled as workers, and become dispossessed as human beings.

Presently, the history of refugees and immigrants – which never ceased to exist, since states, nations and wars are ever present – is going through a revival, only this time, we are on the other side of the sea, awaiting the arrival of scores of thousands of migrants, risking their lives to cross the borders of Europe; a Europe that is…

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Daily International News Stories Round-up 08/14/2015

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

Refugee Council Archive: Daily News Stories On Refugee and Forced Migration 08/14/2015

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

British government peddling xenophobia

Originally posted on Dear Kitty. Some blog:

This video says about itself:

UK refuses group entry to France’s Syrian refugees

4 October 2013

British border police on Friday ruled out group entry for some 60 Syrian asylum seekers at the French port of Calais who are trying to enter the UK.

By Alex Scrivener in Britain:

‘Rivers of Blood’ rhetoric raises hackles

Thursday 13th August 2015

Philip Hammond’s anti-migrant tirade echoes Enoch Powell’s famous speech, and we should be worried, believes ALEX SCRIVENER

IT IS depressing that so little has changed in almost half a century. In 1968, Enoch Powell gave his infamous Rivers of Blood speech. He predicted that immigration would cause falling living standards, shortages of hospital beds and school places and spoke of the “privilege” that migrants enjoyed over and above the existing population.

Fast forward 47 years and here we are, hearing it all over again. Not, as we would expect…

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New study calls for fundamental rethink of the Dublin system and for legal and safe avenues to protection in Europe

Originally posted on ForumAsile:

ReportCredit: Oxford University, Refugee Studies Centre, 6 August 2015: A Report for the European Parliament’s LIBE committee co-authored by Dr Cathryn Costello.

This new report, co-authored by Dr Cathryn Costello, is the outcome of a study requested by the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) committee that examines why the Dublin system of allocation of responsibility for asylum seekers does not work effectively, from the viewpoint both of Member States and of asylum-seekers. The Dublin system has been the ‘cornerstone’ of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS), despite being unfit for its intended purpose. Judicial decisions have highlighted that the system violates fundamental rights in several respects, yet the tendency is towards its ever more coercive application.

This study urges a fundamental rethink. It argues that as long as the Dublin system is based on the use of coercion against asylum seekers, it cannot serve as an effective tool…

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Student Loans: Settlement Criterion Declared Unlawful

Originally posted on United Kingdom Immigration Law Blog:

Lady HaleR (Tigere) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills [2015] UKSC 57 (29 July 2015)

Soaring costs, rampant hostility towards foreigners and rigid rules have made the UK an unattractive place to live and study. But should settlement underpin access to student loans? As Lady Hale DPSC stressed at the outset of her judgment, Tigere’s case concerned the discriminatory rules of eligibility for educational loans which were inaccessible to students factually settled in the UK but not settled in the eyes of immigration law. “The appellant is not alone in her predicament,” spoke the voice of reason as her Ladyship clarified that the future of a very small group of young people – who, for no fault of their own, had hitherto been put in an invidious position – depended on the outcome of these proceedings. The case turned on whether either the lawful residence or settlement…

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Diasporas Reimagined, new edited collection

Originally posted on Postcards from ...:

The publication of Diasporas Reimagined is just a few weeks away. The anthology includes 44 original chapters and a foreword by Robin Cohen. The editorial team includes Alan Gamlen (Victoria University), Giulia Liberatore (University of Oxford), Helene Neveu Kringelbach (UCL) and me. Free hard copies of the book will be distributed to attendees of the ‘Impact of Diasporas‘ conference on 17th September at the Royal Geographic Society in London. The book will be available shortly afterward as a pay-on-demand or for free in pdf. If you want to find out more about contributors and contents, Diasporas Reimagined’s Table of Contents is available here. DiasporasRe

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Amnesty International on whether decriminalization supports human rights for sex workers

Originally posted on Feminist Philosophers:

From The Guardian:

“Amnesty’s draft policy opposes the Swedish model, a legal framework that has been adopted in several countries and has been described by some as progressive, and even feminist. However, the reality of criminalising those who pay for our services is that sex workers are left with fewer clients, including men who we might otherwise have felt able to turn away – those who seem drunk, aggressive or who have a reputation for violence.

“Furthermore, by prioritising the supposed “eradication” of the sex industry, these laws empower police officers to harass, evict and deport migrant sex workers. This is exactly what Amnesty found when it looked at the Swedish model. In Norway the police had a virulent attitude towards women selling sex, and sex workers felt that reporting violence to the police was in itself dangerous because it attracted police attention. As one sex worker told Amnesty:…

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Zygmunt Bauman on multiculturality and its traps

Originally posted on Postcards from ...:

zygmunt-baumanOn 19 October the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at the University of Birmingham will be hosting a distinguished lecture by Professor Zygmunt Bauman on multiculturality on a diasporized planet. The talk is free and open to the public, but due to limited places booking is required. You can register here 


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CFP: Justice and Social Ontology of Race

Originally posted on Feminist Philosophers:

The North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP) invites submissions for its group session at the Pacific APA, 2016. The theme of our session will be:

“Justice and the Social Ontology of Race”

Proposals on topics intersecting this theme, broadly understood, are welcome, and might include:

–       The use of racial categories in social planning and policy

–       The ontological status and import of racial categories

–       Race and the justice system

–       The role of race in social and political identity

–       Intersectional analyses of racialized experience(s)

–       Racial categories and educational institutions

–       Race and experience

–       Race and equity

–       Racial violence

–       The status of criminal hate

Other topics in this vein are welcome and encouraged.

Submissions should take the form of extended abstracts or papers. Abstracts should be around 1000 words, with bibliography included. Papers should be under 3000 words. Please include the following information in…

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Calais migrants are not invading: they’re just a small part of a global refugee crisis

Originally posted on Postcards from ...:

by Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham

[This article was originally published on The Conversation]

Much of the media coverage and political rhetoric of recent weeks has implied that the UK is undergoing an uncontrollable invasion by migrants attempting to jump on moving lorries in Calais.

To put this “crisis” in some perspective, it is useful to consider where most of residents of the “new jungle” at Calais come from and how they reached continental Europe. Many of the inhabitants of the new migrant camp in Calais are survivors of those dangerous Mediterranean boat journeys that until a few weeks ago seemed so distant from Dover.

They come mostly from countries such as Syria, Eritrea, Afghanistan and Iraq devastated by years of civil war, repressive and dictatorial regimes, with no future to offer for their youth. This growing mobility across the Med is not surprising given we are witnessing…

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Dozens of fathers amongst migrants being forcibly deported tonight from the UK

Originally posted on Feminist Philosophers:

The Home Office is preparing to deport dozens of west African migrants on a specially chartered aircraft leaving Stansted tonight, bound for Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Gabon. Immigration officials have reportedly detained hundreds of people this month ahead of the flight.

Many of the men booked on the flight are being separated from pregnant partners and young children, according to volunteers at the Unity Centre, Glasgow, who have spoken to deportees. They say that the the men, being held in London immigration lock-ups, expressed “terror and desperation at the prospect of being separated from established lives in the UK”.

Anthony* has a wife and two-year-old child who both have the right to remain in the UK. “We lost a baby in 2008, we visit the burial site regularly. They are trying to take me away from this,” Anthony told the Unity Centre. “Every time I call my wife…

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20 years fighting for global justice

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Militias in Syria & Iraq: A Blessing in Disguise?

Originally posted on Political Violence @ a Glance:

By Barbara F. Walter

A rebel sits in the back of a pickup truck in northern Syria. By Freedom House. A rebel sits in the back of a pickup truck in northern Syria. By Freedom House.

Pro-government militias are proliferating in the civil wars in Syria and Iraq and this means that the wars are likely to be longer, bloodier and messier (see here, here and here). Today, the number of Shia militias in Iraq continues to grow, while hundreds of pro-Assad militias already exist in Syria. This explosion of armed factions has made even optimists in Washington DC gloomy about the Obama administration’s desire for a negotiated solution to these wars. The more factionalized a civil war, the less likely it is to end in a negotiated settlement.

But there may be some good news. In a rigorous study of 53 multi-party civil wars (including a detailed case study of Afghanistan) Fotini Christia at MIT found that competing rebels don’t…

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Novel: The Blue Between Sky and Water by Susan Abulhawa

It was interesting to read the recent newspaper review article of the author and human rights activist Susan Abulhawa’s latest novel entitled, “”The Blue Between Sky and Water.”  The article in the London Metro `In defiance of disaster’ reflects on the author’s work in attempting to document the lives of women in Gaza.

As Abulhawa outlines:

At the centre of thee it all are the women. The matriarchs, the gossips, the healers, the lost, the dreamers, the artists and the sandcastle makers … They are the women I met in my imagination, in documentaries, in person, in news clips .. They all carried Palestine wherever exile took them and I inherited from them the wound of an unredeemed history.”

The official pres release provides further details of the novel and is available to download as a PDF file here – Media Pack.

The official website for Susan Abulhawa, entitled Morning in Jenin, is located here:  http://morningsinjenin.com/

 

Event in Oxford: ‘Small Gatherings for Big Thoughts’

Small Gatherings for Big Thoughts

Bring your own ingredients
Meet a stranger
Cook a meal together without a recipe
and
Share the result of your collective making

Small gatheringsYou are invited to bring with you 3 ingredients and explore cooking together without a recipe as an opportunity to reflect on how we come together with our differences and the possibilities we can co-create when we find ourselves having to work from what we have.

Think carefully of what you would like to share and what foods you would like to offer to the group. They could be something you particularly like or something you are curious about and have never tried before…

Here’s a list of ingredients you could bring: Herbs, Spices, Oils, Condiments, Grains (e.g. Rice), Fruits, Vegetables.

We will need all the partecipants to be there in order to start so please make sure you arrive on time.

BK.LUWO is helping this project to come alive. We would much appreciate  donations to support this wonderful and generous women organisation.

All welcome!

NOTES:

  • No pre-cooked foods, meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, alcohol
  •  If you are intolerant or allergic to specific foods you may participate at your own risk; please let us know in advance via e-mail.
  • Audio recordings and photography will be used for documentation purposes as part of the Social Sculpture Festival held in September at Fusion Arts (http://socialsculpturenow.tumblr.com). If you have concerns regarding the documentation of the gathering, please feel free to contact us and of course if you would rather not be included in the documentation (audio, photography), your wishes will be respected.

CONTACT DETAILS:

thoughtsgathering@gmail.com

LOCATION:

East Oxford Community Centre, 44 Princes Street, 1st floor, BK.LUWO United Women Organisation, Oxford OX4 1DD, UK

ABOUT BK. LUWO:

Berbedo Kelo Lonyo Women Organisation is a Northern Uganda Refugee Women’s initiative; now open to all women in the wider community in Oxfordshire. It aims at bringing women together at a mutual friendly venue, where women feel free and safe to share their experiences and existing skills learn from one another and develop confidence and self-esteem. While promoting refugees integration in the wider community, BK.LUWO also understands the importance, and thus encourages the speaking and preserving of the refugees’ homeland language, culture and oral tradition to pass on to the next and future generations, all collected together, translated, recorded and made available to the wider community. Engaging in participatory activities to relieve stress and also to ensure learning new skills to improve mental, social and economic status is the key to our success. Some of the skills learnt here could empower those refugees and Asylum Seekers contemplating a return to their homeland.

WHAT DOES BK.LUWO MEAN?

The acronym BK.LUWO is made from two languages. The first three letters are taken from Northen Ugandan Luo Languages, in which:

B stands for Ber-bedo  (LIVING TOGETHER IN HARMONY)

K stands for Kelo (BRINGS ABOUT)

L stands for ‘Lonyo’ (HOLISTIC WEALTH)

The last three letters are from English, where

U is used interchangeably for Ugandan or United

W stands for Women

O refers to Organisation

 

Daily Telegraph: Isis Sexual Slavery – British Yazidi Teen Fighting to Save Her Friends

The Daily Telegraph newspaper has published a very timely article highlighting the work of a Yazidi teenager now living in Britain in attempting to help the more than 3,000 Yazidi women and girls who have been subjected to sexual slavery by Isil.

Yazidi Rozin Khalil Hanjool is petitioning the Government to rescue kidnapped Yazidi women Photo: Rozin Khalil Hanjool

Rozin Khalil Hanjool has created an online petition urging the UK government to help these Yazidi women and girls and to highlight their plight to the Western world.  The Yazidi community is a Kurdish ethnic community in Northern Iraq and reports estimate that between 5,000 and 7,000 wome were taken by Isil last year alone.

Full details of the article are available on the Daily Telegraph website at: Isis Sexual Slavery: British Yazidi Teen Fighting to Save Her Friends” by Radhika Sanghani.

Full details of the online petition is available online here:  Help the Yazidi women and girls kidnapped by ISIS

Further information can also be found in The Daily Telegraph article Yazidi girls as young as eight raped as Isil sex slaves, finds report

The Independent: Ukraine’s other crisis – Living in the shadow of Chernobyl

A man walks past a memorial in the abandoned city of Pripyat near the Chernobyl reactor. Copyright: The Independent.

A very poignant story from the website of the Independent newspaper exploring the lives of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster, 28 years after the disaster took place.

Ukraine’s other crisis: Living in the shadow of Chernobyl – where victims receive just 9p a month and are left to fend for themselves” by Thom Davies, a human geographer at the University of Birmingham working on a CEELBAS funded PhD about Chernobyl and Alexey Furman, a photojournalist based in Ukraine, highlighted the ongoing hardships faced by the survivors of Chernobyl.  Hardships only heightened by the impact of the Ukraine conflict, ineffective government and austerity measures forced upon Ukraine by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to qualify for emergency IMF funding.

As the authors reflect in their article:

People affected by the tragedy have been exposed twice – once to the invisible threat of radiation, and once more to a state that does not care.

The full article combined with selected photographs is available online from the Independent website at:  “Ukraine’s other crisis: Living in the shadow of Chernobyl – where victims receive just 9p a month and are left to fend for themselves

 

Exhibition: Lingering Ghosts by Sam Ivin

The artist Sam Ivin has recently published details of his latest project entitled `Lingering Ghosts’ which looks at the UK migration system and how it treats asylum seekers looking to find refuge here in Britain.

Further details of this project can be found on the website at http://www.samivin.com/

New Research Paper: The true human rights situation in Eritrea: the new UK Home Office Guidance as a political instrument for the prevention of migration

Please, find in following link this paper:

‘The true human rights situation in Eritrea: the new UK Home Office Guidance as a political instrument for the prevention of migration’
by Sara Palacios Arapiles.

Link to Paper:  http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/6097/

This research paper aims at documenting the true situation in Eritrea,
in order to refute the credibility of the content and of some of the
sources of the new Guidance on Eritrea issued by the UK Home Office
(HO); and of the related policies that are being implemented in some
other countries, such as Israel. The HO country of origin Guidance
surprisingly claims that there are alleged signs of improvement inside
Eritrea for potential returnees. It is argued in this paper that the
reasons for this are entirely politically influenced, with the purpose
of preventing migration. The paper then brings to light the current
circumstances in the country – supported inter alia by the testimonies
gathered by the author, and the new findings of the UN Commission of
Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea- that would make the forcible return
of the Eritrean asylum-seekers and refugees unlawful.

 

New UNHCR report: 2014 Global Trends: World at War

New Publication from UNHCR:

UNHCR are pleased to announce that the following report has been published and is available for download via the UNHCR statistics website at:  www.unhcr.org/statisics

2014 Global Trends – World at War

UNHCRThe report provides an overview of the statistical trends and changes in global populations of concern to UNHC, i.e. refugees, returnees, stateless persons, and certain groups of internally displaced persons (IDPs), place din the context of major humanitarian developments and displacement during the year.

Some of the key findings of the report:

  • Global forced displacement has seen accelerated growth in 2014, once again reaching unprecedented levels. The year saw the highest displacement on record. By end-2014, 59.5 million individuals were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, generalized violence, or human rights violations. This is 8.3 million persons more than the year before (51.2 million) and the highest annual increase in a single year.
  • Some 19.5 million persons were refugees, 14.4 million under UNHCR’s mandate and 5.1 million Palestinian refugees registered by UNRWA. The global figure included 38.2 million internally displaced persons and nearly 1.8 million asylum-seekers. If these 59.5 million persons were a nation, they would make up the 24th largest in the world.
  • An estimated 13.9 million individuals were newly displaced due to conflict or persecution in 2014. This includes 11.0 million persons newly displaced within the borders of their own country, the highest figure on record. The other 2.9 million individuals were new refugees.
  • For the first time, Turkey became the largest refugee-hosting country worldwide, with 1.59 million refugees. Turkey was followed by Pakistan (1.51 million), Lebanon (1.15 million), the Islamic Republic of Iran (982,000), Ethiopia (659,500), and Jordan (654,100).
  • More than half (53%) of all refugees worldwide came from just three countries: the Syrian Arab Republic (3.88 million), Afghanistan (2.59 million), and Somalia (1.11 million).
  • Over the course of 2014,some 126,800 refugees returned to their countries of origin. This figure was the lowest level of refugee returns since 1983.
  • A record high of nearly 1.7 million individuals submitted applications for asylum or refugee status in 2014. UNHCR offices registered 245,700 or 15 per cent of these claims. With 274,700 asylum claims, the Russian Federation was the world’s largest recipient of new individual applications, followed by Germany (173,100), the United States of America (121,200), and Turkey (87,800).
  • Children below 18 years of age constituted 51 per cent of the refugee population in 2014, up from 41 per cent in 2009 and the highest figure in more than a decade.

 

UEL International Development Undergraduate Conference

We are delighted to inform you of an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students and those who have recently graduated.

We have extended the deadline for abstracts.

Is Sustainable Development Possible ?  Economic, Social and Environmental Frictions.

 7th November 2015

Students at University of East London (UEL), in partnership with the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) are pleased to invite you to the fifth student-led undergraduate conference for development at UEL.

The conference gives students a unique opportunity to debate their work in a public forum, receive feedback from academic scholars, meet students from a range of international universities and network with potential employers.

Past student presenters have described the event as “a high-value learning experience” and “a great place to take the first step of presenting at conferences”.

We are confident in the fantastic opportunity this conference offers and encourage you to cascade the call for papers and information of the conference to students and recent graduates. You are most welcome to attend yourself and we urge you to inspire students to attend and participate in the conference as we feel that it will be an invaluable experience for all.

Further information is available at: http://www.uel-undergraduate-conference.co.uk/ Alternatively, we can be contacted directly at organization@uel-undergraduate-conference.co.uk

Innovating Justice: The Mobile Apps Aiming to Transform How We Respond to Situations of Mass Atrocity

Originally posted on Justice in Conflict:

Christof Heyns, Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, recently released a report on the use of information and communication technologies to secure the right to life (photo: OHCHR) Christof Heyns, UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions (photo: OHCHR)

International criminal courts have often been a source of inspiration for technological innovation. At Nuremberg, the trial of the leading Nazis was facilitated by the creation of a pioneering interpretation machine by IBM, which enabled the simultaneous translation of the proceedings into English, Russian, French and German. In addition, the prosecution took the unprecedented step of relying on a documentary film, Nazi Concentration Camps, to provide a visual register of the unimaginable atrocities that had been perpetrated under Nazi rule.

Fast-forward seventy years, however, and the field of international criminal justice is struggling to keep apace with the lightning speed at which new information and communication technologies (ICTs) have been developing. In 2010, Philip Alston, then-UN Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial Executions, observed that the use of ICTs in human rights work was “only at a nascent…

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Making Human Rights Violations Visible: The UN Commission of Inquiry on Sri Lanka

Originally posted on Justice in Conflict:

Thamil Ananthavinayagan joins JiC for this guest post on the UN Commission of Inquiry of Sri Lanka’s soon-to-be released report and the challenges in achieving justice and accountability. Thamil is PhD researcher at the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUi Galway and where his work focuses on the UN Human Rights Council.

A soldier carries a small child during the Sri Lankan civil war (Photo: Reuters) A soldier carries a small child during the Sri Lankan civil war (Photo: Reuters)

“Only the dead have seen the end of war.”
– George Santayana

In the concluding phases of their thirty-year civil war, Sri Lankan security forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) repeatedly committed mass atrocities. Although both sides had committed atrocities throughout the conflict, the scale and nature of violations radically worsened in the final five months that led up to the government’s declaration of victory in May 2009, resulting in the deaths of thousands of civilians and the displacement of…

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Recording the labours of the ingenious: 350 years of the scholarly journal

Originally posted on The Policy Press Blog:

In this blog post, Kim Eggleton, our Journals Executive, takes a look back at the 350 year history and exciting future possibilities for the humble Journal.

Kim Eggleton, Journals Executive Kim Eggleton, Journals Executive

2015 marks the 350th anniversary of the scholarly journal. Can you believe that, 350 years? Think where we’ve come from there. There are now arguably too many journals to choose from!

There are even tools and businesses dedicated to helping researchers find the “right” journal for them. While the exact number is up for debate, there were estimated to be more than 28,000 active scholarly peer-reviewed journals in existence in August 2012, collectively publishing about 1.7–1.8 million articles a year (Ware and Mabe, 2012).

There’s a journal of everything now. Want to know more about chips? Try the American Journal of Potato Research. Wondering what the music of Ancient Greece was inspired by? Try Greek and Roman Musical Studies

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EU Migration Agenda as a cloud

Originally posted on Postcards from ...:

EU migration agenda as a cloud, Nando Sigona, 2015 EU migration agenda as a cloud, Nando Sigona, 2015

Not sure what to make of this, interesting to see the prominence of ‘member states’, as they are certainly crucial in determining the success or failure of the strategy. Given the responses in the last few weeks (including France’s pushback at Ventimiglia), the latter seems a much more likely outcome. Assuming that the ‘kingdom’ in the cloud stands for the UK, it confirms that the UK is a major player on this agenda, despite having the right to opt-out from some components of it.

Interesting also to see the difference between ‘migration’ and ‘migrants’, a sign perhaps that EU legislators are much more comfortable with the process than with human beings. Not surprisingly, ‘smugglers’, ‘criminal network’and ‘smuggling’ also make the top 150 words, but not ‘traffickers’, term often used by the Italian PM to justify is interventionist agenda. Finally, the EU solutions…

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Freedom not borders! Unconditional European residence permit for all migrants!

Originally posted on clandestina:

Saturday, the 13th of June, will be a day of mobilization of migrants in Italy and in Germany, with demonstrations in Bologna, Bari, Brescia and Frankfurt.

Migrants, together with precarious and industry workers, will say laud and clear that they are not going to be the ones who pay the most violent backlashes of the crisis. While migration enters the public debate as a steady «emergency», only when the massacres in the Mediterranean keep happening, a true and daily war against migrants is fought on the internal and external borders of Europe. The division between economic migrants and refugees, as well as the new measures to face the arrivals from the Mediterranean, are just other tools to create hierarchies and to reinforce the widespread belief that migrants are something to be «managed» and «relocated», to be «used», while they become an unwelcome «burden» when they are not needed anymore. Migrants…

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Addressing the Economic Dimensions of Mass Atrocities: International Criminal Law’s Business or Blind Spot?

Originally posted on Justice in Conflict:

Carl von Clausewitz, a Prussian general and military theorist (Photo: Quotessays.com) Prussian general and military theorist, Carl von Clausewitz (Photo: Quotessays.com)

The past few decades have witnessed a burgeoning literature examining the economic dimensions of modern warfare. Indeed, if Prussian general and military theorist Carl von Clausewitz could argue in 1832 that war is merely a continuation of politics by other means, more recent studies seem to suggest that modern conflict is often as much, if not more, a continuation of economics by other means.

For international criminal lawyers, the question that naturally arises from such studies is the extent to which international criminal law can and should address the economic dimensions of mass atrocity situations. With this question in mind, this post summarises three perspectives from which scholars and practitioners have been examining the potential and limits of international criminal law as a response to the political economy of mass atrocity situations.

The Critical Perspective: Illuminating the Structural Economic Causes…

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Justice and Accountability in Syria: The Limited Options at Hand

Originally posted on Justice in Conflict:

Shikha Dilawri and Mark Lattimer join JiC for this guest-post on the options available for achieving justice and accountability in Syria. Mark is the Director of the Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights and co-editor of Justice for Crimes Against Humanity. Shikha works with the Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights and Minority Rights Group International.

(Photo: Freedom House, Creative Commons) (Photo: Freedom House, Creative Commons)

Atrocities continue to mount in Syria and the situation has become no less critical a year after the UN Security Council failed to pass a resolution to refer the situation to the ICC. Answers remain elusive, with different parties to the conflict continuing to perpetrate war crimes and crimes against humanity – including massacres of civilians, indiscriminate aerial bombardment, enforced disappearances, systematic torture, rape, and the use of children in hostilities. Meanwhile, the heavy focus on ISIS or Da’ash has detracted international attention from the broader humanitarian disaster, now turning the…

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A Greek Court Is Fining Migrants Who Were Shot at by Their Boss

Originally posted on clandestina:

Source: http://www.vice.com/read/exclusive-greek-tax-authority-demands-money-from-migrants-876

On April 17, 2013, nearly 200 Bangladeshi immigrants working in the strawberry production fields of the Peloponese town of Manolada, in Greece, demanded to be paid the six months outstanding wages that they were owed. In response, their supervisors opened fire on them, injuring 28 people.

The controversies surrounding the Manolada case and it’s judicial proceedings seem to keep unfolding. The Bangladeshi migrant workers have not only been denied any sort of witness protection or financial compensation, they are now expected to pay legal fees related to the case.

The court recently ruled their employer—strawberry trader Nikos Vaggelatos—as well as one of the accused gunmen, Kostas Chaloulos, not guilty. Two of the other supervisors were, however, charged. One for grievous bodily harm and the other for aiding by omission.

During the trial, the legal team defending the workers asked for the president of the Mixed Jury Court of…

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Security Council Negotiations Regarding EU Call for Use of Force Against Smugglers Ongoing; Russia Warns Against Repeating “Abuse” of 2011 UNSC Resolution

Originally posted on MIGRANTS AT SEA:

The Security Council Report reports that “[t]he negotiations on the EU draft aimed at tackling the smuggling of migrants on the Mediterranean were still ongoing at press time between some Council members and the Libyan authorities. (For at least one permanent member the consent of the Tobruk/al-Bayda-based government seems to be indispensable for the adoption of the resolution.) In the past, it has been difficult to get agreement on resolutions authorising the interception of vessels, whether in the context of the implementation of sanctions or counter-piracy measures. Some Council members feel strongly about not contravening the principle of freedom of navigation codified in the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. As such, they have tended to focus their discussions in the past on such issues as the procedures to authorise interdiction, whether the consent of the flag state is required and the maritime zones where the interdiction is…

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European Migrant Death Database – Deaths at the Borders of Southern Europe

Originally posted on MIGRANTS AT SEA:

VU University Amsterdam has released a border death database documenting migrant deaths along the Southern European borders.

Here is a web post from DIIS (Danish Institute for International Studies) describing the project: “On 12 May 2015, researchers of VU University Amsterdam 2015-05-12_Border Deaths Org mapreleased a border death database, based on official death records of migrants who died at the Southern European borders in the years 1990-2013. They suggest that European states continue to collect such data supervised by a new European Migrant Death Observatory which is should be part of the Council of Europe.

The database contains individualized information on 3.188 people who died while attempting to reach southern EU countries from the Balkans, the Middle East, and North & West Africa, and whose bodies were found in or brought to Europe. It is unique because it includes – where known – date and place of death, cause of death, gender…

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WikiLeaks Releases Classified Documents Describing EU Plans For Military Strikes Against Libyan Migrant Smugglers

Originally posted on MIGRANTS AT SEA:

WikiLeaks has released two documents which describe the EU plans for possible military attacks on boats used by migrant smugglers in Libya:

Document 1: “Military Advice on the “Draft Crisis Management Concept for a possible CSDP operation to disrupt human smuggling networks in the Southern Central Mediterranean””(also here)

Document 2: “PMG Recommendations on the draft Crisis Management Concept for a possible CSDP operation to disrupt human smuggling networks in the Southern Central Mediterranean” (also here)

WikiLeaks Press Statement:

“EU plan for military intervention against ‘refugee boats’ in Libya and the Mediterranean

Today, WikiLeaks is releasing two classified EU documents, outlining the planned military intervention against boats travelling from Libya to Italy. The more significant of the two documents was written by the combined military defence chiefs of the EU member states. The plan was formally approved by representatives from all 28 countries on…

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HRA Watch: Reform, Repeal, Replace? Tobias Lock: Legal Implications of Human Rights Reform in the UK

Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:

Editors’ note: The blog is inviting constitutional lawyers to comment on the UK Government’s proposal to repeal and replace the Human Rights Act. We begin with a post by Dr Tobias Lock, Lecturer in EU Law at Edinburgh Law School. You can read the other contributions in this series here. Posts on the topic are welcome.

Tobias LockThe return of a majority Conservative government in last week’s general election in the UK has made the Conservative Party’s plans for reforming human rights law in the United Kingdom a likely prospect. It is recalled that on 3 October 2014, the Conservative Party published its policy document ‘Protecting Human Rights in the UK’ which sets out its proposal to repeal the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) and replace it with a new British Bill of Rights. In addition, the policy document also raised the prospect that the UK might withdraw from the European Convention on…

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Statewatch Analysis: The EU’s Planned War on Smugglers

Originally posted on MIGRANTS AT SEA:

Statewatch has issued an Analysis, “The EU’s Planned War on Smugglers,” written by Steve Peers, Professor of EU Law, University of Essex:

“The EU’s Foreign Affairs Council is meeting today to discuss the possibility of a military operation in the Mediterranean to take actions against smuggling of migrants. Officially, at least, the purpose of the operation (as defined by EU leaders last month) is to destroy smugglers’ boats. The EU’s High Representative has stated that there will be ‘no boots on the ground’; and as she arrived at the Council meeting today, she referred to authorising an ‘EU operation at sea’. However, it is clear from the documents discussed in the EU’s Political and Security Committee last week that (unless plans have changed radically in the meantime) the High Representative is being “economical with the truth”. The EU action clearly contemplates action by ground forces. Moreover, it anticipates…

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Cambridge Migration Research Network Event: “Drowning Humanity?” High-level panel discussion on the Mediterranean migrant crisis

Cambridge1Thursday, 25th June, 5-7pm, Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College, followed by complimentary refreshments at Michaelhouse Café
High-level panel discussion on the Mediterranean migrant crisis
With high-profile panel of speakers:
  • Ms. Nuala Mole, Founder and Senior Lawyer at Advice on Individual Rights in Europe (AIRE)
  • Mr. Federico Soda, Chief of Mission in Italy, International Organization for Migration
  • Ms. Kalliopi Stefanaki, Protection Officer, Head of Protection Unit, UNHCR Greece
  • Mr. Wadid Benaabou, Desk Officer for Libya at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Ms. Carlotta Bellini, Head of Child Protection, Save the Children Italy
ALL WELCOME – please register your interest for this event with organisers Fabrice Langronet, Olimpia Squillaci and Andrea Binder by emailing: cammigsoc@gmail.com

Migrant Crisis in the Mediterranean: Daily News Stories 08/30/2015 (a.m.)

  • @AMac2690: A laboratory for refugee politics: inside Passau, the ‘German Lampedusa’ #politics #news #world http://t.co/C1CnVB6VSy
    @RefugeeStudyBot: A laboratory for refugee politics: inside Passau, the ‘German Lampedusa’ http://t.co/6coXuU3eqN

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    @silvianalon: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
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    @donatobuc: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @DanielaScotto: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @v_zagaria: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @SierraCharlie47: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Issi83: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Alessio_Amat: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @chiaramanna: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @311titti: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Ugugu: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @GranataElena: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @wusi: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @psydo1291: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @leonardoteti: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @andrea_brusss: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @CarereStefania: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MSF_SICILY: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @emmecip: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Oibaf_Isot: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Pholey_vn: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MuffinGSD: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MarcoVi18: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Stellamalfitana: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @paravertudo: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @marifausti55: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @lucrezia2811: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @ValeriaColibri: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @sca_loredana: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @LaIsaRinaldi: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Kai_1963: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @deustronzio: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @DanieleTaverna: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @PatriziaErre: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @RossellaUsl: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Vandauga: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @anasofiaguerra5: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Consentino_G: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @mariastefaniama: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @LilianaOcmin: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @NekoMalaika: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @floramail9: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @DiversamentAlta: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @luliban: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @flopestelli: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @AGazaneo: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @valregnier: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @IULGIO: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @NormandiLieto: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MonicaSarra: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MartinsNameHier: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @morosr: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @lalitapetila: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @FerraroMatteo: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @borderman74: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @jaazcona: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @clinicaduemari: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @RamorAmoroso: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @BraggiCarlotta: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @ReginaCatrambon: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @giulialoporto: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @roccomarone76: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @LylenAlbani: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @io_mny: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @marmarfar: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Nabilinsky: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Crinova: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @JoyceManieri: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @grazianini: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @zanueschk: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MAnderlucci: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @mastega09: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MorrocoyC: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @MassiPambianco: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @antonella_madia: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @mauriziogalbo: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @giogiozo: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @giancas76: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @isoladilipari: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @_jedm: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @luca_alici: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @giorgiansa: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @sbreda62: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @luciocincinnato: Top story: @giusi_nicolini: ‘La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scor… http://t.co/kQRwd5S80A, see more http://t.co/jCjpPsnl8p
    @Margo_Channing: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @stellavale: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @bastaCasta: Top story: @giusi_nicolini: ‘La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scor… http://t.co/g3NNfdowO9, see more http://t.co/A7rPphOyfD
    @amcontursi: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @GraziaTardo: RT @bastaCasta: Top story: @giusi_nicolini: ‘La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scor… http://t.co/g3NNfdowO9, see more http://t.co/A7rPphOyfD
    @PatriceinMilano: RT @bastaCasta: Top story: @giusi_nicolini: ‘La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scor… http://t.co/g3NNfdowO9, see more http://t.co/A7rPphOyfD
    @SaraMarchini_: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Ollipaz: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt
    @Topolottino: RT @bastaCasta: Top story: @giusi_nicolini: ‘La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scor… http://t.co/g3NNfdowO9, see more http://t.co/A7rPphOyfD
    @paolobruschi: RT @giusi_nicolini: La neonata arrivata viva a #Lampedusa giovedì scorso e’ bellissima.Ma la sua mamma non ce l’ha fatta #figliadelmare http://t.co/qefM33gaPt

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @divebot: RT @video_gopro: #Linosa #island #gopro #mediterranean #castagnole #scuba #fish #dive #lampedusa by aethus_linosa http://t.co/Wo7MvfXw2f

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  • @DanKaszeta: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @skaribo_h: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @AndriiOlefirov: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @grumpy_farmers: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @lstanbulda: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @Blahblahblah2u: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @maria_thaler: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @RefugeeStudyBot: Sputnik on Twitter: “#US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Beri… https://t.co/jIGSBluABq
    @MobyPaul: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @lzedmitryy: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @rlamsfuss: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7
    @kostyakerimov: RT @Sputnik_Intl: #US gets its first taste of #MigrantCrisis as 10 asylum seekers from #Russia paddle over Bering Strait http://t.co/h0Pmo77Ij7

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @richyh5712: RT @theordinaryman2: this man is a disgrace @MartinSchulz Why is this Europe’s problem ? what are Africa doing ..? #migrantcrisis https://t.co/lpQWQBXSLQ
    @AfredAlbion: RT @theordinaryman2: this man is a disgrace @MartinSchulz Why is this Europe’s problem ? what are Africa doing ..? #migrantcrisis https://t.co/lpQWQBXSLQ

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @theordinaryman2: #migrantcrisis https://t.co/flqegGlo06

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  • @_mustafaay: RT @Sungmanitu58: #SyrianRefugees I am guilty of using the #migrantcrisis in the past but no more! This is a #RefugeeCrisis ! @BBC http://t.co/6RakCTsSYp
    @fati_jihad: RT @Sungmanitu58: #SyrianRefugees I am guilty of using the #migrantcrisis in the past but no more! This is a #RefugeeCrisis ! @BBC http://t.co/6RakCTsSYp
    @arachnitator: RT @Sungmanitu58: #SyrianRefugees I am guilty of using the #migrantcrisis in the past but no more! This is a #RefugeeCrisis ! @BBC http://t.co/6RakCTsSYp
    @EnigmaNetxx: RT @Sungmanitu58: #SyrianRefugees I am guilty of using the #migrantcrisis in the past but no more! This is a #RefugeeCrisis ! @BBC http://t.co/6RakCTsSYp
    @bellandwhislte: RT @Sungmanitu58: #SyrianRefugees I am guilty of using the #migrantcrisis in the past but no more! This is a #RefugeeCrisis ! @BBC http://t.co/6RakCTsSYp
    @littleangel911: RT @Sungmanitu58: #SyrianRefugees I am guilty of using the #migrantcrisis in the past but no more! This is a #RefugeeCrisis ! @BBC http://t.co/6RakCTsSYp

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @Qbl_Njefan: About 200 feared dead in #Libya refugee boat disaster, officials say 82 found dead http://t.co/DSpRfajJ6M #migrantcrisis #refugeecrisis

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @Flashmaggie: Are there still any human beings out there? https://t.co/vJiBOODOXY #migrantcrisis
    @suffolkhands: Are there still any human beings out there? https://t.co/FHWGwZRKzs #migrantcrisis

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @_mustafaay: Retweeted SUNGMANITU 58 (@Sungmanitu58): #SyrianRefugees I am guilty of using the #migrantcrisis in the past but… http://t.co/yjX74KFQ6s

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @farazzz_: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @_Ruxx_: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @FIRUZEH_: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @Lightbox2: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @FelixOngati: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @heidiEcampbell5: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @juliettec49: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @Deborahcleary2: RT @RefugeeStudyBot: R. on Twitter: “Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome … https://t.co/bOnWixawDG
    @daddyfxcks: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @Liza_Kurakova: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @leepearson: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @awais_17: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @HuzaifahValli: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @Steinaket: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @TarrshaLadoo: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @Hawk_Stealth_13: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @zarzzzz: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0
    @leilakebbs: RT @r_uhi: Protect humans, not borders. Written so well. #migrantcrisis #refugeeswelcome http://t.co/ewRdSkp6O0

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @KhabarEU: 15 held in Spain for smuggling migrants on water scooters #waterscooters #Smuggling #migrantcrisis #Madrid #Spain http://t.co/fRV5agAvQJ
    @KhabarEU: Spain: 15 held for smuggling migrants on water scooters #waterscooters #Smuggling #migrantcrisis #Madrid #Spain Read: http://t.co/fRV5agS6Ih

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @InfidelPrince: RT @WIZZANT: Who is that fuckin idiot on @bbcnews? Another loony lefties happy to flood our country with a swarm of #MigrantCrisis
    @InfidelPrince: RT @WIZZANT: 50 #MigrantCrisis dead on a European motorway Killed by the inability of the @EU to stop them @Angela_Merkel @David_Cameron @donaldtusk
    @InfidelPrince: RT @WIZZANT: Lords needs to be scrapped and the £95 million cost used the secure our borders #AnyCuntButCameron @UKIP @David_Cameron #MigrantCrisis

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @freethinkinvybz: https://t.co/JXLAzuIMyo #migrantcrisis LETS HAVE SOME #CLARITY #BACKGROUND #HISTORY #FACTS #PATTERNS #FORCEDMIGRATION #RACISM #BRITAIN #UK

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @afcoory: RT @MarkSwain4: Moving piece on #immigration by @afcoory Topical at this time #migrantcrisis https://t.co/ORV5zD0ThB http://t.co/w7Hf66E3mh
    @ozhank626: RT @MarkSwain4: Moving piece on #immigration by @afcoory Topical at this time #migrantcrisis https://t.co/ORV5zD0ThB http://t.co/w7Hf66E3mh

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @lottiemay: RT @Rubiconski: Migrants Flee After Democracy Created Chaos In Their Countries http://t.co/0qTWLnAZWn #migrantcrisis http://t.co/dHa733Mq8Z

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @DrakoTommy: RT @mompontet: C’est à partir de combien de morts que mon pays se décidera à ouvrir des centres d’accueil dignes pour les réfugiés ? #migrantcrisis

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @gordioooooo: Lampedusa

    tags: IFTTT Twitter MigrantCrisis

  • @diegomartone: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/tqkDhjUOtO A…
    @italianoirato: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/o2foPBqJc7
    @fondieuropei20: #FondiUE24 Il Fatto QuotidianoMigranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi …Il Fatto Quot… http://t.co/jaxz4bbcHh
    @EBertolaccini: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/usBJnc4uMy
    @disinformatia: Il Fatto: #notizie #Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché… http://t.co/Vzx1tSDsvJ
    @fforzano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/FHEia10LSp
    @fallobello: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/sVnKMuYMWx
    @agenziastampait: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/DbrSH8QmLE
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/L1vSnaishm
    @fondosocialeeu: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi … – Il Fatto Quotidiano: Il Fatto Quotidiano… http://t.co/YxqnGjMS9W
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/aCuqDIDQqM
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/4RK6Q26MnH
    @sherlock5stelle: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/aCuqDIDQqM
    @JohnHard3: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/aCuqDIDQqM
    @fracasto: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/4RK6Q26MnH
    @enzodalmonte1: Dalmonte: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impr… http://t.co/OUmlzTzTDG
    @pinopinollo: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/aCuqDIDQqM
    @sherlock5stelle: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/4RK6Q26MnH
    @fondosocialeeu: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi … – Il Fatto Quotidiano: Il Fatto Quotidiano… http://t.co/p3LKg3ugmI
    @Fredericknapoli: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/HQ8NTLT3UR
    @RefugeeStudyBot: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” -… http://t.co/3rbKLAOdc3
    @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @Pholey_vn: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @UniqueGheorghe: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @Bugghe: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @sergimagugliani: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @PellegriniGino: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @etchisei: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/g0S3oAoFPi
    @cris_cami: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @lumandre1: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/g0S3oAoFPi
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/tVUZ62nSHc
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/uYWN1DbwkC
    @jotases: #Società #Europa #Immigrazione : Innalzare muri, una vecchia e inutile “strategia” per allontanare i problemi… http://t.co/koXopa3vLw
    @s4nk4r4: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/cEEtfA28kr
    @sherlock5stelle: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/tVUZ62nSHc
    @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/3bI0fET3v7
    @sherlock5stelle: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/cEEtfA28kr
    @sherlock5stelle: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/3bI0fET3v7
    @Angil76: Segnalo http://t.co/lKpeE2advx
    @persiana8: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/3bI0fET3v7
    @lplicato73: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @RobertaCretella: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @Antonella210119: RT @fattoquotidiano: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” http://t.co/F77dJOvjSM
    @GiorgioAntonel1: RT @MPenikas: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza… http://t.co/CvS92SFOJo #M5S http://t.co/g0S3oAoFPi
    @TwittGiorgio: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” -http://t.co/bQRTW5u9ia
    @JohnHard3: RT @TwittGiorgio: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” -http://t.co/bQRTW5u9ia
    @Giuseppe_Izzo1: RT @TwittGiorgio: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” -http://t.co/bQRTW5u9ia
    @vittoriovigamb: RT @TwittGiorgio: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” -http://t.co/bQRTW5u9ia
    @AgenziaH: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” – http://t.co/zp1PV5IGXx
    @paolorivaz: Durante le guerre balcaniche, l’Italia ha accolto 77000 rifugiati e oggi nessuno se ne ricorda più. @maurizioambros8 http://t.co/tlWMWMe9VG
    @SilvestroPistis: RT @TwittGiorgio: Migranti, “gli sbarchi a Lampedusa c’erano anche con Berlusconi. Parliamo di emergenza perché siamo impreparati” -http://t.co/bQRTW5u9ia

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  • @ThomasMichael71: .@hrmpfm @Afrogermanrebel @Lampedusa_HH Meine ganze Familie… (Meine Eltern waren Kleinkinder.) Also ganz wertfrei – ist so!
    @ThomasMichael71: .@hrmpfm @Afrogermanrebel @Lampedusa_HH Ich bin mit Geschichten aus dem Bunker groß geworden.
    @ThomasMichael71: .@hrmpfm @Afrogermanrebel @Lampedusa_HH Und ja: Sie sind sehr empathisch mit den Flüchtlingen.

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