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#951071 - 13th Jun 2015 8:51pm Support for Asylum Seekers
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A protest march has been arranged in Liverpool against the recent government policy for all Asylum seekers to travel to Liverpool with any new evidence for their cases. People will be forced to travel to Liverpool with no help with travel costs or accommodation no matter where they live in the country. These communities, have already fleed persecution and atrocities and faced with yet more persecution and as a consequence could be subjected to their cases rejected and deported. The march has been focused in particular on the Entria community.

400 people are expected to assembly outside the Slave Museum Albert Dock at 1 pm this Tuesday and march peacefully to the home office at Old Hall St.
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#951078 - 13th Jun 2015 10:39pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Would seem that it's already being dealt with. No need for those expected 400 marching people to take time off work.



http://www.refugee-action.org.uk/about/m...ion_in_the_city


Edited by granny (13th Jun 2015 10:43pm)
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#951080 - 13th Jun 2015 10:50pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Does this apply to people who have been placed outside of Liverpool/ Merseyside? What is the date that the article was printed? Does it apply to recent government legislation?
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#951082 - 13th Jun 2015 10:59pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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With less than 0.3% of failed asylum seekers being successful on appeal and 75% of failed asylum seekers remaining in the country it seems to be yet another government ploy to create hatred to groups of people in order to disguise that it is the Government's process that is failing.
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#951083 - 13th Jun 2015 11:06pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Does this apply to people who have been placed outside of Liverpool/ Merseyside? What is the date that the article was printed? Does it apply to recent government legislation?


If you look at the Annual Review and Reports it gives dates, and the website is dated @2015 Refugee Action at the bottom of the page.

Red Cross and others have been assisting refugees for years and years. They would come in as stowaways off the ships at Felixstowe docks, come to our office, we then directed them to Red Cross, where they got everything they needed including food, clothing and medical assistance and fares to get to Ipswich to then be processed and given more assistance. Alternatively they were given accommodation in the Routemaster hotels, when they arrived, and still do.
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#951085 - 13th Jun 2015 11:17pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: diggingdeeper]
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With less than 0.3% of failed asylum seekers being successful on appeal and 75% of failed asylum seekers remaining in the country it seems to be yet another government ploy to create hatred to groups of people in order to disguise that it is the Government's process that is failing.
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#951087 - 13th Jun 2015 11:23pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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the 400 people on the march will probably be asylum seekers anyway when they get here should tell them their in the wrong port and march them straight back to dover and tell them the british goverment is paying for a cruise for them one way of course

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#951088 - 13th Jun 2015 11:24pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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It's another case of 'Some people just don't see'

See Trustees Annual Report (2) Objectives and (3) Activities One Stop Service.

http://www.refugee-action.org.uk/assets/0001/2453/Annual_Report___Accounts_2013-14.pdf


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#951097 - 14th Jun 2015 12:22am Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: granny]
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It's another case of 'Some people just don't see'


I'll admit to that, I don't understand a lot about asylum and I don't understand what incentive there is for a government to offer asylum - why not just give them a 6 month work permit initially?
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#951475 - 16th Jun 2015 4:24pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: granny]
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Would seem that it's already being dealt with. No need for those expected 400 marching people to take time off work.



http://www.refugee-action.org.uk/about/m...ion_in_the_city


From a reliable source: '... the project mentioned is now half way through and that is an old article from when the award was first made. For information, cuts now mean that Refugee Action in Liverpool have just 2 workers !! One on the project mentioned and one on another'.
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#951557 - 16th Jun 2015 9:25pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Interesting ! Seems very strange. Could have something to do with the vast amount they pay out in salaries and pensions.

So can the same person explain how the same has a Company Registration Number, A Charity number in England and Wales dated @2105 and the strategic plan goes from 2014 to 2019 which includes the One Stop Service at Portsmouth, Bristol, East Midlands, Liverpool and Manchester ?

Grants given in 2013 to 2014 by Liverpool City Council, Home Office, Big Lottery, Liverpool Asylum Seekers and others plus they are still operating in all other parts of the country with events for this summer happening.





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#951566 - 16th Jun 2015 9:50pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Personally, time might be better spent supporting the children of poverty in this country. There's an office in Liverpool and they need your help too, due to the rise of child sexual exploitation.


http://www.barnardos.org.uk/what_we_do/our_work/sexual_exploitation.htm
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#951572 - 16th Jun 2015 10:32pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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#951573 - 16th Jun 2015 10:38pm Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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#951612 - 17th Jun 2015 10:00am Re: Support for Asylum Seekers [Re: RUDEBOX]
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