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OLINA JIN
Mar 02, 2019
In NSDA
Developing countries couldn't handle refugees-abuses Tim Irwin,UNHCR, 17 February 2011,https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/news/latest/2011/2/4d5d27676/unhcr-caribbean-partners-work-raise-awareness-invisible-refugees.html 1. Finding safe shelter, evading sexual exploitation and ensuring daily survival without the right to work is a constant struggle for young, single refugee women like Carolina. Separation from her young daughter, whom she had to leave behind with relatives, also causes her emotional anguish. Assistance from the Aruba Red Cross and UNHCR, as well as local community members, has helped her to survive in unfamiliar surroundings. 2.Refugee restrictions in developed countries violate the UNHCR laws“In Aruba, you are either legal or illegal. There is no separate status for asylum-seekers or refugees,” said Michel Le Haye of the Aruba Red Cross. “If you are illegal, you are deported or detained. There’s no money, job, health care or legal assistance for refugees, who may be killed if forced to return to their country.
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