They are subjected to violence, drown during crossings, and live for years in camps with terrible living conditions. They are beaten and raped, sold for organs, cheated and robbed. They are people, but in fact, they have fewer rights than animals. We are talking about refugees — one of the most socially unprotected categories of the world’s population.
From an interview with Silvia Maraone, coordinator of the Italian non-profit organization IPSIA (Bosnia and Herzegovina), we will find out:
🔹 What dangers await people who are forced to flee their country?
🔹 Why do border and police services allow themselves arbitrariness and feel complete impunity?
🔹 What happens in the refugee camps?
🔹 How do politicians incite hatred towards migrants among the local population?
💬 “I think the biggest step we can take is to remove our fears towards people from other countries. They are not our enemies… I urge everyone to love and respect each other, listen to each other, because communication is everything. And you don’t have to start with big things. We can change the world, a small part of it, starting with each other,” Silvia is sure about it.
Friends, watch the International online Forum “Global Crisis. We Are People. We Want to Live” and join the building of a Creative society! This will solve not only the refugee problem, but will also allow us to overcome all the crises existing in our society, including environmental and climate.
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