#WithRefugees

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The results of our global survey on public attitudes towards refugees are overwhelmingly positive – but most governments still just aren’t listening. It’s time to speak out!

It’s time to make brave decisions and do the right thing – Governments can start by agreeing to share responsibility for those refugees who need help most, at the World Humanitarian Summit in Turkey on 23-24 May.

We’re pushing for more than 1 million refugees to be resettled by the end of 2017. It’s not going to be simple, or easy, but as our Refugees Welcome survey shows, thousands of people stand ready to roll up their sleeves and pitch in.

Stand #withrefugees

Take the pledge https://www.amnesty.org/en/get-involved/take-action/speak-out-for-refugees-rights/

14 COMMENTS

  1. arent some middle eastern refugees sexually assaulting women, even underage girls in europe? im sure them being from the middle east, a large portion of them, if not all of them, will be violent towards women

  2. Out of the three F's you have chosen Flight good luck in your endeavor.
    That does not mean bad things won't happen to you. You could have chosen Fight or Freeze. The rest of us will have to make one of the three sooner than we think as well. I am allowed only one choice and I think you know what that is.

  3. To be fair to the "worst" ranked countries on that list, Turkey already hosts the largest refugee population in the world. As a developing nation with limited resources and a border with Syria, I'm sure this factors greatly into public opinion. Thailand is in a similar position with it's Burmese refugee population. Great video though – I just wish the worst rankings were not included since I feel that other factors need to be taken into account.

  4. Helping people fleeing from war? Sure. Well, how many of the migrants fit that description?
    Also let's ignore crime statistics for migrants, that'll make this argument much easier.

  5. Amnesty International is just another criminal organization, pushing war, delivering "reasons" for yet the next country, and the next country, to be bombed and destroyed for "humanitarian" reasons.
    Amnesty, and a few dozen other so called NGO's need to be shut down and prosecuted for their crimes against humanity.

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