@richardvogt2019 @LiamTheKelly Yes, we continue calling for no one to be returned to Libya, not only b/c of the detention centres but also the violent conflict+widespread human rights violations. But we continue to do what we can to try and meet the humanitarian needs of refugees inside the country
97 new cases bring total COVID cases to 1,828 in Somalia
Urgent need for a ceasefire to focus efforts on stopping the virus
Many displaced Somalis live in overcrowded+unnhygeine sites. No effort should be spared to prevent rapid transmission of the virus https://t.co/hrZ49KubCi
Our operations in Yemen are reaching breaking point
Without more support, we’ll have to stop some of our programmes, which hundreds of thousands of displaced Yemenis rely on for food, shelter+medicine
Your help can save lives https://t.co/OnDLjAH0xI
Rescuing people in distress is a crucial pillar of the law of the sea.
You cannot punish people for saving lives.
Not only would it be inhumane, but also against maritime+int'l law.
Here's UNHCR and @IMOHQ's guide to rescue at sea https://t.co/zXMhTqXA2V
Good to see action being taken. Too many smugglers+traffickers are able to act with impunity
But this should go hand in hand with more safe+legal pathways to asylum+migration. And trafficking victims must be able to come forward without fear of punishment https://t.co/tfHlFNet1G
??? YEMEN WARNING ???
100,000+ Yemenis have fled their homes due to conflict this year ALONE
80% of the country need humanitarian aid
People forced to resort to begging, child labour+early marriages
We urgently need more support to help people struggling to survive https://t.co/5rfct6SPh6