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Please consider making a regular donation by Standing Order to Refugee Relief Ynys Mon NatWest Account number: 71053743, Sort code: 51-61-14
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Refugee Relief Ynys Môn3 days ago
We are desperate for more volunteers to help with sorting and packing in the Amlwch shop. Please can anyone spare an hour a week to help. Anytime between 12 and 6pm or an evening. Please contact Helen Harris 07856038866 or pop into the shop. Thankyou
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Refugee Relief Ynys Môn5 days ago
No words!
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Refugee Relief Ynys Môn6 days ago
We’ve just received this lovely comment from Georgia Who lives on the Greek island of Samos. Some weeks ago we sent a 30 kg box of aid which was divided between Samos hospital and the shower program which was set up not very long ago. If anyone has any medical items, even a couple of packets of supermarket brand paracetamol or Ibuprofen in your weekly shopping will help! Or if you have any towels, slippers and nightwear or pairs of glasses that are now surplus to requirement we’d be glad to receive them for both these projects. Thank you Georgia for your very kind words.
I just received a box from Heulwen with medicine, (paracetamol) which is much appreciated, towels which will be used for the shower project for women and children by Boabab, glasses which where also sent to Mediequal team , and other special shoes for young teenagers. I cant express how much everything was immediately needed. People on Samos are suffering alot , I could say worse than in 2015. Please thank your doners on our behalf and continue helping as you are so generously doing.
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Refugee Relief Ynys Môn1 week ago
Please take note of the following sent by Philippa Kempson of the Hope project on Lesvos. These are amongst the people we are trying with your help to support. Imagine having to contemplate facing another winter in these atrocious living conditions. What has happened to humanity? Where has compassion gone? Both qualities seem non-existent as far as our modern day politicians are concerned. They can turn their backs on the situation and carry on furthering their own careers and lining their own pockets. I don’t know how they sleep at night!!
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The Hope Project
URGENT CRISIS! 12,703 refugees on Lesvos! 10,400 in Moria! That means that over 5000 people are living in the olive grove in horrific conditions! Winter is almost upon us! Most of these people are families with children! THIS IS EUROPE!!!!! Sorry for my lack of words in the video but I was so upset and furious by the conditions these people are living in, by the overwhelming stench and the overcrowding. I don’t often visit the camp because I find it so hard to deal with. How can we treat people like this? they are people and yet we treat them worse than animals!! The EU must move these people to a safe place immediately!! The EU's deliberate deterrent of horrific conditions clearly isn't working! people are still arriving because they have no other choice With the winter upon us the situation is critical, if something isn’t done people will die and their blood will be on your hands! These conditions are repeated across the islands and on the mainland! THIS IS EUROPE! The conditions here are at their worst since 2015!! #SafePassafe #FortressEurope
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Refugee Relief Ynys Môn1 week ago
Please note, the following request applies to all our drop-off points and to any items dropped off at the homes of group members. It DOES NOT apply to any donations taken directly to the Twrcelyn shop. Thank you!
Hi, since winter is fast approaching and since conditions are so dire in the refugee camps that we supply with aid, we have decided until further notice to limit items we can accept as donations to things that are desperately needed by those we support. We would therefore ask you not to donate ornaments, crockery, large toys or bric-a-brac, for the for seeable future. Until further notice priorities will be winter clothes, winter footwear, jackets, blankets, sleeping bags and tents. Toiletries, nappies, baby wipes and medication are also desperately needed. If any of you have summer clothes and shoes that you wish to donate we will continue to accept those throughout the winter as it will enable us to sort them so that we can gain a head start on the fine weather next year. Thanks so much for your continued support. It is greatly appreciated both by ourselves as a charity and by the people we are trying so hard to help.
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Refugee Relief Ynys Môn1 week ago
Hi, I posted about the disgraceful behaviour of UNHCR about three4 of an hour ago. In case some of you are having trouble viewing the link, here it is again. Please watch! And even more importantly please share far and wide! The world needs to know how these people are being abused and mistreated by the very organisation that receives large sums of money on a regular basis to offer them protection at a time that they most need it. Thank you, Heulwen
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The Hope Project
We try to keep this page as positive as possible, which as you can imagine is a challenge. The events in recent weeks and escalating abuses against refugees and their human rights has made that harder than ever! Everyday people come to us with stories of mistreatment that are hard to ignore, and we do our best to help them. Of all the organisations involved with refugees, the asylum agency, the police and so many others many of the complaints we receive are about mistreatment by the very people that should be here to protect them, Before I start, I would like to share the mission statement of the UNHCR; "The High Commissioner for Refugees is mandated by the United Nations to lead and coordinate international action for the worldwide protection of refugees and the resolution of refugee problems. UNHCR's primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees" The question i have asked over the years is that if the UNHCR does not uphold the rights of refugees then who does? On the audio below you will hear about several cases from just the last weeks, one happened just today. These are not isolated cases; these cases are not rare! Today a young female artist, just 18, arrived at the Hope project hysterical and sobbing it was already 3pm. She is alone in Lesvos arriving as a minor with her father, her father was later deported leaving his 17-year-old daughter alone in the worst camp in Europe. After being attacked several times the UNHCR moved her to a studio apartment for her own safety. She had received a phone call today at around 2pm telling her that, she had to leave on the boat for Athens at 4pm, she had to vacate her apartment by 4pm, if she failed to comply then she would be returned to Moria and her money would be stopped! This young lady is registered for school that starts next month, she has a fiancé here on the island, she has friends she has a life. With one phone call and two hours’ notice she is expected to drop everything and leave alone for a city that she doesn't know!! Another young single mum tells of being man handled by the UNHCR There are so many of these cases that it can no longer be looked at as incompetence or staffing issues. If the UNHCR will not protect the rights of refugees, who will? New policy of the UNHCR is that when a refugee is told to move, they can no longer decline. Even if they know the area is dangerous, unsuitable, isolated or they are alone and afraid. That matters not to those who should be their protectors. Now they have to leave, they have no choice. They are bullied and intimidated. If they decline, they will lose their right to accommodation, even their tent in Moria. They will lose their small monthly allowance. Basically, thrown onto the streets with nothing. I would like to remind the UNHCR that these are humans, the very humans that they are employed to protect. They are not cattle! Not animals! PEOPLE!!! If you do not stand for the human rights of refugees, then who does?

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