denied? Research reveals a 'hidden' community's neglected needs
(October 10, 2003)
A study into the housing experiences of
England’s Somali population calls into question whether local
and national policies are adequately addressing some of the most
basic needs of the country’s diverse ethnic communities.
OF "MADHIBAN" TO AUSTRALIA AND CANADA
and FRAUDULENT REFUGEE
RESETTLEMENT PROCESS IN KENYA
it only worth to make headlines, when the US "import" 14 000
sturdy "Bantu" refugees to start a new life by joining the
labour force in the US or if beautiful ethiopian girls and
representatives of "genetically rare groups" or multilingual
muslims with knowledge in military intelligence among the refugees are
FOR ALL OPPRESSORS !!!!
believe, as we are Somali Minorities that our land and our property
have been robbed, our history has been destroyed, our language has been
buried and our dignity is being violated, Remember how many times we have been
denied our rights, our blood money (Diya) our compensation has been denied
completely if we are being murdered. Our lives does not cost nothing
our lives are equal the death of Ant.
people from minority groups seriously lack protection (2002)
IDP camp on the outskirts of Bossaso with about 400 families was
totally destroyed by fire at the beginning of September. Humanitarian
organisations have expressed their concern at the lack of permanent
settlement for IDPs in the Puntland. IDPs themselves have cited
insecurity of land tenure as one of their major problems.
NATIONS - Economic and SocialCouncil
Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human
Rights - Fifty-fifth session - Item 5 of the provisional agenda -
PREVENTION OF DISCRIMINATION - Discrimination based on work and
descent Expanded working paper submitted by Mr. Asbjørn Eide and Mr.
Yozo Yokota pursuant to
Sub-Commission decision 2002/108* - (PDF)
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