Help for Refugees

Update posted by Michal Drzewiecki On Sep 15, 2021

In a few hours, during the parliment session, there will be hold a vote for the so-called simplified deportation procedure. After its adoption, the Border Guard will be able to immediately issue a deportation decision and execute it immediately, abandoning captured people in the marshes with a ban on entering the Schengen area for 5 years. Those people will have no right to seek protection procedure.
Our hearts break when We imagine this atrocity. Our rage grows when We think that Polish government spits on human rights. Therefore, as a Ocalenie Foundation, We support the Granica Group in their initiative to convince Prime Minister to reject the inhuman act. Our appel "No to the state of emergency" was signed by over 5,000 persons and 17 legal and expert organizations in the field of human rights. Time for helping those poor souls get a refuge in our country is running short, but Together We can make a difference.

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Update posted by Mariusz Blaszczyk On Sep 13, 2021

The solidarity protest was held yesterday at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior Affairs.

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Update posted by Michal Drzewiecki On Sep 09, 2021
  • Nargiz
  • Mahram Ali
  • Omidullah
  • Jan Mohammad
  • Mushtaq
  • Mursal
  • Alisina
  • Tamim
  • Mohsan
  • Mahdi
  • Haroon
  • Naveed
  • Mohammad Reza
  • Abdul Hafiz
  • Rabyullah
  • Batur
  • Masoud
  • Faisal
  • Rohullah
  • Mohammad
  • Suresh
  • Sayed
  • Mortaz
  • Muhammad
  • Nasratullah
  • Sayed Khalil
  • Abdul Baset
  • Muhaammad
  • Abdulali
  • Gul Chera
  • Mariam
  • Hajera
Those are the names of 32 people from Afghanistan who have been forced to sleep on the ground for almost a month.They are starving and have to defecate in front of the Polish and Belarusian services around them.
Polish side makes it difficult to provide medical help. For example, when Abdulali had been unconscious from exhaustion for 20 minutes the Polish border guards did not let the doctors to attend him.
This problem at the border can be solved in a simple and legal way. In accordance with Polish, international and EU law, those people should be taken by border guards to a refugee center. There they should be able to file applications for international protection.
By breaking those laws, introducing a state of emergency at the border, preventing providing help, the Polish authorities show that they are no different from the Belarusian regime. As a human rights activists, We do not allow for this inhumane treatment!

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