Refugee law provides an essential protection for some kinds of displaced people

Refugee law provides an essential protection for some kinds of displaced people, but not all of them. It feels like we are drawn up in a world where power and wealth are unequally distributed. Thus, it has always been the powerful ones that have the advantages and not the weaker ones. I think the more we force to separate between the deserving and undeserving, the more likely we are to accept the violence done in our name. Yet it is how unusual often when we hear the word “dream” coming out from the mouth of a refugee victim. I mean why can’t they earn a living at home? Why should anyone have to put up with these conditions? Who would even care to watch and monitor all their movement? And how likely is it for a country which treat refugees with such uncaring behaviour similarly towards on their own citizens?

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