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Refugee Children in Immigration Detention Protest Broadmeadows, Melbourne, Australia, 2011

Refugee Children in Immigration Detention Protest Broadmeadows, Melbourne, Australia, 2011

Taken on 2011-04-02

The Refugee Action Collective organised a march and protest on Saturday 2 April 2011 against children in immigration detention outside the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation at Camp Road, Broadmeadows. Despite Labor's October announcement that all children would be released from detention, there are still more than 1,000 children locked up including more than 140 young asylum seekers from the ages of 13-18 are detained in the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation at Camp Road, Broadmeadows.

Source: Takver/Wikipedia

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-09-03

Free the Children: Protesters in Melbourne, Australia, 2011

Free the Children: Protesters in Melbourne, Australia, 2011

Taken on 2011-04-02

The Refugee Action Collective organised a march and protest on Saturday 2 April 2011 against children in immigration detention outside the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation at Camp Road, Broadmeadows. Despite Labor's October announcement that all children would be released from detention, there are still more than 1,000 children locked up including more than 140 young asylum seekers from the ages of 13-18 are detained in the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation at Camp Road, Broadmeadows.

Source: Takver/Flickr

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-09-03

Libyan Refugees in Tunisian Transit Camp, 2011

Libyan Refugees in Tunisian Transit Camp, 2011

Taken on 2011-03-15

Hundreds of refugees from Libya line up for food at a transit camp near the Tunisia-Libya border.

Source: Photo/OCHA/David Ohana/UN

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-05-09

Libyan Refugees Flock to Tunisia, Libya-Tunisia border, March 2011

Libyan Refugees Flock to Tunisia, Libya-Tunisia border, March 2011

Taken on 2011-03-07

"We were in horror and panic in these last few days in Libya; something that made us rush to escape," Mohammed Ahmed says. According to the UN, at least 100,000 have escaped the turmoil in Libya for safety across the western border.

Source: Mohamed El Hedef/Magharebia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-14

Refugees at Ras Jadir Border Crossing, Tunisia, March 2011

Refugees at Ras Jadir Border Crossing, Tunisia, March 2011

Taken on 2011-03-07

Tunisian army units were deployed to the border to assist with the influx of refugees from Libya

Source: Mohamed El Hedef

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-09-14

Europe's Border Police: FRONTEX at the Greece-Turkey Border, 2010

Europe's Border Police: FRONTEX at the Greece-Turkey Border, 2010

Taken on 2010-11-08

'FRONTEX member on the first joint patrol with the Greek police on Greco-Turkish border in Kastania' Frontex (from French: Frontières extérieures for "external borders", legally: European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union) is the European Union agency for external border security. It is responsible for co-ordinating the activities of the national border guards in ensuring the security of the EU's borders with non-member states. Frontex is headquartered in Warsaw, Poland. The main role of Frontex is to protect EU external borders from illegal immigration and people trafficking as well as infiltration into Europe by possible terrorist elements.

Source: Rock Cohen/Flickr

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-09-12

Collapsed Building Haiti

Collapsed Building Haiti

Taken on 2010-01-24

Collapsed Building Haiti

Source: Phong Tran / IRIN

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-02-03

Haiti Earthquake Casuality

Haiti Earthquake Casuality

Taken on 2010-01-14

Haitians recover a body from the rubbles of a school that collapsed after the earthquake that rocked Port au Prince on January 12.

Source: Marco Dormino/ The United Nations

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-02-03

Mazrak Camp

Mazrak Camp

Taken on 2009-11-13

Mazrak camp in the tough mountainous scrublands of Yemen's north-west border with Saudi Arabia is now home to more than 10,000 people displaced by the escalating war between the government and rebels from the Huthi clan.

Source: Annasofie Flamand / IRIN

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-02-03

UN Peacekeeper at Abu Shouk Refugee Camp in Darfur, Sudan; Sept. 2009

UN Peacekeeper at Abu Shouk Refugee Camp in Darfur, Sudan; Sept. 2009

Taken on 2009-09-11

UN Peacekeeper at the Abu Shouk IDP camp, taken on September 11th 2009.

Source: Sudan Envoy, Flickr

Uploaded by Improbability on 2015-06-21

El Aaiún Sahrawi Refugee camp in Tindouf; Aug 2009

El Aaiún Sahrawi Refugee camp in Tindouf; Aug 2009

Taken on 2009-08-17

El Aaiún refugee camp in Tindouf. In the foreground you can see goat farms made from metal.

Source: Jørn Sund-Henriksen/Wikipedia

Uploaded by parkinth on 2015-06-11

Amam Camp

Amam Camp

Taken on 2009-05-21

A camp for displaced people in Swabi, roughly 75km south of Swat Valley.

Source: Al Jazeera English

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-02-10

Tserovani refugee camp

Tserovani refugee camp

Taken on 2008-12-16

An ad hoc village/ settlement, known as Tserovani, built by the Georgian government for IDPs from the South Ossetia war zone.

Source: Wikipedia/Gorod - SKY

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-07-09

Mazrak Camp Yemen

Mazrak Camp Yemen

Taken on 2008-11-14

The majority of the estimated 250,000 people displaced by the Huthi conflict scattered across the vast landscape of north Yemen, seek shelter and food among the local rural populations.

Source: Hugh Macleod / IRIN /

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-02-03

United Nations Mazrak Refugee Camp; Yemen, 2008

United Nations Mazrak Refugee Camp; Yemen, 2008

Taken on 2008-11-12

Yemeni women and children tend to a fire in the UN-serviced IDP camp at Mazrak, north Yemen. Many IDPs initially fled into Saudi, hearing of generous monthly payments to the war displaced, only to be sent back into Yemen by the Saudi authorities, who fear instability from a wave of Yemeni refugees.

Source: Hugh Macleod / IRIN

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-02-03

refugee camp in the town of Alagir

refugee camp in the town of Alagir

Taken on 2008-08-16

Refugees from South Ossetia in a refugee camp in the town of Alagir, North Ossetia, Russia

Source: Wikipedia/Evstafiev

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-07-09

Refugees in front of Parliament

Refugees in front of Parliament

Taken on 2008-08-10

Georgian refugees from South Ossetia asking for help outside the Georgian parliament in Tbilisi

Source: Wikipedia/Håkan Henriksson

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2014-07-09

Refugees from Myanmar

Refugees from Myanmar

Taken on 2007-03-22

Mae La (Maela) is a refugee camp in Thailand. It was established in 1984 in Tha Song Yang District, Tak Province in the Dawna Range area and currently houses 50,000 refugees, with more arriving each week from Burma. Mae La is the largest refugee camp for Burmese in Thailand. Over 90% are ethnic Karen.

Source: Mikhail Esteves/Flickr

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-02-14

Refugees in Mae La Refugee Camp;  Dawna Range, Thailand, March 2007

Refugees in Mae La Refugee Camp; Dawna Range, Thailand, March 2007

Taken on 2007-03-22

Mae La Refugee Camp, established in 1984, is the home of approximately 50,000 Burmese refugees. The crossing of the fence seen in the image is against the law meaning that refugees must remain in the camp or else risk arrest and deportation.

Source: Flickr

Uploaded by Alison Cooke on 2016-01-15

Darfuri Internally Displaced Persons at a Water Tank; Darfur, Sudan, 2007

Darfuri Internally Displaced Persons at a Water Tank; Darfur, Sudan, 2007

Taken on 2007-01-01

Internally displaced persons around a water tank. The photo was taken in Genenia, West Darfur in January 2007.

Source: Nite Owl, Flickr

Uploaded by Improbability on 2015-06-21

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