zaw leh a hoih zaw ding a om leh puah toto lai ni. Tua ban ah hih sung ah pen Refugee vai, Humanitarian Vai te a link ding dan hi ding ahih man un Bolg sung ah i post tak ciang in a keyword, TAG ding pen Humanitarian i hel ding manghilh kei leng. A link i laih leh lah a keyword zong laih ding cih dan hi ding a, puah tohtoh ding hi ding hi.…
wlgam hong kikhel to suak suak leh, Kawlgam mite 2014 ciang Refugee in ki la to lai ding a, 2015 pan in kila nawnlo kha ding hi cih gen khia ta uh hi.
Tua a hihman in, US in la nawn lo in, UNHCR ten zong refugee in hong ciamteh nawn kei le uh, a hon hon in gamdang ih tunzoh na ding hong baih nawnlo kha ding hi. Tua a hih man in, hih kum nih leh alang tagn hun om lai sung in, (2012 pen September kha ciang, 2013 Fiscal year pen October 2012 pan- Sept. 2013 ciang leh 2014 fiscal year pen Oct. 2013 pan- Sept. 2014 ciang) bek hun a kinei lai suak hi. Hih hun sung in gam dang refugee tawh tun theihna na neih theihna ding uh hanciam theih a om leh hahtak in ngaihsut huai hi.
Hih thu tawh kisai pen April 25, 2012 ni in, Colorado Spring ah, LIRS National Conference ah PRM director nu, ORR pa leh UNHCR pa in hong gen khiat ngiat uh a hih man in, Hun om lai sung na vai uh na zawh na ding un Gam dang tun theihna ding angak Zomiten na phattuam pih theihna uh a om khak le ci in hong khah khia ka hihi.
A lungdam huai khat ah: Nidang in a zat ngei uh a hi Tanau te saptheihna AOR pen tawlpi khat a ki khak hi in, Tun a sawtlo in hong kik ding ci uh hi. A form a bawl bawl lai tak uh hi in, Resettlement Agency te a form uh a fill up dan training pia ding uh a, AOR ki file kik thei ding hi. Ki tanau na tawh kisai in Up loh na a neih uh leh DNA (Genetic) sit ding uh hi. US pan a AOR a file nu/pa in DNA sit man ding sii phot (pia phot) ding a, DNA a ong uh leh a sum ki-piakik (re-imburse) ding hi.
Hih AOR tawh zong bel Zomi te mai lam ah US ki lut lut thei lai ding lametna lian pi ih nei hi.
A phattuampih khat peuh a om khak leh cih deihsakna tawh
Jax, Fl, USA…
ce on June 20, a World Refugee Day bazaar was held recently, organised by Amnesty International Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur Bar Council and Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram).
Amnesty International Malaysia executive director Nora Murat said the objective of the bazaar was to allow the refugees to interact with the Malaysian public.
“There has been a lot of negative perception towards refugees in general. They are now a part of our society.
Cultural exchange: (from right) Myanmar refugees Esther Muanlun, 13, Sarah Lian Ngaik Ciin, 14, Mary Niang Thawn, 15, and Mang Nuam Neal, 47, with their hand-made handicraft at the World Refugee Day Bazaar to commemorate World Refugee Day 2011 at the Bar Council auditorium in Kuala Lumpur.
“In other words, they add to our cultural diversity,” she said after attending the bazaar held at the Bar Council auditorium in Kuala Lumpur.
A photo exhibition, handicraft sales and activities for children were among the events that took place at the bazaar.
Visitors also had the opportunity to sign a petition for Malaysia to ratify the United Nations Refugee Convention.
“This is the first time that we are having such an event for the refugees. Rather than having a forum, we thought an informal and relaxed atmosphere would be more effective,” Nora said.
The UN had set the theme for this year’s World Refugee Day as “One Refugee without Hope is too Many”.
The Refugee Convention celebrated its 60th anniversary.
Since Malaysia has not yet ratified the UN Refugee Convention, asylum-seekers are often arrested and prosecuted as illegal immigrants. So far, 144 countries have ratified the convention.
As of Sept 30, 2010, there are 90,229 refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia.
KL Bar Environmental and Humanities Committee chairperson Roger Chan called on the Government to allow refugees in Malaysia to be given work permits.
“Refugees have been given a bad rap. People should know that they are not here to be a burden to us or to steal our jobs. They are here because they are forced to leave their own countries due to social or political instability. If refugees are allowed to remain legally, they can be a source of migrant labour,” he said. http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?sec=central&file=/2011/7/6/central/9022351…