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2020 has been an unprecedented year for us all. The effects of the pandemic has left many combatting crisis, some more than others.
And while the world is learning to adapt we must now more than ever address Inequalities, end discrimination and build solidarity to avoid leaving vulnerable groups with greater risk. Now more than ever we must #PutHumanRightsFirst

Who are the world’s most vulnerable?


Overcrowded and unhygienic refugee camps are especially vulnerable to the spread of disease, governments must set aside any anti refugee sentiment and ensure equal distribution of health care services for all refugees and internally displaced people.

Minority Groups

Minorities and indigenous peoples living in conflict areas such as The Rohingyas in Myanmar and the Uyghurs in China, are at risk of being excluded from life-saving humanitarian interventions. Governments have a moral obligation to remain neutral and ensure that all possible aid and healthcare are provided to any minority group leaving no one behind.

Prisoners & Conflict Areas

Prisons are high risk areas due to their closed proximities, with selfdistancing proving to be virtually impossible in many cases. Governments must ensure that all prisoners including unjustly incarcerated journalists and human rights defenders be treated and cared for equally and without discrimination. In this time of crisis, governments must not exploit this pandemic as an opportunity to seize control of a nation or people for their own political gain.

Migrant Workers

Labour camps are notoriously known for being cramped and lacking basic hygiene and sanitary services, thereby making workers unable to protect themselves against the virus. All countries must ensure all rights of migrant workers are respected and not marginalised in attempt to control the spread of the virus.

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