Protecting the Refugee Rights

How many people have misunderstood and still fail to understand the plight of a Refugee?

How many believe that refugees are not supposed to be protected from harms and abandonment?

How many nations have closed down their open borders and erected huge walls of barbed wires that look like the walls of Jericho, and the nation of Babylon?

Do refugees deserve to have rights like everyone else?

Are refugees meant to live and live in peace without being forever displaced?

Part of the ongoing discussion and debates is about protecting the rights of the refugees and working with them through their traumatised experiences 


Conference:  Second Biennial International Childhood Trauma Conference


Location: Melbourne Convention Centre, South Wharf, Melbourne, Australia.


Date: 8th June 2016



1. Jean Daher


2. Beulah Walsh


3. Rosemary Signorelli


Published by

Feminist Church

Princess Ayelotan is a writer/poet, feminist and independent researcher. Her scholarly interest ranges widely, from — Creative Writing related to Gender issues; — Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG), — Rape as a weapon of war, — Violence against disabled women, — Child Sexual Exploitation : e.g. child prostitution and trafficking, — Female economic empowerment — Activism.

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