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One of the core principles of international refugee law is the principle of non-refoulement. Yet, countries keep using brutal tactics to stop asylum seekers crossing borders.
Some people rightly argue for their right to privacy from the press and their right to choose to release information about themselves if, and when, they wish to do so. Refugees don’t get to choose.
I would rather be treated by someone based on their ability rather than their nationality, wouldn’t you?