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Commons Chamber
Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative - Thu 17 Jun 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: specialist aid to treat survivors in Ethiopia and in neighbouring Sudan, where tens of thousands of refugees - Link
2: She said:“There were thousands of families in a building there, including children who were given - Link


Lords Chamber
Covid-19: Children - Thu 17 Jun 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: I think we sometimes forget that they have their own worries and families to think about. - Link
2: Further, big families have really taken a hit. - Link
3: The families most in need were those most baffled. - Link
4: Of course, gender inequality in pay compounds the challenges faced by many families. - Link
5: What we have now is hundreds of thousands of families who are not socially prepared. - Link
6: abuse, and they were not homeless, disabled, suffering from mental health problems, poor, migrants, refugees - Link
7: Of course, families come in all different shapes and sizes. - Link


Commons Chamber
Business of the House - Thu 17 Jun 2021
Leader of the House

Mentions:
1: but the Trade Remedies Authority’s decision to withdraw steel safeguards plunges steelworkers, their families - Link
2: that the rights of residents are crucial to ensure that they do not suffer loneliness and that their families - Link
3: thousands of Chinese merchant seamen were forcibly deported back to China without the knowledge of their families - Link
4: when we commemorate the plight of the Kashmiri Pandits, who were forced out by jihadists and are still refugees - Link
5: This country has a proud and long record of providing a place of safety for refugees. - Link


Commons Chamber
Oral Answers to Questions - Tue 15 Jun 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: military to comply with the provisional measures rulings, and we have provided funding to enable Rohingya refugees - Link


Commons Chamber
Catch-up Premium - Tue 15 Jun 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: the constraints of distance learning; a price on their family relationships, with the confinement of families - Link
2: Today, our request is simple: that the Treasury explain to parents and families why it believes that - Link
3: day could have a huge impact on heads, teachers and teaching assistants, and on children and their families - Link
4: This is a Government who care about our families and young people. - Link
5: I do think that some MATs act well as a family of schools, but I do not think that they serve the families - Link
6: We have seen poorer families lose out on digital learning, and we have seen school heads struggle to - Link
7: Friend the Member for Mitcham and Morden (Siobhain McDonagh) that families were having to study on mobile - Link


Westminster Hall
Covid-19 and Loneliness - Tue 15 Jun 2021
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Mentions:
1: some other platform, but for many they have been vital in keeping that connection with friends and families - Link
2: nursing homes in my area and in our local hospital experience severe loneliness, as their friends and families - Link
3: When families and friends could not be together in person, they could see one another online and still - Link
4: say they also include members of the armed forces, carers, people from ethnic minorities, migrants, refugees - Link
5: Disabled people are trapped behind a multitude of barriers, refugees are in a strange land, single people - Link


Commons Chamber
Ethiopia - Mon 14 Jun 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: We have provided £5 million to refugees coming over. We also recognise the number of 350,000. - Link
2: political settlement and a political solution so that another conflict does not break out and the many refugees - Link
3: the conflict over 1 million people in Tigray needed daily food assistance, including 40,000 Eritrean refugees - Link


Westminster Hall
Israel and Palestine - Mon 14 Jun 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: that illegal Israeli settlers are trying to displace Palestinians from their homes—homes that their families - Link
2: The UK offers its deepest condolences to the families of all those who have lost their lives. - Link
3: UK will provide £3.2 million of new aid to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees - Link


Commons Chamber
Napier Barracks Asylum Accommodation - Thu 10 Jun 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: However, in reality refugees and those seeking asylum are living in squalid accommodation, bitten alive - Link
2: or asylum seekers, but it is representative of a generalised callousness with regard to support for refugees - Link
3: latest scandal: the failure to provide new prepayment Aspen cards, which has left many individuals and families - Link


Westminster Hall
Human Rights in Hong Kong - Wed 09 Jun 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: pro-democracy protests in 1989, killing thousands and causing panic among Hongkongers, many of whom were refugees - Link
2: The £43 million integration fund to help BNOs and their families settle here is extremely welcome, but - Link


Commons Chamber
0.7% Official Development Assistance Target - Tue 08 Jun 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: of the money that the Treasury quite rightly spent on covid last year to sustain and support jobs, families - Link
2: Only this weekend, a letter from 1,700 charities and academics said that families are going hungry and - Link
3: I recall in the Home Office that we used ODA spending to fund some of the work we did with refugees. - Link
4: STiR Education projects supported marginalised families across Uganda to access education but have been - Link
5: A small amount of money, relatively speaking today, helps to stop refugees travelling in boats - Link
6: spreading to our shores, can help to prevent conflict involving UK armed forces and the creation of refugees - Link
7: bring basic education to some of the poorest and hardest-to-reach rural children in Bangladesh, whose families - Link
8: ravaged by conflict, war and famine, and thereby to force tens of millions of people to uproot their families - Link


Grand Committee
Myanmar (Sanctions) Regulations 2021 - Mon 07 Jun 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Mentions:
1: They are unable to be in touch with lawyers, or their families. - Link
2: taken from their homes at night, and the following morning their mutilated bodies are returned to their families - Link
3: Instability in Myanmar has seen refugees stream into Bangladesh, Thailand and Indonesia, adding to pressures - Link
4: p>Finally, it would be remiss of me not to mention the shocking cuts to aid supporting the Rohingya refugees - Link


Lords Chamber
Immigration Rules: Statements of Changes - Thu 27 May 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Furthermore, I would argue that it is against the 1951 convention to penalise refugees for unauthorised - Link
2: in HC1043 consonant with our obligations under the convention and protocol relating to the status of refugees - Link
3: allowing bilateral agreements between the UK and EU member states, so all this means is that genuine refugees - Link
4: How many refugees will be welcomed under the new UK resettlement scheme? - Link
5: We have made available £43 million of dedicated support for Hong Kong BNO status holders and their families - Link


Commons Chamber
Environment Bill - Wed 26 May 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: traffic flows through the town, a legacy problem with the way roads are laid out in our area, and many families - Link
2: around the world, from the destruction of the habitats of indigenous people and the emergence of climate refugees - Link
3: Families are busy and stretched, and sometimes do not think there is anything they can do to make change - Link
4: It has also exposed the inequalities that exist, as so many families do not have close and easy access - Link
5: We have had many homes and new families coming into my area of Wokingham and West Berkshire, but there - Link


Westminster Hall
Asylum Dispersal Scheme: Stoke-on-Trent - Tue 25 May 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: story about Stoke- on-Trent, where people are looking for two-bedroom and three-bedroom homes and young families - Link
2: on those who do need our protection where we can work with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - Link