Save the Children: Safer pathways needed for migrants

The migrants drowned when their rubber dinghy deflated the English Channel on Wednesday (November 24th), one of many such risky journeys made every year in rickety, overloaded boats while people facing poverty and conflict in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the world moreover flee.
Wednesday's incident was the worst of its kind on the waterway that separates Britain and France, one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world.
In view of the strained relations due to Brexit and immigration, the focus on Thursday (25.
However, Save the Children UK said that responsibilities should be shared between governments.
"We are calling for solutions for safe travel to be expanded rather than restricted - and this is the trend we are seeing right now - so that people are not forced or feel compelled to give their lives into the hands of unscrupulous smugglers," said Real .
"No child should lose their life trying to find safety and refuge and come to the UK," she added. "Unfortunately it is not unexpected".

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