The article published by Kambar Hossein Bor was a respective article on how he battled personal experience as a refugee. Kambar arrived in the UK as a child refugee who went to live with his parents under the UK refugee law. The British experience he went through is different than the refugees today. The experience that kambar went through might be the same as Sade and Femi go through. Sade and Femi were told by their dad Florian that the UK is a place that is going to protect them through the hard times in their lives. The article talks about how Kambar accepted the UK in order for the UK to accept him. Sade and Femi need to accept to the UK in order to to live a nice lifestyle.
Fourteen refugee minor have arrived in the UK from the refugee camp near the French port of Calais, also known as “The Jungle”. Many are from Syria and Afghanistan. The desperate journey that they took to reach that stage, it took over a year to reach the that moment. The life over the Calais jungle that they were in was more than a refugee state. The families that were allowed there under the UK law. Charities like the south London church pushed the government to help such desperate families into the UK and reunite them with their families through the church. The article has some type of low-key connection to the novel " The other side of Truth". The journey that those refugees took were different from the way Sade and Femi got to the UK. Sade and Femi went to the UK through the easy way which no other refugee uses. The article though relates to the way Sade and Femi have desperate ways to get their father to the UK and they might get help from charity organisations which is what i foreshadow for the upcoming chapters.
This an informative article giving facts and figures about the refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. The Red Cross is giving statistical data about the refugees that stand up in this mass invasions. The red cross has a fact about how many people are asylum seekers in the UK. The red cross has estimated that there are 118,995 refugees in the UK. Red Cross gave the estimation of the refugees that came from different countries in the world. Syria, Afghanistan, South Sudan. South Sudan are rapidly over the past year by 60%. The Red Cross gave information on '"why are refugees entitled to bring their families to the UK'. This gives more stability between the refugees and the refugee council. The legal right that they have possesses the power of getting reunited to their families under the legal UK law and the International law. Their family reunion travel assistance programme reunited more than 750 families in the UK last year, including nearly 1,900 children. Many arrived directly from areas of conflict, including Aleppo. This article has major connection to the novel through the way it relates the refugees in the UK. Sade and Femi are one of the kids that are separated from their families and through hard circumstances have to leave their country. The article also talks about the refugees that have the legal right to get reunited with their families. Sade and Femi have the urge of reuniting with their father and living with him an the article shows that they also have the legal right to bring their father to the UK under this UK and International law.
The term asylum seeker refers to a person who has applied for asylum under the 1951 Refugee Convention on the Status of Refugees, and a refugee in this context means an asylum seeker whose application has been successful. refugees and all asylum seekers make their way to the UK first before applying for asylum seeking. For example if your a Syrian refugee the process of asylum seeking is very long. refugees go through the Calais "jungle" and then make their way to the UK through Dover England, where they can enter through smuggling or hiding inside lorries. On the arrival refugees could apply for asylum seeking if they are part of the scheme right away and they will be met with an immigration officer who will ask few immigration questions. They will be asked about their case and if they have any medications with them and their documents must be provided. they then will go through a screening process whee they can get their work permit or letter or they will be detained. The summary has a huge connection to the novel, it has the main elements and factors that we read on the novel. The article has the story of how refugees get smuggled into the UK and this relates to Sade and Femi being smuggled as well.