Monthly Archives: July 2021

Syrian Crisis


COVID-19 has wreaked havoc among those living in over-populated refugee camps. Social distancing is next to impossible and many have abandoned the camps in search of safer living conditions. We are working hard to reduce the spread of coronavirus among refugees but more needs to be done. Women and children desperately need better access to [...]

Syrian Crisis2022-02-16T12:39:06+00:00

If your child has symptoms of COVID-19


This advice is for children up to the age of 18. Keep your child at home Do not send your child to school or childcare if they have symptoms of COVID-19. You may need to isolate them from other people. It will depend on their symptoms. When to get urgent medical help If your child [...]

If your child has symptoms of COVID-192021-07-24T12:10:07+00:00

How a court ruling lays the ground for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination


Delays in deliveries, production bottlenecks, exports control, vaccine hesitancy and public feuds with pharmaceutical companies have muddled the first months of Europe's vaccination campaign against COVID-19. But now, as supplies improve and national systems speed up inoculations, a landmark ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) can offer an additional and much-needed boost. The ECHR [...]

How a court ruling lays the ground for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination2021-07-05T16:56:00+00:00