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  • The next team for the warm welcoming me.

  • What do you think off when you look at this picture?

  • Perhaps some of your thoughts.

  • Maybe his victories, representation off innocence, hope, future potential.

  • But what happened when there is a group of Children who are robbed off this, You know, says hope, Future and potential.

  • Today I will be sharing with you about this particular group of Children forgotten generations, our refugee Children in limbo refugees a person who has forced to leave their country in orderto escape law.

  • Persecution, natural disaster According to UNHCR, unite the nation High Commissioner for Refugees.

  • One person is post really displaced as the result off conflict and persecution.

  • We have more displaced people today than ever in history.

  • Thea's will walk Oh, with over 70 million people this place and nearly 26 million seeking refuge, just making the biggest humanitarian crises that we currently face.

  • With that in mind, how many refuted Children and youth are then out there in the world today, 7.1 million refugee Children and youth that's over seven million sold globally, having lived less than 18 years off their life, experiencing the horror off the reality off this wool.

  • Is that injustice?

  • Well, that Carly, we are having that.

  • We look into the militia concept where we have 46,000 Children registered with you and Casey are.

  • We can also estimate the double that number today I will be sharing.

  • Full of the most common challenges faced by the refugee Children in Malaysia has been significantly lake off.

  • Focus on mental help for If you teach Children and youth generally, you would see a longer lease off mental health challenges when come to refugees compared to the local people.

  • Imagine if you, if you are facing persecution, discrimination for the more witnessing the death off the loved one are the destruction off your homes.

  • The millions off people millions off Children are currently experiencing and continue living in that trauma or white one, According to a study research.

  • It's suggested trauma can be inherited, which means they're trauma that refugee Children is having.

  • We'll continue to second and third generation.

  • We can't imagine our next generation to have this kind off challenges to fight with themselves On mental health issue.

  • Physical health is another huge challenge faced by the most refugee around the world and this ring especially true in Malaysia.

  • As a non signatory to U N refugee convention, Malaysia, still today did not recognize refugee and asylum seeker.

  • Which men this group off individual are deemed as undocumented.

  • My dream.

  • Also putting the refugees where they can't accept this on access basic human rights without a little right to work.

  • They can provide balance and nutritional food food for their Children.

  • If you teach Children face higher is off security that make the Children confined to their homes, most off their free time, according to one off the group U I.

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  • They suggested the Children are off school.

  • It's more than 70% which meant they, the Children, has nowhere to go.

  • They just sit at home.

  • They have nothing on their their mind.

  • You just go through the daily, their daily struggles, thinking about whether the experience they have courtroom or the next, what next?

  • That's lead me to safety and security.

  • I agree.

  • I believe most off the people in the room might agree with my my thought that a child should at very least have the fundamental right off safety and security.

  • But Children who experience throw Ma and fighting for the more terrorize for the mobile in trauma by throwing them into detention camps.

  • As reported in 2019 July, there were 363 Children below each off.

  • 12 years old are detained in Immigration Detention center in Malaysia.

  • You have you have known that Children are going through so much in their daily struggles.

  • It's not only on their mental health issue, they also hey, face physical issues.

  • All these horror ing experience grieve more portrait picture thing.

  • This what I'm going to bring forward, putting the Children criminalizing them by putting them in immigration detention center even after signing a child right?

  • U N child right convention, which required to protect each individual below each off.

  • 18.

  • Yes, a child.

  • But the refugee Children are not not being recognized so that they are for the more put into the trauma.

  • Many off us believe education is the best tool to empower and create a progressions and push forward for a better collective future.

  • More than half of the population are norrin enroll in school militia did not.

  • Malaysian government did not allow the refugees Children to attend the schools at the local academic education system, which means the Children can do so only through the learning centers.

  • These learning centers are run by refugee leg organizations or non governmental organization, and some off the refugee let Organization Learning Center.

  • I'm not funding, which means they have challenges in continuing the learning center to keep running.

  • It's also result, too, but hiring on prion teacher in their schools and using verity offs alibi they have access to.

  • They don't have access to AC ready third Cell ABI, which means they cannot see, for example, and get a certificate which can be used to enrolled Elsa themselves in schools, universities and colleges in futures financial capacity.

  • Sorry, financial capacity.

  • Also often off turn down.

  • Put the learning center in downsizing their learnings that despite off huge community needs, we have been talking about the four challenges I would like to share with you.

  • One incident that happened last year in December by a refugee mother who cry off the site.

  • I still need to help her because she's being investigated together with her family by please her tree years.

  • All son died due to fever.

  • The police was investigating her.

  • Why did not you take the child to the nearest clinic or hospital for treatment.

  • But the reality is that the parents can't off port toe, pay the medical field.

  • This fight off having you and Casey are caught, refugee can get access in medical hospital Government Medical Hospital with 50% off the fees.

  • Wait, But still the fees asked.

  • The cause are still unaffordable by the refugee communities.

  • You don't have right to work.

  • Yeah.

  • Not recognize they don't have money, toe save the child.

  • So where this thing is leading?

  • Actually, I'm sure for many off you is a hard pill to swallow.

  • But this is just a chip off the iceberg.

  • So what can we do about it?

  • What can you do about it In your own capacity to help address the biggest humanitarian crisis that we're currently facing?

  • Tragedies off the world.

  • It's awful.

  • We need to recognize that this is a problem.

  • As long as we stay silent, the issue will continue to race.

  • To illustrate my point, I would like to caught one of the most prominent intellectual in history who also happens to be a refugee.

  • Sometime in his life, the world will not be destroyed by those who do evil.

  • But why does good watched them without doing anything that's lead me to the step to talk about it?

  • Many Malaysian and people around the world don't know about the actual issues and challenges faced by the refugee themselves.

  • Many off them are opposed against the refugee.

  • Just get supported to integrate into the society as long as this, as long as this negative opinion or suggest off ideas float in public space and social media platform.

  • The people in power the politicial will empower to do, protect and support The refugee will be very limited because they see negative more than positive.

  • That's lead me to step three.

  • Speak out and show your support online and offline.

  • There are many resources for reading from Uranus, your website from organization who are working and supporting refugees in ground level toe Policymakers.

  • You're advocating for refugee rights.

  • So we need your support in order to speak up about.

  • Speak up on this issue toe help the policy makers to see these are the issues my local people care about.

  • So I should do something.

  • Use your civic voice in this room.

  • Everyone have privilege including me.

  • Maybe my privileges a bit lower than yours because I'm being undocumented.

  • Refugee If you d who are not recognized a new formulation.

  • Use your civic boys to help us be our voice.

  • Speak right into your M.

  • P's head off your governments toe call on for their humanitarian obligation towards each and every individual who are living in their country since Malaysia is a member off us.

  • So you and ST which mean you you have signed to promise I would I will protect people in the country.

  • But because I'm being a refugee, that put my my privilege a bit lower than you.

  • But I'm still have a lot of privilege compared to my other community Children's.

  • Lastly, if you have any capacity, any any capacity, do support the work that organizations are doing on the grass grass root level, such as tuna.

  • Ginetta.

  • We are doing advocacy.

  • We are doing fundraising, but again we are not funded.

  • If any chance.

  • If you could support by donating to Earth, it will be great or any other organization who are working toe advocate, assisting and supporting the refugee community to keep continue living in this world refugee are not charity cases.

  • Why am I saying that refugee are not charity cases?

  • Because when ever give it a chance to contribute back to the host country, we won't hesitate to do so.

  • There are many in his three, which have proven resilience and resourcefulness who contribute back to the world despite off being a refugee from Albert Einstein to the 14th Dalai Lama.

  • And today in today's generation we have another prominent name, a young youth who speak out and advocate the gutless off the threats and the violence he sees.

  • Malala, Yousafzai I'm sure many off you have seen her books.

  • She's still advocating for education, right?

  • Even after being shoot on her face by Taliban in Malaysia, to we have many inspiring refugees, youth who are ready to contribute whenever they can or whenever there is a need.

  • Hassan Al Chakra, a Syrian refugee who co founded Al Hassan Volunteer Network on Organization Toe, Empower the youth and volunteer to spread kindness through the social project, for example, painting an orphanage fund raising for Children for heart surgery.

  • Other example will be Project Spinner.

  • This is a group off young refugee leaders from Somali community.

  • Addressing fish issues faced by the community.

  • Some off the issues that defaced, for example, is the low participation off girls in schools.

  • And they did a such a wonderful job where there was well, they were.

  • They were aware, ordered for Filmfare Award in 2017 for their short movie, and they also organized leadership program for the refugee young leader.

  • In orderto tackle the Real World Problem, this is just a tree example from many inspiring young refugees who are currently in a relation as one off them.

  • I'm standing in front of you.

  • I'm a second generation growing refugee as introduced by the emcee study.

  • But I keep talking about privilege because I feel very blessed.

  • I'm very blessed.

  • I was given opportunity to study in a government school, and with that experience, I'm able to represent human rights organization the Nag Anita and also the refugee community in Malaysia.

  • Growing up as a refugee, I struck a face a lot of challenges.

  • All the four challengers, the common challenges that I shared earlier.

  • I already went through that as the girls I face as to be vey sexual and gender based violence.

  • My memories of childhood being keys and discriminate the isolated by my friends.

  • My features by calling me Buddha Burma not by my name.

  • And just to put something to take off, I'm sure many off you have visited the beautiful twin Petronas Twin Tower.

  • Any of you can I see hands?

  • Those who have visited, I assume majority off you.

  • My, my father.

  • It was one of the worker who have labored in building the beautiful veteran Austrian sour.

  • But yet we are not recognized for our contribution to this country.

  • During my father worked there he was arrested for being undocumented and detained in Immigration centre for six months off the six months Maybe you're guessing he came back to us?

  • No, He was so toe official man in Thailand, the neighbor at the board for another six months.

  • Why ST Sleep?

  • I should say so.

  • Leave without many medical attention before sleek because he for sick, he couldn't continue where the fishermen decided to throw him out from the boat.

  • So he was true out from the boat.

  • And luckily there was another fishermen who saved during his absence.

  • My mother, she struggled a lot in order to protect and support her Children.

  • She has to work as a domestic worker in tree different homes.

  • You know, D And at night you will work at Bakery.

  • So I have a little time with her growing up Because we don't have financial security.

  • I often stay home at ease, per vestment by the house meet.

  • Since we cannot rent the whole house because of my parents sacrifice, I was able to excel myself in school.

  • But again I faced discrimination.

  • I saw the nearly molester in the school.

  • No action taken to what?

  • The teacher who tried to do so.

  • But I was able to and lowered myself.

  • I could see with the strength and support by my local friends.

  • Look, a few local teacher was supported me.

  • I represent my school and the state off salon go in different sports competition.

  • I just wanted the shit that when given opportunity, I too wanted to give back to the host country.

  • And I could do so as such today volunteering at the nag Anita as a volunteer community worker.

  • I hope those committee needs We don't seek charity.

  • We are just requesting for our basic human rights.

  • I hope this story inspired you and spare some thoughts for the community to commit to keep supporting us and share your, uh perhaps by the four ways five ways that I shared earlier with you treating if you d as the problem is the problem in South, as long as you try to move forward to a more significant effort to support and help the community, we could create a better world for our future, especially for the future, for the generation forgotten generation and these quotes from my this court from from my mom, the most inspiring woman in my life before ended.

  • I would like to share that humanity has new race and religion.

  • It is the love and believe to keep us together for each other.

  • It's like, you know the roads up.

  • Thank you very much for you.

thank you.

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