Petition to Angela Merkel (CDU), Donald J. Trump, Donald J. Trump, Angela Merkel, Barack Obama, Theresa May, Donald Trump
Führende der Welt: Handeln Sie jetzt und retten Sie unsere Leben in Aleppo!
Ich bin einer der allerletzten Ärzte, die sich noch um die 300.000 verbliebenen Menschen im östlichen Aleppo kümmern. Jeden Tag werden hier Gräueltaten verübt. Das syrische Regime und russische Kampfjets greifen systematisch zivile Ziele und Krankenhäuser überall in der Stadt an. Ich habe sowohl dem ehemaligen US-Präsident Obama und Kanzlerin Merkel einen offenen Brief geschrieben, um ihnen mitzuteilen, was in Aleppo passiert. Ich bat sie darum, ihren Einfluss zu nutzen, um uns zu helfen. Aber die Antwort ist die gleiche wie die letzten fünf Jahre: Merkel schweigt und aus dem Weißen Haus kommt nur eine müde Verurteilung der Vorfälle. Weder Obama noch Merkel zeigten ernsthafte Bemühungen, um die verbrecherischen Angriffe gegen Zivilisten und Krankenhäuser zu unterbinden. Darum habe ich diese Petition gestartet habe. Die Führende der Welt hören nicht auf meine Stimme allein. Aber wenn Sie mich unterstützen? Machen Sie mit und wir sind so laut, dass sie uns nicht mehr ignorieren können! Sechs Jahre lang mussten wir mitansehen, wie zahllose Patienten, Freunde und Kollegen grausam und qualvoll ums Leben kamen. Sechs Jahre lang hat die Weltgemeinschaft zugesehen und nur davon gesprochen, wie „komplex“ die Lage in Syrien ist. Sechs Jahre lang hat die Weltgemeinschaft so gut wie nichts unternommen, um uns zu helfen. Im letzten Monat gab es 42 Angriffe auf medizinische Einrichtungen in Syrien, 15 davon waren Krankenhäuser, in denen meine Kollegen und ich arbeiten. Mit dieser Häufigkeit an Angriffen könnte unsere medizinische Versorgung in Aleppo bereits in einem Monat komplett zerstört werden. Dann würde man 300.000 Menschen ohne medizinische Versorgung sterben lassen. Was meinen Kollegen und mir die größten Kopfschmerzen bereitet, ist zu entscheiden, wer lebt und wer stirbt. Kleine Kinder kommen manchmal so schwer verletzt in die Notaufnahme, dass wir sie abweisen müssen, um denen zu helfen, die höhere Überlebenschancen haben. Oder wir müssen sie abweisen, weil wir einfach nicht die nötige Ausstattung haben, um ihnen zu helfen. Vor einer Woche starben vier neugeborene Babys, sie erstickten, weil eine Explosion die Sauerstoffzufuhr unterbrochen hatte. Sie starben, bevor sie überhaupt leben konnten. Trotz des alltäglichen Horrors haben wir beschlossen, hier zu bleiben. Wir haben uns derer verschrieben, die in Not sind. Es ist unsere Pflicht, hier zu bleiben und zu helfen. Alles, was wir jetzt verlangen, ist, dass es uns die Führenden der Welt gleich tun und ihre Pflicht wahrnehmen. Wir brauchen weder ihre Tränen, noch ihre Sympathie oder Gebete, wir brauchen ihre Taten. Sie müssen beweisen, dass sie Freunde der syrischen Bevölkerung sind. Bitte unterstützen Sie unseren Aufruf. Fordern Sie gemeinsam mit uns die Führende der Welt auf, die Menschen in Aleppo zu retten.
Petition to African Presidents, African Leaders
Reinstate African Union Ambassador Chihombori-Quao!
African Diaspora Demands Reinstatement Of Dr Arikana Chihombori-Quao After Unjust Removal from Office. After almost a year of persuading her to assume leadership as the African Union (AU) Permanent Ambassador in the United States representing the 55 countries of the Union, Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao accepted the position in December 2016 and has led with courage and vigor in galvanizing peoples of African Descent. Dr. Chihombori-Quao has spoken globally to sensitize and empower all peoples of African Descent to come together and build the “Africa We Want” as adopted in African Union Agenda 2063. The unification of the African Diaspora as espouded in AU Agenda 2063 is contrary to the Africa that has been marginalized and pillaged through inequitable colonial and post-colonial contracts. Dr. Arikana has been outspoken about neo-colonial maneuverings and exploitation that still exist today. Her dissemination of the truth has garnered her attention and support around the world (you can watch one of her famous speeches published by American journalist, Roland S. Martin, here). You can learn more about Dr. Chihombori-Quao on her Wikipedia page here. However, not everyone is embracing her bold but honest discourses for effecting change for the betterment of Africa. On October 7th, 2019, Ambassador Quao was relieved of her position as the “Permanent Ambassador” in a unilateral decision made by the African Union Commission Chairman without any hearing or explanation, and yet presented as representing the opinions of all 55 countries. The questions are: why was she dismissed, or better, who benefits from her removal? Were African heads of states and governments consulted? Who called the shot? Or is Africa, and peoples of African descent, still facing the debilitating effects of modern colonialism or neocolonialism? Leadership based on self-interest and preservation that does not benefit the people they serve is no longer acceptable. Here is a copy of the termination letter. Dr. Chihombori-Quao was treasured by her African Diaspora and was successful in uniting African people to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development. She was quite effective in providing access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels just as stated in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She is a symbol of hope not only for the African Diaspora, but for humankind as we enter this season of justice for all people. People of African Descent around the world are appalled by Dr. Chihombori-Quao’s unjust dismissal. Instead of dismantling her movement to liberate the people of African Descent from colonialism and pursue financial freedom, her dismissal has galvanized African Diaspora in the spirit of UBUNTU – I am because you are! The petition against undue influence and pressure exerted on African leaders and people by the former colonial powers of Europe calls for Dr. Chihombori-Quao’s immediate reinstatement to her position and an apology from the AU Commission. We in the Diaspora were even hoping that Dr Arikana would accept future call for a greater role in the African Union as the African Diaspora continues their journey toward liberation from mental slavery. Her Excellency, Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao is an effective leader who should be encouraged for her courage and steadfastness, not dismissed. Who besides her is willing to stand for justice? We Need Your Support and Signature. We invite you to share this message and sign the petition. We demand her reinstatement as well as a formal letter of apology from the African Union Commission. We are petitioning the African presidents and Heads of States to get involved in this matter. The silent majority will no longer be silent as this issue symbolizes the need for equity and justice for all people in Africa, the Americas, and around the world. On behalf of the African Diaspora, Prof. Apollos NwauwaSecretary, African Diaspora Congress Founding supporting African diaspora organizations include: African Union African Diaspora Health InitiativeAfrica In Diaspora (AID) - VoicePan African Diaspora Youth AssociationPan African Diaspora Women’s AssociationAfricans in BostonThe African Diaspora FoundationDFW Inclusive African Community OrganizationGlobal African Business Association
Petition to Google, telgram WhatsApp, kik, other messenger apps
To force technology companies to remove indecent images of children from their platfoms
This petition is to force technology companies who want to use their technology platforms in the UK or anywhere in the world to agree to adopt image identification software capable of identitying or tracing indecent images of children, videos and prohibited images already known to law enforcement agencies. With a look on removing them from their platforms, thus not to encourage the spread of this material. Making the government of the day pass a bill to enforce and ensure that this happens. This would prevent further abuse and humiliation of children, preventing distribution, and a really good way of allowing the authorities to know who's accessing these images. And prevent child abuse from happening in the first instance. As well as preventing further abuse to children, this will/should offer support and help to the people who access this material and automated letters sent out offering support and guidance under the mental health and equalities acts to allow the person to access help and support so that no child is abused in the future. This would also relieve pressure on prisons, police forces and other agencies to allow money to be better spent to protect children from abuse in the first place and to concentrate on child sexual abusers and making sure they and their victims alike receive 5 star support, rehabilitation they need to ensure safer lives within communities. We all should know paedophillia is a sexuality not chosen by the individual, therefore prevention is better than cure, if you prevent that person from abusing someone by letting people become aware that help is out there then they can access support; as opposed to being shunned out of communities by haters, then that person is far less likely to commit an indecent offence.
Petition to home office
Save Unondjamo 'Justice' Kavaka from deportation
Right now, Unondjamo 'Justice' Kavaka is being held in detention at Morton Hall. He is a gay man seeking asylum in the UK from persecution in his home country of Namibia. He and his boyfriend sought asylum after they were the victims of a violent homophobic attack from family members. This violence and threat to their safety made staying in Namibia untenable for the couple so they sought asylum and started to build their home in the UK. The Home Office say their relationship is not real and are trying to seperate them by deporting Justice to Germany - claiming it was the first place he was in since Namibia. I’m calling on the Home Office to stop the deportation and allow him to stay in the UK with his long-term boyfriend. Will you help me by signing? Unondjamo and his partner Mbiripopo are active and well liked members of a local community group for LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers. I volunteer with Gay Asylum Forum Sheffield and see first hand the importance of their support and know the devastation caused when couples like them are torn apart. Under Article 8 of the Human Rights act, Justice has the legal right to a family life. This includes the right to a stable relationship, so the attempt to deport him when he and his boyfriend are settled in the UK seems a breach of his human rights. Despite a huge amount of evidence showing that Unondjamo and Mbiripopo are in a long-term, loving relationship, the Home Office has claimed that the relationship is not credible. Unondjamo could be deported at any time. Please sign and share to call on the Home Office to release him and let him stay with his boyfriend here in the UK. End racist, homophobic Home Office policies.
Petition to home office, UK Parliament
Allow the ailing 85-year-old Gurkha widow to be joined by her daughter in the UK!
Ms Dhansari Budha Magar is an ailing 85-year-old widow of a former Gurkha soldier, late Manjit Bura Magar (Army Number 21133680). She has been experiencing very distressing situation since her arrival in the UK on 10th June 2019. She is very frail and has been constantly restless and agitated due to being in a completely unfamiliar environment and not seeing her daughter around. This has significantly impacted her health and wellbeing. Ms Dhansari Budha Magar and her daughter Miss Kamala Budha Magar are interdependent on each other financially and emotionally. Miss Kamala is the only remaining family member Ms Dhansari has who was looking after her as a sole carer until she flew to the UK for settlement. In order to seek medical help and to settle in the UK under Home Secretary’s discretionary policy for Gurkhas discharged before 1st July 1997 and their families, Ms Dhansari made a joint application with her daughter Miss Kamala. However, the Entry Clearance Officer (ECO) granted leave to enter only to Ms Dhansari and refused Miss Kamala’s entry clearance application to join her mother in the UK under Human Right claims. The ECO’s decision put Ms Dhansari and her daughter under financial and emotional stress. Given the situation, Ms Dhansari had no option but to travel to the UK on her own without any support with a hope to appeal against the decision for her daughter. However, due to the bad logistic plan and her ill-health, Ms Dhansari ended up in Hillingdon Hospital straight from the airport on her arrival. After spending 52 unpleasant nights at the Hospital, she is transferred to her bungalow in Uxbridge. Since Ms Dhansari has no immediate families and close friends to give her that extra support here in the UK based on her complex needs, I have been supporting her in the capacity of support worker, advocate, carer and what not in her best interest and in good faith. However, it has been very challenging four months for me and those around me supporting to support Ms Dhansari meet her needs and maintain her health and wellbeing. Therefore, I have launched this petition on her behalf to call on the Home Office to review its decision at an earliest opportunity and allow her daughter Miss Kamala Budha Magar to join her mother Ms Dhansari Budha Magar without any further delay. Ms Dhansari has multiple health conditions including traumatic brain injury, dementia, depression, incontinence and chronic open wound on her right toe. Her medical needs are being addressed and she is being assessed and supported by a number of health professionals and entities. Despite all that, she keeps wandering day and night and keeps calling her daughter Miss Kamala’s name. She gets frustrated for not having her daughter present. If we are to think of sending her back to her daughter for a minute, her mental and physical health will not allow her to make such a long flight to Nepal. On the other hand, let say she has safely landed in Nepal. Then what happens? She will be deprived off the medical and welfare support in Nepal which will significantly plummet her dignity, health and wellbeing. Ms Dhansari is under 24/7 care and supervision. She needs full help with personal care and nutrition intake. She has impaired hearing, vision and cognitive function. I am helping her out to maintain her health and wellbeing and have a functioning household until daughter joins in. Miss Kamala on the other hand is having the lowest time of her life for not being able to support her mother at this difficult time. I put Miss Kamala and Ms Dhansari on the phone. This helps Ms Dhansari calm down for a bit but again she starts to physically look for her daughter. Ms Dhansari is emotionally attached to her daughter Miss Kamala as much as Miss Kamala is attached to her mother. Like any committed daughter Miss Kamala never left her mother alone and chose to remain unmarried just to support and look after her ailing mother. However, the ECO did not take note of the reality and refused Miss Kamala’s application. Had both the applications been rejected, Ms Dhansari and Miss Kamala would not have been in such a miserable and unjustifiable situation today. The ECO’s thought process to think that an 85-year-old lady with multiple health conditions would survive on her own in a completely unfamiliar environment was categorically flawed. This decision has not only ripped the family apart but also has done a significant emotional and financial damage to the family of a loyal former Gurkha soldier. Furthermore, this judgement has made the Gurkhas reflect on their position in the British society. We call on the Home Office and the Government to:1) Review its decision and grant Miss Kamala Budha Magar the leave to enter the UK without any further delay so that Miss Kamala could join in to spend some quality time with her mother Ms Dhansari Budha Magar and exchange the emotional support to each other 2) Substantiate the debt of honour to the Gurkhas and families for their sacrifice3) Make historic injustice a thing of the past and get it right on this occasion 4) Make us feel proud for the service we have done to Her Majesty and as a member of the Armed Forces Community.
Petition to GOVERMENT POLITITIONS Prime Minister
RICHARDS LAW HELP REMOVE THE DISCRETIONARY WORD
RICHARDS LAW PLEASE HELP REMOVE THE DISCRETIONARY WORD My son died in his sleep just age 29 years old he was a professional footballer he was fit and healthy he held a death in service policy which he placed his wishes to who he wanted to be contacted in the event of his death.When contacting the company IN QEUSTION after my son’s death they told me there was no paperwork with my name on (his mother) it took me three years under the 1998 data protect act to get a copy of this document from the company to prove I was named.I was told that the death in-service document was not legally binding even though it was signed by my son and witnessed.I was then told that the death in service policy was discretionary which meant the TRUSTEES OF THE POLICY IN QUESTION CAN DO AS THEY WISH THEY SEEM TO BE ASWESABLE TO NO BODY THEY do not have to tell you anything even though you are named on the document and they decide what to do with the death in service policy even though you are named. What I wish to achieve with my petition is for the discretionary word to be removed so in the event of your death your wishes will be followed through so trustees who have never met you or your family in their lives cannot change your wishes or your decision in the event of your death.YOUR WISHES SHOULD STAND AND SHOULD BE UP HELDPlease signed my petition and help me change the law thank you.
Petition to UNICEF, United Nations, President of the United States, Human Rights Campaign, Amnesty International Australia, USAID
SHOCKING: Police rescue 9 Kano children kidnapped, renamed and converted to Christianity in Onitsha . The Kano Police Command has traced and rescued nine children kidnapped in Kano and trafficked to Onitsha in Anambra State for child slavery. DAILY NIGERIAN gathered that the rescue followed a public outcry by some parents that there was rise in cases of missing children in the metropolis. Addressing a press conference on Friday, the state commissioner of police Ahmed Ilyasu said the command’s Tactical Teams of Operation Puff Adder were detailed for a discreet investigation, deploying community policing tools in rescuing the minors. “A syndicate perpetuating this heinous act was busted and Eight (8) suspects that specialized in kidnapping, concealment and keeping in confinement kidnapped persons, buying and selling of minors and trafficking in persons were tracked and arrested. “Nine (9) kidnapped victims were rescued at Onitsha in Anambra State. All suspects confessed to their offences.” Although the police chief was silent about their conversion and rechristening, a security source familiar with the situation told DAILY NIGERIAN that the children were first shaved, renamed, converted to Christianity and then sold off either for adoption or “child slavery”. A document sighted by DAILY NIGERIAN reveals the original names and new names of the children. For instance, 10-year-old Umar Faruq Ibrahim and nine-year-old Aisha Mohammed Abdullahi – kidnapped some four year ago – were renamed Onyedika Ogbodo and Ozioma Ogbodo respectively. DAILY NIGERIAN gathered that some of the children could not even recall their real names as they only answer their new names. What leads to the rescue Between year 2014 to 2019, one Sagir Mohammed Bako of Yankaba quarters and others reported to the commissioner of police that several number of their children whose age are between two and six years have been kidnapped and taken away to unknown destination by unknown persons. On September 12, at about 11:00am one Paul Owne of Dakata Quarters and Mercy Paul alias Maimuna of same address were arrested while trying to take one of the kidnapped victims, Haruna Sagir Bako, to Onitsha in Anambra State.
Petition to NHS, UK Parliament
IVF for same sex couples
Me and my wife have been together for 16 years, married for 3. We have the perfect house, the perfect marriage and the only thing that we feel would complete us is our very own child. The only thing that’s stopping us is that we have to find the money to pay for IVF treatment. Obviously being a same sex couple we don’t have the ability to create a child with each other. We tried to go to down the NHS route and was told we had to prove that we were infertile, even the doctor was bewildered he had to tell us this. Although he explained they have a strict criteria. Unfortunately we can’t prove we’re infertile. So this petition is not just for me and my wife but for everyone out there who is so destined for that family although struggle to fund without assistance. Please sign and let’s get this law changed so that same sex couples are given a chance. By this chance we mean the first 3 cycles to be funded by the NHS. So as a community let’s get this petition to parliament and make a change.