Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee. Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee “I used to be someone” Refugees and asylum seekers in Wales. April 2017. The National Assembly for Wales is the . ... Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee.
A phrase often used by refugees and asylum seekers is: “I used to be someone.” Although the Welsh Government does not have control over asylum and immigration, it does have a responsibility to support asylum seekers and refugees with housing, access to health and education, and finding jobs.
Someone that I used to know Rides the high that tears him down Hates himself and loves the crowd The king of fools a heavy crown He didn’t know he almost drowned Someone I used to know Would ...
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Someone I used to know Would stay another round Someone I used to know Ran himself in the ground [Chorus] It's been a long time comin' Couldn't keep on runnin' Had to hit rock bottom to know When you keep on losin' With the path you're choosin' And it's time to let go Of someone that I used to know [Post-Chorus] Know, know Know, know [Chorus]
“As we were told, a phrase often used by refugees and asylum seekers is ‘I used to be someone’. It is critical that there is the right support available to them when they reach Wales, so that they can participate fully in Welsh life and have fulfilling lives in their new communities.
‘I used to be someone’ – Assembly to debate committee report on refugees and asylum seekers in Wales By seneddresearch June 19, 2017 January 12, 2018 On Wednesday 21 June, the Assembly will debate the Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee’s report into refugees and asylum seekers in Wales, and the Welsh Government’s ...
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