• International Health Care Professionals should treated as an asset for Canada Health System
    Pharmacists, physicians, nurses, Lab technicians, dentists that are internationally trained have the sufficient skills, competencies, experiences and knowledge to deal with different health issues in an efficient way. We aim to help Canadians to access to the right service in the right time frame with the right excellence that they deserve. Give us a chance to serve our new communities by facilitating our access to health care positions we previously practiced with a supervision or as internship probation time. You will be amazed of what we can offer and how fast we integrate in the system. Give us a hope by facilitating our professional integration in the Canadian system. You will not regret and you will enjoy the added value impacted by this simple change on improving health services.
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    Created by Hanane Aouizir
  • Stop the Home Office abandoning unaccompanied children in hotels
    Hundreds of children have gone missing from hotels being overseen by the Home Office. Vulnerable young people put at risk of trafficking and exploitation through a “rogue system”. We first blew the whistle on this appalling practice in 2021 when it first transpired that children were being placed in hotels illegally, and that in doing so, children separated were being put at risk, with hundreds going missing. Sadly, it is not new, and indeed is a continuation of a prior policy using private contractors. Operating outside of the law, the Home Office has, in effect, set up a “rogue system” putting young people who have arrived from overseas at increased risk of exploitation and trafficking.
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  • MP Andrew Gile: Speed Up the Immigration Process for Iranians
    There has been a series of protests against the government of Iran since the 16th September 2022, following the death of a 22-year-old Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini. The uprising by the people of Iran is against the mandatory hijab that has been enforced on Iranian women since the 1979 Islamic revolution. The same enforcement gave birth to the death of Mahsa, who sustained a fatal head injury inflicted by the Guidance Patrol (The Islamic "morality police") after being accused of violating Iran's mandatory hijab law. Crowds have gathered across the country, protesting for justice and the removal of the mandatory hijab. If history is anything to go by, there will be no justice and brutality against the opposition will continue. We ask the Australian government to support the people of Iran as they've done for Ukrainians and Afghans, especially by speeding up the application process for any outstanding visas to the Iranian people.
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  • PR applicants: take action for final decision, stop putting your lives on hold!
    Obtaining a final decision on a Permanent Resident application is important because it determines whether an individual will be able to live and work in a country permanently. Until a final decision is made, the applicant's future plans, such as finding a job or enrolling in school, may be put on hold. This can cause significant stress and uncertainty. Additionally, having a delay in a decision can cause the applicant's to be unable to move forward with their life plans, which can be detrimental to the individual's mental and emotional well-being.
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