And with that, we present 93 Funny Group Chat Names. That includes watching shows and listening to music, but we’re also thinking a good chunk of those hours are spent chatting. And adults (between the ages of 25 and 54) aren’t doing too much better at a little over 4.5 hours a day. We have this amazing technology to connect us on a global scale.
Whether you’re joining a group on Whats App, Kik, Facebook or the group name is just for your own chuckles on your phone (my sister’s group for my mother and other sister is called “Girl Talk”), it’s nice to be in a group that brings a smile to your face.
These factors, as well as the fact that asylum-seekers have often experienced traumatic events, need to be taken into account in determining any restrictions on freedom of movement based on irregular entry or presence.” (p.12) Yes.
Australia has a legal obligation to assist ‘boat people’ whether or not they follow our polite protocol.
an asylum seeker who arrives in Australia by plane or boat), a place is deducted from the offshore program (i.e.
there’s one less place for people being moved from refugee camps). In other words, it’s policy that takes places from camp refugees, not ‘boat people’. The manner of an asylum seeker’s arrival isn’t what makes them a genuine refugee (or not).
But that’s all very serious and makes us furrow our brows (it’s a discussion for another article, another day), so we’re not gonna talk about the importance of choosing your Whats App name or your Kik name (a really important one since you can’t change it).
So just because someone can afford (or scrape together the funds) to make it to Australia, that doesn’t mean they’re not a refugee.
Turns out, everything, when it comes to the internet.
How you represent yourself online means a lot these days; whether you’re applying for a new job and, along with your references, the potential boss does a little Facebook perusing to find you; or you’re meeting a possible romantic partner (or hook-up) who you met on Tinder and you just wanna stalk their Instagram…just a bit.
They’re seeking protection (asylum) because they fear persecution in/from the home country (torture, murder, illegal imprisonment, etc.). They may, for example, be unable to obtain the necessary documentation in advance of their flight because of their fear of persecution and/or the urgency of their departure.
Under Article 14 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Every person has the right to seek and enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution, serious human rights violations and other serious harm. In exercising the right to seek asylum, asylum-seekers are often forced to arrive at, or enter, a territory without prior authorisation.