“What was the purpose of your visit to Lesbos?” and other questions for Let’s Bring them Here.

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What was the purpose of your visit to Lesbos, Greece?We came to the island to urge the Dutch Government to start relocating refugees. As citizens of the Netherlands we have raised awareness in all kinds of ways, with petitions, demonstrations, diplomacy and more. After the fire in camp Moria our government really hesitated to act. […]


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Why an airlift?Even before the fire, the overcrowded camps on Lesvos and other Greek islands were inhumane places. Now that camp Moria has burned down, Europe must take immediate action and evacuate people. The government has to break open the ‘deal’ of Thursday September 10th to take in 100 people, and take in at least […]

Reaction from State Secretary

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2020-10-02 Dear mr. Voorberg, I received your letter dated October 2nd. I understand from your letter your organization has rented an airplane and is planning on flying it to Lesbos with the intention to transfer back immigrants and refugees from Lesbos to the Netherlands. I understand your desire to help the immigrants and refugees in […]

To State Secretary Broekers-Knol

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Concerns: Flight ED3041 Dear Mrs. Broekers-Knol, You are very well aware of the misery that takes place in the European refugee camps in Greece: Camp Moria on Lesbos was recently burned down. It has been replaced by a closed camp, where the situation is even more inhumane – we had not thought that was possible. […]

To Greece’s political parties

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Information about Let’s Bring Them Here (LBTH) / We Gaan Ze Halen (WGZH)– Dutch citizens-initiative fighting for European Solidarity & Relocation since 2016. History: Since 2016, Let’s Bring Them Here (LBTH) has been campaigning to hold the Dutch government accountable with regards to the implementation of the European relocation agreements for refugees in Greece and […]