Kialo requires cookies to work correctly.
Should Asylum-Seeking Parents Be Separated From Their Kids?
Asylum-seeking parents should not be separated from their children
It is immoral to separate children from their parents.
As long as the parents are following the law, the family should not be separated.
Parents are pressured to plead guilty and give up asylum in order to get their kids back.
It is hugely damaging to the children involved.
This is similar to other practices that are considered human rights abuses, like Japanese internment camps and concentration camps.
In cases where human traffickers are posing as immigrants, it's safer to separate the children.
Many migrants are economic migrants and not asylum-seekers.
Children can't legally be detained together with parents who cross the border in an illegal way.
The practice keeps people from wanting to come to the US.
Should vegan/vegetarian parents feed their kids the same diet?
Should refugees seeking asylum in Europe be distributed among EU member states according to a quota?
Should Hate Speech Be Legally Protected?