Vox Pop - What do you know about the Danish Red Cross?
New Times are in the habit of forcing the man/woman on the street to face all kinds of subjects. This time we asked them:
1: Do you know what the Danish Red Cross is and what it does?
2: What is the most important work that Red Cross should be doing?
3: Should the Red Cross be supporting vulnerable groups of people in Denmark - for example asylum seekers? Why? Why not?
The Red Cross is a humanitarian group who do not take sides, and they should not be controlled by Government. They should only render service to the needy like, for example, those in war zones and disaster areas like floods and out breaks. They should also help asylum seekers; this group of people really needs help, they leave their countries to seek protection so they should be helped.
The Red Cross helps in various ways like rendering First Aid and helping victims of disaster. They should also teach non Red Cross members through the media how to give First Aid help to victims before the arrival of medical personnel. They should help under-age homeless children so that they can have a better life. They should also help asylum seekers so that the seekers can contribute to the society and chase their goals in life.
The Red Cross is an organisation which helps needy people with medical and heath care facilities. The most important thing they should be doing is to render help to developing countries. Yes, they should also help asylum seekers and make sure that they are properly taken care of, the seekers are different people with different problems and they really need protection.
Red Cross is an organisation which takes an oath to help displaced and depressed persons in times of need and they should give a helping hand to the needy. They should provide health care, accommodation and food to the needy. They should also support groups like asylum seekers because their mission from the beginning is to help.
The Red Cross is a humanitarian body which is ready to help and protect the needy in times of troubles. The work they do is to render help and give first aid to victims and to prevent out-break of diseases in disaster areas, like the situation in Haiti. It’s also very important to help asylum seekers because they really need it.