“We feel a responsibility to step up”: Airbnb offers free accommodation to 20,000 Afghan refugees
The home-sharing giant is hoping its generous new initiative inspires other business leaders to do the same. We’re looking at you, Marriott/Accor/IHG/Hilton.
Aussie airlines face criticism over role in refugee deportation
Qantas and Virgin are being targetted by the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility for their role in involuntary deportations.
DFAT Advice for US-bound Australians after Trump travel ban
by Daisy Melwani
While demonstrators rally against a ban on Muslim immigration at US airports, airlines and government officials scramble to ensure they are compliant. On a brighter note, Airbnb are offering free accommodation to those affected.
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