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Canary Islands hotel offers shelter to migrants in need
by Renata Brito
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24 April 2021
On 24 April 2021 The Associated Press reported:
When the pandemic took away their tourism trade, hotel director Calvin Lucock and his partner, restaurant owner Unn Tove Saetran, received a Spanish government contract to take in migrants and asylum seekers who had arrived on the Canary Islands in rudimentary boats, trying to reach Europe. But the contract ended in February and thousands of people were transferred out of the hotels and into newly built large-scale migrant camps. Or so they thought. 'We realized that we had a queue of people standing outside when we closed the doors,' said Saetran, a former teacher, in a recent interview with The Associated Press ... With hundreds of empty rooms, Saetran and her husband Calvin Lucock, who runs the hotel, decided to reopen their doors at their own expense to provide food, shelter and care to young migrant men who fell out of the official reception and integration system.
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