In a joint statement, 16 aid agencies are calling on the Security Council to translate the words into action.
Several Christian charities are welcoming the UN Security Council's decision to call for unhindered access to Syrian refugee camps.
In a joint statement, 16 aid agencies have called on the Council to translate the words into action.
Allen Tomlinson is from Cafod and has recently returned from camps in Lebanon and Turkey.
He told Premier's News Hour what the charity's main concerns are:
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