Refugee Crisis Essay

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Among the many events that have marked the history, one of the most remarkable is surely the immigration. For centuries, the people around the world decide to leave their origin land to move to other countries in search of good jobs, better living conditions, and better quality of life. This phenomenon, often clandestine, increased more and more and it is in continuous growth during the years. People decide to leave their own country for personal, religion, politics, and economic situation. In fact, while many people emigrate because they seek a better life, a job, a house, a better chance for the future. Others, emigrate because in their country of origin are victims of persecution and discrimination for religious or political reasons, which …show more content…
Since 2014, a large quantity of desperate illegal immigrants, from Syria, Afghan, Iraq, Africa escape from the own country in seek of salvation and asylum in the Italian coasts. There are so many different reasons and factors why these people leave their own country. The most notable one is that the refugee crisis is mostly the making of some European countries and the United States through direct or indirect military interfering in other countries ' affairs. Most of the refugees are from war-torn countries like Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Iraq, where violence has been raging after Western intervention in their domestic affairs. Also, moving an increasing number of people will cause major changes in the world. In fact, the countries of origin of migrants are impoverished both from the demographic point of view, precisely because the population decreases, both from an economic point of view, because in most cases, those who migrate are young and remain so only the elderly who are not able to contribute to the economic growth of their country. Indeed, for the countries of destination, immigrants can be a demographic resource, because with the arrival of immigrant people remains stable and does not tend to decrease as in many developed countries, it is …show more content…
European government should find other permanent and durable solutions to help migrant refugees. These people risk every day their lives crossing the Mediterranean Sea to reach a better quality of life. However, even if Europe is doing a lot for them, such us curing them, giving them some money and place to live, this cannot longer be acceptable because they need and deserve to live a real and better life. In fact, I strongly believe that the UE and Italian government as a whole unit should allow them to work in order for them to sustain themselves and their family and let them start a new safer life, away from the atrocity of their origin

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