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  • Refugees Crisis

    or more refugees from the same nationality remain in exile for five years or more than that in a given asylum country, according to the Office of the United Nations, High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). This paper will analyze by comparing and contrasting the data’s protracted refugees which have been collected from the website evaluation, book number and the nine periodicals to reinforce the idea why Afghan refugees should be granted with a Pakistani citizenship based on the reliability of each source, and if this information are enough to compare and contrast the articles. The reason behind this topic is since Pakistan has decided to send back its Afghan refugees back to Afghanistan. Given that it is a country which has been torn apart due to war, sending back these refugees to a country where they ran away from to save their life and for a better future is a violation of human rights.…

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  • Causes Of Climate Change Refugees

    In the next four decades, developed nations can expect a flood of climate change refugees. A large array of actors including politicians, government agencies, journalists and activists will respond to news about migration and immigration in a number of ways, through religious, ideological and emotional lenses. What will determine refugee assimilation processes and treatment in foreign lands depends on a number and quality of frames harnessed by agencies and media groups involving climate change…

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  • Refugees In Central America

    The African Union is unique in having a convention that specifically addresses the protection needs of IDPs, Africa union Convention for the protection and Assistance of internally displaced persons in Africa. Finally, the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugee (UNHCR) provides protection and humanitarian assistance to IDPs and stateless individuals in addition to 1951 Convention refugees. However, the international human rights law applies to all situations, whether during peacetime or…

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  • Syrian Refugees Definition

    REFUGEES: ACCESSING SERVICES Definition of Refugees and accessing services What is a refugee? According to the World Relief (2015) a refugee is someone who has fled their home country and cannot return home do to a fear of prosecution based on countless factors. There are numerous refugees that enter the United States and remarkedly some of them will not be able to access all of the services they need to survive. For some of the people that live here illegally they are afraid to find help for…

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  • Refugees Simulation Analysis

    simulation was that one decision can alter everything and can change lives. It took numerous attempts to get to where I survived and made it to a peaceful area. To begin with, I selected to initiate my journey as a female, since I myself am female and I felt that it would benefit my understanding of the struggles that refugees encounter. I just felt that picking a role that I can relate to, could provide me with more of an opportunity for sympathy. Next came more of a challenging choice. It is…

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  • An Essay On Syrian Refugees

    bombs being dropped in the country of Syria, killing thousands of people. Even though many citizens are dying in Syria due to the war, a lot of them still remain there with almost no health assistance, food resources, and no education for the children because they are not given a place for safety resettlement. In the news, we only see that these people are suffering because of death and separation, but they almost do not mention anything about how they can improve the immigration and…

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  • The Importance Of Syrian Refugees

    In the summer of 2015, Europe experienced the highest influx of Syrian refugees as a consequence of the civil war led by the Al-Assad family which ruled the country undemocratically since the 1970’s. After the Arab springs, a revolution which began in 2011 led to disbanding of numerous authoritarian regimes the Al-Assad’s refused to stop down and started a brutal civil war. This led to various groups of individuals fighting for varied ideals to fight one another. During this time, the extremist…

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  • Syrian Refugees Analysis

    Syria began, an estimated 13.5 million Syrians have sought refuge in neighboring countries and further (UNHCR, 2016). The United States has welcomed only a small percentage of these migrants, and recent terror attacks has stirred fear of these refugees to the American people. Current political elections have focused heavily on Syrian refugees and some states have even gone as far as vocalizing their anti-refugee and anti-Muslim policies, refusing to allow refugees to settle in their borders.…

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  • Refugees In Thailand

    in various parts of the world, a UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees) report (2015) revealed that 63.5 million people have been displaced from their homes. “The number of refugees who have fled across international borders due to conflict and persecution is at the highest level in recorded history” (Dryden-Peterson, 2015). Unfortunately, a large number of Pakistani minority groups had to leave their home country and seek refuge in Chiang Mai, Thailand, because of growing…

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  • Importance Of Asylum Seekers And Refugees

    Regarded as a nation bridging Europe and Asia, Turkey holds control over the amount of refugees entering Europe from mostly neighbouring Middle Eastern countries as well as African countries and the Indian subcontinent. Due to the large amount of migrants crossing through Turkey, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) made an agreement to “provide some degree of protection and status determination” for asylum seekers and refugees. The UNHCR defines a refugee as a person “who is unable or unwilling to…

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