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  • The Role Of Refugees

    Refugees have existed ever since there has been conflict in the world; both World Wars, displacement of Jews and Palestinians, the India and Pakistan border conflict, and even the aftermath of Japanese imperialism. Although refugees have been a huge issue throughout history, the recent crisis has brought over one million refugees into Europe in just 2015. Today, more than 65 million people are forced out of their home country as a result of persecution, violence or natural disasters. The conflict in Syria certainly is the biggest cause of migration; but the seemingly endless violence in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as poverty in other Middle Eastern countries, force people to find safety elsewhere. It is difficult to have accurate numbers…

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  • Climate Change Refugees Essay

    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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  • Definition Of Refugees

    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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  • System Theory For Refugees

    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. Refugees currently on American soil face racism, isolation, and a lack of resources.…

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  • Syrian Refugees Essay

    actions that need to be taken by the world leaders to provide aid to the refugees who flee their home country in hopes of being able to obtain peace and live in freedom. Thus, all Syrian refugees who pass the required background and security screenings, should be granted asylum in the United States of America. An ideology that until recent events many Americans shared, but since the attacks on Paris and an increase of islamophobia in the media, many have been misconstrued to believe that…

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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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  • 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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  • Argumentative Essay About Syrian Refugees

    Syrian Refugees What would you do if you had a moment 's notice to pack and leave everything you once knew? This is what has been happening to Syrians for the past few years, sometimes only having time to take their families. 22.8% of the Syrian refugees signing up with the UNHCR are 18-59 year old males while 23.8% are females. 3 out of 4 of those females are single mothers with children. (Ross 8) Since the war in Syria broke out millions of refugees are looking for a place to live. The United…

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  • Syrian Refugees: The Necession Of Aid And Refugee Resettlements

    Ever wondered what it is that is really happening to the Syrian people that is causing them so much grief as we see in the news? It is more than just 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…

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  • The Challenges For The Syrian Refugees In Canada

    Syrian Refugees that are arriving in Canada face many challenges during the resettlement process. These refugees struggle with sanitary living conditions, shelter, food, education, em-ployment and health care. The number of refugees arriving at the same time takes a toll on the planning process which in return makes it difficult and overwhelming in finding suitable shelter for these individuals. Developing a proper resettlement plan is a major key in succeeding in this country. There are a…

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