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  • European Refugee Crisis Research Paper

    Refugees: debunking the myths of the European Refugee Crisis. In 2015 Europe received as many as 1 Million refugees escaped war-torn nations by sea to reach Europe and this is only those that came across the Mediterranean Sea. Germany took in 1.1 million refugees in 2015, in one year Germanys population increased my 1.1 million people. This means millions more people in need of a home, food, water and access to their basic rights. This means that European countries are trying to accommodate for…

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  • Refugees In Syrian Civil War

    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 resettling Syrian refugees in our country is…

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  • Huda As A Refugee Analysis

    someone living outside the U.S who has experienced persecution or fears persecution due to race, ideology, or group affiliation. Before any refugee arrives in the U.S, the president must issue a Presidential Determination outlining the number of refugees to admit in the next fiscal year. In order for their cases to be reviewed, refuges must receive a referral to U.S Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP). This referral can only come from the United Nations Refugee Agency. They are then subject to a…

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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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  • Education Access To Child Refugees Essay

    Education access to children refugees in the host countries is unbalanced because it depends on the camp, urban setting, and gender. Gross Enrollment Ratio show children enrollment to a specific education level irrespective of age when expressed as a percentage sometimes surpasses 100 percent because of the late entry of children refugee into schools or repetition of grades. Primary GER in 2009 for the refugees was 76 percent from 47 urban areas, 92 camps from 73 countries. Meanwhile,…

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  • • Explain The Importance Of Priority In The US

    individual. There are three distinctions of priority currently in use as according to the United States Citizenship and Immigration services: priority one, “cases that are identified and referred to the program by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, a United States Embassy, or a designated non-governmental organization”; priority two, “groups of special humanitarian concern identified by the US refugee program”; and priority three, “family reunification cases. Once cases come…

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  • Refugees In Thailand

    In recent years, with rising conflicts and intense persecution 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…

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  • Resettlement Plan For Syrian Refugees

    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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  • Essay About Refugee Refugees

    growth of illnesses that can place lives in mortal danger. Principally, humanitarian support in such chaotic conditions centers on preventing death, giving assistance and safety measures for those compelled to desert their usual residences. Aid to refugees is usually depicted as a charitable mission to the displaced. People are generally forced into refugee status due to an armed struggle resulting from the abuse of power and political authority…

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  • Karen Refugee Camp Short Story

    The camp could fit millions of refugees, non-refugees and other people who are going in and out of the camp for business purpose. The camp was heavily fenced with wires and guarded by Thai police. It almost seemed like a prison because none of the refugees could leave the place. The place itself was surrounded by mountains. Inside the fence, you can see all tiny houses built out of natural materials…

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