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  • Summary Of The Documentary 'We Walk Together'

    The documentary "We Walk Together: a Syrian refugee family's journey to the heart of Europe" by The Guardian follows a group of refugees on their trip from Budapest to Munich. Through the application of different aspects of cinematography, editing and sound, the filmmakers achieve to generate sympathy and compassion for the refugees. The main aim of the report then is to create a realistic impression and to immerse the viewer. Because the film crew walks among the group, many shots are filmed…

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  • Xenophobic Sacrifice

    The world has recently become aware of a shocking crisis in Europe. Migrants from around the world are making the perilous journey from their own war-torn poverty-stricken lands to the safer prosperous nations within the EU. As the most affluent continent in the world, we should be expected to welcome the immigrants and grant them a safe place to live. However we treat them with a xenophobic prejudice, as though they have come only to pillage and plunder both patria and populace. We are told…

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  • Symbolism In The Displaced Person By Flannery O Connor

    During World War II, many Europeans were “displaced” and even in America, the land of the free, they were not treated fairly. They were often treated no better than the African-Americans, and in those time racism against them in the South was still vast. The stylistic techniques used by Flannery O’Connor in her short story, “The Displaced Person,” allows her to relay her purpose of writing to the audience. She uses symbolism, foreshadow, and irony to communicate her opinions about racism to the…

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  • Case Study: American Refugee Committee

    How ARC Advances Social Justice in Crises American Refugee Committee (ARC) is a nonprofit organization, based in Minneapolis, MN that works with refugees, internally displaced persons and people facing disaster and conflict in 11 countries (ARC 2016). The types of conflict ARC addresses includes natural and war related disasters and gender based violence that result in oppression, persecution, poverty in terms of resources, health, education and wealth, and displacement. ARC aims to assist…

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  • Refugee One

    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…

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  • Agihiv Refugee Case Study

    Introduction Years of internal conflict, natural disasters, as well as economic and social crisis has driven numerous people out of their homes in CARMO, resulting in large numbers of internally displaced persons and refugees in other countries. In response, the neighboring country Eretub has allowed for the establishment of the Agihiv refugee camp, with an estimated population of 275,000 refugees. The camp has been separated into three smaller settlements: Camps A, B and C. Humanitarian efforts…

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  • Climate Change And Human Migration

    legal structure around climate migration is not conducive to handling the large numbers of climate-related refugees the world is presently seeing, causing millions of people to slip through the cracks. While people displaced within their own countries (internally displaced persons) are covered by national law, international law, and the UN Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement, a serious legal gap exists with regard to cross-border movements in the context of disasters and the effects of…

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  • Second Christian View Analysis

    World War. This presents us with great challenges and many hard decisions. On this continent (America), too, thousands of persons are led to travel north in search of a better life for themselves and for their loved ones, in search of greater opportunities. Is this not what we want for our own children? We must not be taken aback by their numbers, but rather view them as persons, seeing their faces and listening to their stories, trying to respond as best we can to their situation. To respond in…

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  • Theoretical Underpinnings Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis

    For the last few years, a refugee crisis has swept through Europe. Due to the fighting of insurgent groups such as the Islamic State and its affiliates and allies as well as the opposing rebel groups and allies, masses of displaced civilians have simultaneously flooded into Europe and surrounding Middle Eastern countries. Through this memorandum, I will look at the theoretical underpinnings of refugees and immigration policy and the current U.S. Policy on Syrian refugees. The policy that should…

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  • Cultural Migration

    Every person belongs to a culture, some people may belong to multiple but sometimes we need to step out of our comfort zone to experience a culture unlike our own. Traveling the world is an excellent example of this, although, sometimes we can have a cultural experience not too far from home, since the United States is tremendously diverse. “Twenty-eight African countries have been at war since 1980, and one-third of Africa’s leadership in 2010 still emanates from the army or a rebellion.…

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