understanding of the issues facing the European countries with respect to the asylum claims by refugees. By establishing clarity on the challenges being experienced by the refugees as well as the European countries, a justification for an urgent need of action by the governments and international organizations is given emphasis. During these times when the world is experiencing threats from armed minorities, Islamic extremists, and even discriminating regimes, the influx of refugees becomes inevitable.
that may help the situation can be to shed more light on the subject, and informing refugees and migrants how the human smugglers take advantage of them, and how dangerous the journey can be. Another element that can better the situation is to work effectively against the smuggler networks, and make an attempt to cut them off financially. However, the most long term solution would be to reduce the stream of refugees from war and conflict
MULTI-DIMENSIONAL RISKS UPON REFUGEE CHILDREN AND THEIR RESILIENCY MIE MIE KYAW Introduction Today’s world migration and becoming refugees is one of the largest and complicated histories. An array of negative factors such as economic recession, political unrest, civil wars, and poor living conditions make many civilians of different countries migrate to other countries and a lot of people seek refugee status. A refugee is defined as: a person who owing to well-founded fear of being
3) Challenges that global cities face (1)When talking about London one of the issues we discussed was how it is becoming more and more globalized. This provides mixing of cultures and economics but also provides some concerns. The Friedman reading discussed the idea that the way a city is integrated within the world economy will affect how it is laid out. The more globzabied a city get the more its authenticity is at risk and the mixing a different groups can cause social tensions. (2) Another theme
aid. The fourth phase was the Incremental Social policy, which happened from 1978 to 1997. At that time, there were no decrease in social services, but no increase either. The ten-year housing plan extended another 5 years due to a lot of Chinese refugees and also the original plan was too ambitious. According to Dror, for incrementalism to work, there are three essentials: First, the present policies should have satisfactory results and need little changes. Second, the problems “solved” by the policies