Daniel Santiago Brown V. Board of Ed. Case Mr. Dolese Period 9 The Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court Case was a major turning point in the long fight for Civil Rights. In the 1950’s, 13 parents decided to sue their local school district for breaking the Fourteenth Amendment. These suits were later grouped together to be known as the Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court Case, named after Oliver Brown, whose daughter had to walk six blocks to go to her bus stop just to go to her segregated school. They argued that the term “separate but equal” rule was unconstitutional and should be overruled.
Refugees are people who have resulted to leave their nation so as to escape persecution natural disaster or war. They go to other countries where they are assured of their safety and peace. However, the refugees are also faced with a lot of challenges in the countries that they migrate to. They leave a place they have known and escape to completely new environments with their own set of problems. The refugees escape the hostile situations in their nation but that does not mean they will be completely fine.
The Suppliants therefore, had to be accepted officially as asylum seekers and be protected under the divine safety net by the city’s officials. The Suppliants relates to today’s refugee crisis and how countries are responding to asylum seekers running away from violent conflict, or economic instability. It determines something fundamental about our humanity and above all responsibility cannot be avoided even if the political and the economic stakes are high. The play provides a historical depth view that reflects today’s
Determine the Refugee Status Another term to determine the refugee status is about eligibility of a person. To determine refugee status can be used the consisting criteria of elements or factors, namely subjective and objective. Subjective factor is factors on self refugees themselves, who requested the refugee status. This factor determines whether in that person there is a sense of fear or fears of persecution or prosecution. Then, if there is a reason for fear it may be said that the eligibility, and the fears were assessed from the demands fear of the country and threatened freedom.
As Imelda Marcos once said, “Life is not a matter of place, things or comfort; rather, it concerns the basic human rights of a family, country, justice and human dignity”. Throughout history, Syrian refugees have been persecuted and severely affected by the war. It is evident that they should get a chance to start over in this world. Numerous countries have fought against welcoming the poor refugees into their countries, as they also branded them with names like terrorists and extremists for assuming that they 've been influenced by ISIS radical ideas. While some Muslims have committed fearless crimes before, I believe the rest of the peaceful and loving community should not have to undergo cruel punishment and discrimination.
Over nine million Syrians alone have been displaced since 2011! If you took three people who originate from Syria, chances are, one of them has been displaced from their homes. Millions of people are attempting to escape the horrible terrorist groups located in Syria, and the strain on European countries to house refugees is endless, but, to put less stress on European countries, refugees can go to countries nearby to their home, paid for by European countries. The countless terrorist organizations in Afghanistan causes countless people to seek refuge in other countries, but this takes a enormous political and economic toll on various European countries. Even though opportunities lay within European countries, a problem exists with asylum seekers in the workforce and health services.
The 1951 Refugee Convention elevates the status of refugee protection as a matter of international concern, sets minimum standards for the treatment of refugees and contains most widely accepted refugee definition. It defines refugee as person who “owing to well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion , is outside the country his nationality and is unable or, owing to such fear is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that
Not only that, but they do it by the millions, moving in independent crowds step by step on the grounds that there is security (Acuesta, 2017). The explanations for their movement include issues such as social, racial, religious and political persecution, war, climate change, hunger and gender orientation. These vulnerable refugees have no other choice than to seek protection and we are denying their human rights and stripping away their human dignity. A United Nations Refugee Agency survey conducted in Australia in 2011 showed that 35% of people favoured turning back boats or detention of arrivals and deportation, while only 22% favoured eligibility for permanent settlement. Clearly there is much controversy surrounding this issue as it can create many effects within a nations, both positive and negative.
Over nine million Syrians alone have been displaced since 2011! If someone took three people who originate from Syria, chances are, one of them has been displaced from their homes. Millions of people are attempting to escape the horrible terrorist groups located in Syria, and the strain on European countries to house refugees is endless, but, to put less stress on European countries, refugees can go to countries nearby to their home, paid for by European countries. The countless terrorist organizations in Afghanistan causes countless people to seek refuge in other countries, but this takes an enormous political and economic toll on various European countries. Even though opportunities lay within European countries, a problem exists with asylum
However, while refugees and IDPs may flee for similar reasons (for example, armed conflict or persecution), their legal status is very different. Unlike refugees, IDPs remain within the borders of their home countries and are legally under the protection of their own government, even in cases where the government’s actions are the cause of their flight. A person cannot be recognised as a refugee unless they are outside their home country. b) Refugees and migrants There is a slight difference between a migrant and refugees often these terms are correlated or miss interpreted. Where the two words that make the two terminologies different are – • leaving with own