SECTION 3: Social Impacts of the Refugees From the beginning of the civil war and emergence of the ISIS in the Middle East, most people were converted to refugees and left their homeland with the aim of finding a harmony life. These people are experiencing some shocking scenes in their life for the first time like losing one of their beloved ones. Experiencing these moments will change their mentality and their aspects toward their social life. These refugees will negatively have social impacts on those place that they migrate to. While the writer Carlos Encina and news article New American Economy are claiming that the drifting of the refugees has good social impacts including the fast adaptation of the refugees and decreasing the rate of crimes in the host countries, the movement of the refugees to the host countries can have more bad influences on the social aspects of the country like increasing the rate of crimes and creating problems because of the social barriers.
Even though Germany has been considered an immigration land since the 1960 with the arrival of more than 1,000,000 guest workers, Germany still lacked modern and concrete immigration and integration laws. This has changed in the past few months with the influx of more than 1.ooo. oooo refugees into Germany. The integration of refugees in the German society has gradually become a must. The German government is under serious pressure from both the opposition and the German population after allowing a large amount of refugees into Germany.
Human child trafficking is a global phenomenon happening right now in every country in the world, also the second fastest growing criminal industry. Human trafficking of children in Africa have negatively affected the children due to the families and family values being brainwashed from them, and instead they are forced to commit acts of sexual prostitution or slavery. Human trafficking have a huge impact on the child being trafficked into the world of damage. The child can experience social ostriscm “often isolated from their social circles” (Chernush). They also “force stigma and other negative responses during and after their trafficking experience”(Chernush).
Since this photo emerged almost two years ago, 8500 more migrants have died or disappeared on their perilous journey to Europe and many more soon to come. As of recently Europe’s policies of constructing fences and walls have simply diverted the flow of migrants from one border to another rather than reducing it. In the last few years countries like: Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, Norway, and Macedonia have all started construction to build fences and walls specifically being “protection” against refugees. Experts suggest that this has only resulted in more dangerous and longer pathways for refugees in order to reach safety and freedom, going from land routes to far more dangerous sea routes. Even after the viral story of the “Boy on the Beach”, we still have countries building walls and leaving refugees to suffer the harsh tides of the mediterranean.
VIEWPOINT Capsizing one of the worst nightmare of the seafarers. Capsizing of a ship refers to a situation where the vessel at sea list to one side to such an extent that it’s not able to upright or regain its original position, leading to tipping over of the vessel in water and making it unsafe for both crew and machinery onboard. The ship’s sinking may lead to any sort of major accidents that may affect the marine environment it will also affect the life of the community lives near the shore that depends on the marine life for their income for their expenses. If the problem becomes severe, this might lead to human casualties. But some accidents whether we like it or not cause many loss of life.
Even some of the company’s business still maintain a good momentum of development, but in accordance with foreign headquarters need to adjust the overall deployment, there are still many enterprises were shut down individual business, and related businesses to sell or exit from the market (The impact of the financial crisis on the Euro Area, 2008). Furthermore, in order to cut down cost, Carrefour also sacked 10000 employees start from year of 2009, although it manage to gain profit increased by at the same time, it also caused workers strike due to low wages and job cuts (Ira,
Sexual Intercourse with infections in a person is very riskful because the diseases that the victim or the other person gets or has is harmful for both of them because anyone can get it even the first time during sexual intercourse and they could eventually not live for long. Being involved in this situation can put your life at risk and another person because not only do you harm yourself, you also harm the other person involved and the people that get involved afterwards because the bacteria spreads and affects more people. The victims that are in sex
Some of the prostitutes are victims of human trafficking which are manipulated by criminal groups. Many of them are living in a violent environment. They could not go to the police for help because of death threats. Many of the works involve the sale of bodily services and that lots of the works involve bad working condition. Legalizing prostitution is inhumane because it can cause the rise of crime rate and that would be big problem of the community.
Key among these negative outcomes are: • Deplorable Standards Of Living, Population levels in the world continue to rise by day giving rise to conflicts associated with fighting for resources. This means that the number of refugees will also continue rising. This rise on the other hand is not countered by increase of resources to cater for such refugees. With many already complaining of their living conditions, much worse is yet to come. The key contributor is lack of adequate and affordable housing for the low income groups.
To further compound their quandaries, migrants and refugees face stark differences in cultures, racism and language barriers, which are all barricades to their integration into the receiving societies.6 The European refugee crisis, was so coined because of the colossal increase in migrants in 2015. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has released estimates reaching over one million people from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq between the period January 2015 and March 2016. This total excludes the numbers of people that were coming from other south-west Asian countries and Africa. Nearly half of the million people that arrived from the predominantly