Introduction Currently Europe is suffering from a big problem, the influx of refugees. Hundreds of thousands of people from the Middle Eastern countries have fled to Europe (BBC, 2015). These refugees flee from their countries in hope of creating a safe life, for themselves and their families. Democratic EU Nations are the ones doing a fair share, they provide food, first aid and shelters for them in an asylum center (BBC, 2015). This essay will be discussing the following statement “Only democratic states can solve global problems”.
They are mainly directed to the United States, there are about 11 million Mexican live in the US. Migration is very difficult and hazardous for those who want enter to the US illegally across the border between US and Mexico. Most of immigrants came to US seeking economic opportunities, they are starving in their homeland so they have to choose for stay or take a risk in another country. Most Europeans moved to United States in two waves: at the time from 1820 to 1920, these people leaved to finding freedom and religious issues; and immigrants in the 20th century leaving under poor economic condition. Nowadays, those who moved into the US from Europe mostly are young people, who are proficient in English and have high level of education as well.
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. We should be building bridges, shelters,
When the (DACA) goes into effect there would be a sudden rush of the immigrants looking to find work. As it is in Detroit already an extremely high unemployment rate. So it wouldn’t do any good for the immigrants to receive their two year work permits, and look in for jobs when the community has no jobs to offer. This would extremely hurt my district simply due to the alarming increasing rate of unemployment. Also, the (DACA) only applies to people who are under 31.
This in turn led to the need of about 13 million Syrians to receive humanitarian assistance. To their avail, several countries such as some major European nations, whom have given the Syrian people a refuge in their land, especially Germany. Although the help that these countries have given to Syria has saved hundreds of Syrians, more countries are needed to provide refuge to the Syrians since these European countries are already reaching full capacity and will sadly, not be able to accept more refugees. This paper is addressed to the Swedish government to join the humanitarian effort that few countries are providing and kindly consider providing the devastated refugees with a refuge. First of all, Syrian refugees are a golden opportunity for Sweden on the economic scale.
This created an substantial amount of debt for Germany which in turn created hyperinflation which affected most of the German populace directly. Many people lost their jobs, prices of daily needs, such as bread, went up to ridiculous prices and many people lost their savings in a matter of days so Germany could start to pay off the debt they owed to the Allies. Many people started to lose faith in the Weimar government and the growing Nazi party used the failing economy as a walking-stick to help them rise to power. They presented solutions to the German people, creating a false sense of hope for the people and a volatile trust for their forthcoming policies and proposals as to how the Nazi Party would end the economic crisis and return the people to their prosperous and steady lifestyle. It was the reparations that cause the German people to no longer trust their government, but it was the Nazis who would win back the trust of the people through false
A median of 59% across 10 EU countries voice concern about the prospect of increased terrorism. This includes 76% who say this in Hungary and 71% in Poland. Around six-in-ten in Germany (61%), the Netherlands (61%) and Italy (60%) also think refugees will increase terrorism in their country.” (Poushter,2016) They were scared they were going to take over and that their communities would cease to
Despite all those sad stories and unfortunate deaths. Many countries refused Syrian refugees and considered them as a threat to the safety of their community, yet few countries did accept them and welcomed them into the camps. According to Amnesty International (2016) today there are over 4.5 million Syrian refugees located in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt. Turkey now hosts 2.5 million refugees from Syria, which is the world’s largest community of Syrians displaced by the ongoing conflict in their country. Lebanon hosts about 1.1 million refugees from Syria which has a rate of one in five people in the country.
This created the largest single group to leave Germany, with 30,000 people (How Did the Fall). The people of Germany who were suffering because of the wall now had hope to safely leave their current living conditions, and begin again without fear of separation or death. Lives were changed for the better, and people could legally travel, unlike East and West Berlin. America was also one of the countries that changed after The Wall, public opinion of many things, but mainly Germany and politics. Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy both served as President Of The United States in their lives, so their opinions in America were very important.
However, conditions in the most of the country’s refugee camps are dire, driving many to risk a perilous voyage in the Bay of Bengal. More than 137,000 refugees from Myanmar were registered in Malaysia as of September 2014, according the UN , including tens of thousands of Rohingya. The Global Emergency Overview, which tracks humanitarian crises, tallied more than 40,000 UN-registered Rohingya as of last December, but activists say there are roughly an equal number of unregistered Rohingya in the country. Kuala Lumpur has recently signaled a growing unease with the migrant influx.
We all need help at one point in our life, so why do we deny our help towards homeless .Why don’t we help the people who once fought to protect this country that we are currently living in. They now need our help to survive. Why not pay them back with our help towards them .
With high unemployment and with low-income housing it was a huge problem for Pico-Union. The violence dealt this highly immigrant neighborhood a crushing about $13 million worth of damage, according to city estimates. Jobs are hard to be fine which cause a number of people homeless for many Central American immigrants migrating across the Mexican-American borders. In particular, men and their families are migrating to the Pico-Union area in search of work in order to support themselves and survive. Although there was some homeless people collecting cans; majority of the homeless population contained of migrant workers.
On October 24, 1929, also known as ‘Black Thursday’, one of the greatest economic and social crisis in the United States of America begun. On that day more than 12 and half million shares of stock were sold, which was triple the usual amount. Next, over the following 4 days, the stock market prices fell 23 percent. Afterwards, the Americans had to face suffering and obstacles for the next 10 years. In 1933, the unemployment had risen from 3 percent to 25 percent of nation’s workforce and those who were able to keep their jobs faced harsh reductions in wages.
Eisenhower cites four main pieces of evidence. He first cites the unfortunately high number of fatalities and injuries on the current highways. Eisenhower argues that the more than thirty six thousand wounded and more than one million injured highway users put a high financial burden not only on the individual family who faces tragedy, but also on the nation. In Eisenhower 's report, he states, “But reliable estimates place the measurable economic cost of the highway accident toll to the Nation at more than $4.3 billion a year.” With this information, Eisenhower shows that with an updated highway system, accidents, and thus costs, could be cut considerably.