HOMELESSNESS ESSAY DEAN TYLER-BATTAGLIA Due to the alarming number of barriers that homeless people face, the homeless are greatly suffering, and that is not alright. 65.6 million people around the world are displaced - a total greater than Canada, Australia and New Zealand combined. That is one in every 113 people. How is it right that we all have amazing lives, while others battle to survive the night. I’m Dean Tyler-Battaglia and today I will discuss why homelessness is such a massive problem, due to education and employment limits, difficulties regarding shelters, and why homelessness isn’t a choice.
Pregnant women, whose immunity has declined due to pregnancy, and young children, who are too young to have developed immunity, are at the most risk, as statistics have shown (“Impact of Malaria”). This causes millions of families to be without children. Due to this fear, families often have many children, which is a burden to them, and to the society because over population would equal not enough jobs, which will lead to much unemployment. If the child survives Malaria, they are prone to six bouts a year, which will impact their school attendance. That in turn might obstruct their learning, and in larger terms, the educational system.
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,
In today’s society, America is ailed by the instantaneous increase of Americans living in poverty, causing families to take several risks in order to provide all of their family’s necessities. Although it may seem that America is the “land of opportunity”, millions of Americans struggle to survive on how much they earn. Throughout the United States, indigent Americans experience many difficult obstacles in order to survive illustrating their need to provide for their family. A recent article about understanding the effects of poverty states “The number of homeless children throughout the U.S has increased by 60 percent over the past six years” (Sheffield, Rachel). This statistic is very scary because poverty in the U.S is constantly getting worse.
Not only is it extremely hard to become a citizen, but our borders are loose and too many illegal immigrants are entering our country and hurting our economy. Our current policy sets an annual immigration quota, usually around 675,000 immigrants. However, according to the American Immigration Council, several loopholes such as Family-Based
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
I will never understand why so many people get married knowing there nearly a 50% chance it will end in divorce (and that’s just first marriages lets not even get into second or third). In America the divorce rates are bewildering, equating to approximately 1 divorce every 36 seconds. The cost of a divorce will astound you, in the UK the average divorce sits at a whopping £70,243. This huge sum of money would come as a monumental blow, especially after spending all that money on a wedding that is now nothing more than a painful reminder of the tainted memories. There is also a wealth of emotional effects that do not come with a breakup.
Goals of the youth policy The five goals of Lebanon’s youth policy are evolving around the following areas: - Demographic stabilization and hence reduction of migration rates One of the major problems that Lebanon is facing the last decade is high rates of youth migration. In fact Lebanon experiences on the one hand high rates of internal migration from rural to urban areas mostly due to the deteriorating economic situation of the countryside areas and on the other hand high rates of external migration mostly of university graduates who chose to abandon Lebanon in search for better life opportunities usually within Europe. - Labor permanency, fair wages and protection from exploitation Lebanese youth constitute the 41% of the labor force,
Quickly higher sustenance inflation has made it troublesome for the low wage families to go ahead with their day by day fundamental uses. As indicated by the World Bank, four million individuals have been pushed underneath the destitution line because of strange ascent in nourishment price. Another measurements of the World Bank demonstrates that between January 2007 and March 2008, the gross wage of the poor diminished by 36.7 for each penny mostly because of surge of sustenance things, pushing 2.5 million family units underneath the neediness line. Indeed, even the guard boro harvest couldn't spare the individuals from the grasp of high inflation. Then again, the antagonistic effect of inflation has made a hindrance to macroeconomic steadiness and diminished the pace of economic development, which is important to neediness lessening and
Although continuous growth has been growing for the past 60 years, there was situation due to the global risk, whole countries recorded minus growth. Some examples are, the September 11 terrorist attack in 2001, SARS in 2003, nuclear disaster/earthquake in Japan in 2011 and the latest is in 2016, the Zika virus caused whole fear throughout the whole world, especially towards the pregnant who are travelling overseas. Because of this few crisis, annual total tourist number rapidly decreased on the year that crisis happened. Based on annual total statistic, in case-by-case basis, these tourism crises averagely drag from least 2 months to a year. For example, September 11 terrorist attack that occurred in September of 2001, contracted unwillingness to travel.