Last, there is the loss of sea ice and the more intense heat waves.= which can be a problem in the future. Not only climate change can affect society such as humans and animals, but can also affect the economy. We know that climate changes cause sea level to rise, and when the sea level rise a lot, droughts can occur. Tsunami also occurs, and tsunami kills people and destroys people. So when the tsunami occurs, it destroys many buildings.
There are many reasons why migrants are fleeing from their countries. Firstly, migrants were fleeing because of their homeland and countries was in harm and countries was being exploited. Besides that, they also move from their countries because of the human security. In general, human insecurity will force people to move from their homeland to seek for the better place that prevent them from threatening their life and safety (Biiss Journal, 2005). Betts (2013) stated, the threat that environmental change, lack of food, and general mayhem force large numbers of people to flee countries that are unable or unwilling to ensure their human rights, as well as the situation in the states failed and fragile which makes possible the lack of human rights, so people make decision to move to another better place.
There is currently a massively unprecedented refugee crisis happening, with more displaced people across the world than has ever been recorded. Every minute, 20 people are being displaced due to conflict or mistreatment, and many of these refugees do not find a permanent home for decades. Australia is one of the countries that ratified the Refugees Convention in 1954, and refugees flock to find a home in this beautiful country. In the past financial year, 24,162 humanitarian arrivals took place in Australia, of which 133,000 were actually new to the country. This does not include the amount of people that tried to enter the country by boat, as Australia does not allow refuge the those who try to enter their state unofficially.
I want to research whether countries should be morally obligated to give asylum to refugees. I want to also find out what causes this problem, what effects and consequences this will have on the country. Finally I want to obtain a possible course of action to try to put an end to this problem. INTRODUCTION To start, it’s important to note that some people deny that we have moral obligations to needy non-citizens like refugees. For many, the state’s obligations are entirely towards its own citizens.
Middle Eastern crisis has been a big issue not only in the area where the conflict is happening but also in the countries where refugees are escaping. The refugees move to different countries in order to stay away from the wars and to search better lives. A number of countries that refugees are tying to move into face difficulties accepting them recently. Each countries have different domestic problems, and until not overcoming those problems, it is hard to accept people from outside. However, there are many benefits to accepting the refugees.
Adoption is a good thing because there are several thousands of people in this world that can’t have kids. Where these people can adopt a child and finally have their little family that they have dreamed of. International adoption is a very good thing to do, but it can have some disadvantages also. If you are not financially ready to have a child and their expenses it can mess with your financials. It can do this
So, how should be the perfect refugee camp? _______ When for the first time in the human history, the population in the cities has overcome the rural populations , we still have thousands of people being forced to do the opposite journey: refugees from urban areas forced to leave everything they have, for a variety of reasons: war, climate, politics and resettle somewhere else: urban areas (Kamel Doräi 2010), rural environments and the "luckiest" ones: in refugee camps. Most of these camps, worldwide, are under the protection of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR. This
Most of the children in the home have some living relatives but some of these relatives have been instrumental in making them destitute due to land disputes in the family where children born to single-mothers are forced out of their grandparents homes so that their male relatives can inherit the land. The centre is populated by 487 children from the age of 6 years to 25 years. 25 percent of the population are males. There are a few children who are ex-convicts undergoing rehabilitation – most of these children, recently released from prison have been rejected by their families and communities due to the “ex-convict” stigma. A programme is in place to reunite them with their
Did you think these people wanted to leave their country? I think not. I simply cannot condone your statement, disparaging the refugees as it is either over-simplistic or falsified; it is our duty to help those people who are desperately in need. Sincerely, Hamin
Rehabilitation of 2010 Flood Affected Families The floods of 2010 affected more than 20 million people wrecked 1.61 million houses and left 7.3 million people homeless. It is government’s responsibility to provide permanent shelter to the flood affected people. Thus, the flood reconstruction plan presented an opportunity to promote growth and eradicate poverty. The reconstruction plan revived livelihood and created employment opportunities for the flood affected. Government spent a hefty amount of Rupees 613 billion, inclusive of Rupees 1.61 million for damage compensation for reconstruction of houses.