This source ends with the challenges facing this system and the adequacy to meet these challenges (Gallegher, 1989). Gill has two interesting studies regarding the international system when he studies the international protection of refugees in terms of legal instruments and rights granted for refugees. The second part studies the refugee definition’s elements and scope. The third part studies the role of UNHCR in protecting refugees. Finally, the refugee problem is analyzed in the context of human right approach pointing to the gaps of the CR and the states responsibility (Gill, 2014).
The review relied on appropriate material and used a majority of primary source articles. The researchers included a couple of primary article’s graphs and tables as noted in figure one and two. The cross sectional results of the researchers own findings are found in table one, two and three. This data coupled with the numerous research articles reviewed, identified and supported the research problems and yielded important evidence for nurses because it reflected expert opinion about areas of needed
The author's goal is to research to evaluate factors associated with access to health care in the aftermath of the 2010 Pakistan floods. The scope of the paper discusses results from a survey conducted. A randomized survey method was used to survey households of the flood-affected population. The households were surveyed approximately six months after the flood's onset and multivariate analysis was used to determine significance. The article is organized in traditional research article format with an introduction, followed a clearly stated hypothesis, and a methods, results and conclusion section.
In the case of Hungary, it has built a fence along the border with Servia to prevent refugees to come in and shut down the train service to Germany so that refugees can’t continue their way. To my consideration this is something cruel, if those people are running from their countries is because they didn’t have any other choice and they are treating them as if they were criminals, and not poor people who is coming here running away from war. According to the Czech Prime Minister his county is willing to provide "financial, technological, human or material aid" to the refugees, but it is known that the country has detained some refugees without any reason. To my eyes, this is a really hypocrite country, they apparently seem to be helpful but then you realise they are not. Moreover, according to the a poll made in Czech 94 per cent population are convinced that the European Union should be deporting all refugees and close the borders so that they can’t come in.
CHAPTER FIVE RESEARCH RESULT AND DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS 5.1. Introduction This chapter presents findings of the research as well as a discussion of arguments with different views with the objective of attempting to explain the issues underlying collective security in the West African region. The chapter also provides responses to the research questions of the study. 5.2. Summary of Findings Economic growth in the West African region has been greatly hampered by security challenges over several decades past.
There shall be a literature of different scholars work on related topics, in order to frame issues for the study and to avoid redundant effort. Different documents and files on challenges and prospects of social integration of refugees and asylum seekers will be collected from BAMF, Pro Asyl, Diakonie, Caritas, UNHCR and shall be explored. On the basis of the review of literature and document reading, basic points to be raised in the interview and FGD will be identified; and this shall be done to sample population that will be selected from refugee and asylum seeker communities. 1.10.5 Ethical Consideration Ethics in research is concerned primarily with the interaction between the researcher and the people involved in the study. The researcher is expected to explicitly consider the needs and concerns of people involve in the study.
To determine the direct and indirect causes of the conflict in the region and empirically evaluate the impact of violent conflict on human capital accumulation and economic development in the middle belt region of Nigeria both in the short-run and in the long-run. e. To try and understand the dynamics that internal crisis has on the population and how it of population movements as a result of the crisis and how it affects human capital development. f. Develop a framework to measure the development of human capital within States and Local Government Areas selected. g. To empirically ascertain if the crisis has had any significant impact on cognitive skill level of students in the affected region. h. To derive policy implications from the empirical analysis.
Refugees No.127. Geneva, p. 12 24 million "environmental refugees The chart highlights that although there could be varying numerical statistics as to the gravity of the problem, there is consensus as to the existence of a grave problem. 1.1 NEED FOR A COMPREHENSIVE DEFINITION Any problem starts out with a focus point. In the present case, there is a lack of such a focus point. Terms and concepts such as environmental migration, climate change-induced migration, ecological or environmental refugees, climate change migrants and environmentally-induced forced migrants are used inter-changeably throughout the literature.