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    The Problems With Refugee Detention Camps

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    has in common is the instinct to survive. Many people flee to bordering countries, or even further, to escape death. Of course because of immigration laws, the people who escape cannot live freely in their new found sanctuary. This is the reason refugee detention camps ... ... middle of paper ... ...argaret Haerens, Ed. Opposing Viewpoints® Series. Greenhaven Press, 2010. Sarah J. Feldman, "Development Assisted Integration: A Viable Alternative," PRAXIS, The Fletcher Journal of Human Security

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    The Palestine refugee problem was created in the course of the 1948 Israeli War of Independence. When the UN voted to partition Palestine into Jewish and Arab states in 1947, Palestinian Arabs and Jews opposed the plan. The war that ensued was won by Israel, creating a large number of Arab refugees. Estimates account for more than 700,000 Palestinian Arabs who fled or were forced out of their homes during the fighting. These refugees often fled to surrounding Arab countries such as Lebanon

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    Politics

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    resentment from nearby Arab states, which immediately waged war against the new nation. Consequently, a severe refugee problem was created among the Palestinians that had been living in and near the territories that were taken over by Israel. An estimated 726,000 Palestinians were displaced; some were forced to other Arab states in the Middle East, while others were confined to refugee camps in Israel. In the mid-1950s, Arafat and several Palestinian Arab associates formed a movement known as Fatah

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    The Refugee “problem” in the U.S. is not really a problem at all. With all of the new blood coming in it should really stimulate everything. The refugees will bring new culture to America and change everything! We can change our school system to teach all of the children to speak Spanish and Syrian, and we could also integrate the school system to help the new children catch up to the kids who have lived here their whole lives. Yes it may take a “little bit” away from the old kids, but isn’t new

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    There are many top news breaking stories that are happening around the world, but none of them are as important as the new immigration and refugee problem. Half way around the world in the middle east, there is a new surging number of refugees and immigrants that are traveling and sneaking into Europe. This is a pressing issue, one that most of which the public is unaware of the other side to this story. In the last few weeks there has been stories of lives lost, sacrificed and risked all in the

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    Literature Review

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    focus of the Huyck & Bouvier (1983) article “The Global Refugee Problem: U.S. and World Response” was the number of refugees at that time, their reason for movement from sending countries to the receiving countries and how each receiving country dealt with the refugees once they were in their country. It also gives us a brief history of the phenomenon of the unrelenting flow of refugees and their characteristics in predicting future refugee movement especially in the United States. With this information

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    persecuted and the duty of the refugees to seek an internal remedy before seeking refugee protection in another country. Also important are the grounds for the protection of refugees as well as the connection required between these grounds and the risk of being persecuted. For reasons of both pragmatism and principle less developed countries which host, the greater majority of refugees, rarely contest the eligibility of refugee status for individuals arriving at its borders. The conceptual generosity of

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    The use of massive open online course (MOOC) for Education in Emergency response: The case of refugee. Education is a basic human right, enshrined in both the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child. And during times of displacement, education plays an additional invaluable role in fostering social cohesion, addressing psychosocial needs and providing a safe and stable environment for those who need it most(Devine,2015). Currently, information

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    Forced Migration Essay

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    of health problems as the rest of the population, such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular injuries, gastrointestinal injuries. During the process of migration diseases are prevalent due to close proximity of individuals, and poor hygiene conditions. In many countries that are in distress they are at higher risk of developing communicable diseases. Refugees are at high risk of developing tuberculosis depending on if they already have a high prevalence of TB

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    Bogus or Genuine

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    In 2008, Mexicans accounted for 25 percent of refugee claimants to Canada. Since 2005, the number of claimants has almost tripled from 3400 to more than 9,400 in 2008 (Backgrounder, 2011). This trend continued in to the first half of 2009 with refugee claimants almost doubling in figures from 2008. Given Mexico’s uncertainty due to drug cartels and violence, many citizens are looking to flee the country with the hopes of a better future in countries such as Canada (O’Neil, 2009). Amongst these claimants

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