Protecting asylum seekers
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The provisions of European Conventions on Human Rights, 1950 vis-'-vis those in UN Convention on Status of Refugees, 1951 have been found to be more effective in providing protection for the asylum seekers within European countries. In most countries, an individual appeal to an international tribunal can only be done under provisions of European convention on Human Rights, 1950.
Refugees and Asylum Seekers
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“A refugee is a person who is outside his country of origin and fearful of returning home because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on race, religion, identity, membership of a particular social group or political opinion”(Gibney, 2010)… The situations that makes it impossible for a refugee to return to his home country must relate to something that…
European Practice Towards Asylum Seekers
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Fortress Europe is the term given to the working of the European Union to keep non-EU goods and nationals out of the Union's 25 member states. A classic example of a Fortress Europe policy is the development of a common asylum and immigration policy as a sign of Fortress Europe at work.… However, a recent poll revealed that on average the British public…
African Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel
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As the number of refugees and asylum seekers grow, it is observed that Israel has also begun changing its attitude towards the issue. In 2005, nearly a hundred Sudanese from Darfur were apprehended and detained under the Entry to Israel Law. … The Refugee Rights Forum, an aggregation of eight NGOs in the country believes that the number can reach 17,000. All…
Migrants and Asylum Seekers in Italy
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The recent years have seen huge increases in the number of immigrations to different parts of the world. Amid these immigrations has developed several problems and new trends in migration issues. For example, numbers of illegal immigrants has soared high in different regions especially Europe. … Migrants and Asylum Seekers in Italy Among these migrations…
Asylum Seekers and Refugee in Britain
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Britain asylum seekers originate from ten principal countries. These are such as Zimbabwe, Sudan, Afghanistan, India, Eritrea, Pakistan, Iraq, Somalia, China and Iran. They account for 60% (sixty percent) of all applications for asylum seeking.… On the contrary, the definition is insufficient to signify violation of individual human rights or to show that he…
Refugees and Asylum seekers in the U.S
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The paper "Refugees and Asylum seekers in the U.S" will address the rising concerns of the infringement of the personal rights of the immigrants as they are subjected to the compulsory detentions against the provisions of the UNHCRF frameworks for refugees.… The U.S has people from almost every part of the globe with the general population characterized of…
The Situation of African Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel
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In the paper “The Situation of African Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel” the author analyzes a refugee status in Israel. As the number of refugees and asylum seekers grow, it is observed that Israel has also begun changing its attitude towards the issue. … This was the first of a series of acts that displayed Israel’s…
Possible solutions/suggestions for the problem of refugees/asylum seekers
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A refugee is someone who is given leave to be in a country or an indefinite period of time because they are in need of Asylum. Asylum-seekers are those who have made an… The problem of refugees, however, rests in the issue of poverty which must be addressed in order to solve issues of assimilation into the new culture. Under the Universal Declaration of Human…
Housing and Benefits for Asylum Seekers in UK
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Of all the individuals or groups treated harshly by society, refugees and asylum seekers are often amongst the most disadvantaged and marginalised. Excluded from their homelands, often under the most traumatic and disabling circumstances, they are frequently forced to seek shelter in countries with indigenous populations with whom they share little in common.…
Asylum Seekers Living with HIV/AIDS in the UK
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The spread of HIV virus is a major concern across the world today. The main problem is that no viable cure has been found for a patient suffering from AIDS. Since the virus is communicable, the fear (often irrational) of having contact with an infected person is very high.… But for a person seeking asylum in a country, the problem is much worse since he/she…
Public Service Provision of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
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The dissertation focuses on the provision of public services to asylum seekers and refugees, emphasizing that less than equitable access has functioned against their successful integration into British society and their assimilation of British culture.… It is serious insofar as the increasing marginalisation of the identified group lends to the creation of…
Moving on up: what factors help young asylum seekers to find success in their lives
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This study has used the methodology of systematic review to find out the factors that help young asylum seekers to attain success in life. Five basic parameters of success have been identified and the factors identified from the systematic review have been compared with these five parameters. … The paper tells that though young asylum seekers arriving in UK,…
Do Asylum Seekers living with HIV/AIDS in the UK face any challengers
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The main problem is that no viable cure has been found for a patient suffering from AIDS. Since the virus is communicable, the fear (often irrational) of having contact with an infected person is very high. The… But for a person seeking asylum in a country, the problem is much worse since he/she might have no one to turn to for help. The only option is such…
Social work dessertation -Does Every child Matter Analysing policies around Young Unaccompanied asylum seekers in UK
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This contemporary development has allowed the free movements of goods, capital, services and firms across nations thereby, creating a borderless and… er, it should be noted, together with the global spread of capitalism (Cemlyn & Briskman, 2003), there has been also the spread of poverty, instability and war (Cemlyn & Briskman, 2003). The conditions of…
'What More Do They Want' - Service Provision of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
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The dissertation focuses on the provision of public services to asylum seekers and refugees, emphasizing that less than equitable access has functioned against their successful integration into British society and their assimilation of British culture. Given that the primary… Accordingly, it is imperative to embark upon an integration project as would…
Impartiality is the only satisfactory response by a state in the modern world to asylum seekers who approach its borders
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Impartiality is the only Satisfactory Response by a State in the Modern World to Asylum Seekers who Approach its Borders Student’s Impartiality is the only Satisfactory Response by a State in the Modern World to Asylum Seekers who Approach its Borders It is universally recognized by the democratic states that all people in the world were born and enjoy human rights.…
A Practical Discussion of Australias Role in Ethical Policy Formation: The debate regarding asylum seekers and refugees
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For those in global and domestic society that aspire to sustaining human rights, the debate regarding the moral and ethical constructs associated with establishing policy to allow asylum seekers to be sheltered by Australian government is paramount.… The rationale for seeking asylum or selecting Australia as a migrant destination differ widely depending on…
Impartiality is the only satisfactory response by a state in the modern world to asylum seekers who approach its borders.Criticall Assess the above statement
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It is legally recognized that just by the virtue of birth that every individual is entitled to be treated in manner that upholds respect and comfort to the… Such human rights are being incorporated into the legal systems of many democratic countries. This, however, has not come spontaneously, but through protests, campaigns and pressure from support groups and…
WHAT ARE PROBLEMS FACED BY ASYLUM SEEKERS, NEWCOMERS AND REFUGEES ARTISTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM TO PRACTICE ART
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An asylum seeker is ‘someone who has made a formal application for asylum in the UK awaiting response from the Home Office on their claim.’ On the other hand, ‘someone who has gone through the process of… The document discusses some of the traditions and laws in the UK that the refugees ride upon. In addition, it presents some of the policies and programs on…
What are the health issues faced by young asylum seekers in the uk and what has the government put in place to improve these issues
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Trauma, pre-migratory experiences, post migratory experiences, psychological risk factors, insecurities, trauma, stress, and PSTD. Make it clear which researcher found what- i.e Heptinstall et al( 2004) found that PSTD symptoms …”… Various research studied conducted in the past have shown asylum seekers and refugees being maltreated by members of host…
The contemporary securitization of borders and the new policies of states in North America and Europe that attempt to link asylum-seekers and refugees with terrorism and/or national security
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The governments of North American and European policies are scrutinizing the background of each individual attempting to link asylum-seekers and refugees with terrorism and threats of national security. First, the United States has reduced its welcoming smile to refugees and… Fifth, some host countries have not fully given the refugees and asylum seekers their…
Social policy & housing. refugees, asylum seekers and the homeless
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Social policy is the laid down rules, guidelines and legislation that work towards the welfare of the society. Social policy covers a wider area within the social context and can also include political and… William Beveridge identified five key problems that the society faces and stressed the need for elimination of the Giants as he called them. These vices…
Assylum Seekers arriving in Australia by boat. Subject - Health and Wellbeing
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Title: Asylum Seekers Arriving in Australia by Boat: 1. Introduction: An asylum seeker primarily refers to a person who has left his own native land in order to seek refuge in any other country or location. Generally the reasons behind individuals seeking for asylum involve incidents of persecution that can be in the form of any abuse, any form of intrusion or bigotry.…
COMPARE THE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A UK ADULT CITIZEN AND A REFUGEE OR ASYLUM SEEKER BOTH LIVING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM IN TERMS OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SECURITY
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Refugees and asylum seekers are a diverse group of people that are subject to forced migration and have fled due to political instabilities in their countries (COSLA, 2007). They are victims of a wide range of problems due to their migration status. The United Kingdom provides… This essay compares the rights and responsibilities of Asylum seekers and adult U.K…
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