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Tampa refugees
Should Australia accept Tampa Refugees? Purpose: Persuasive/Argumentative The issue that I will be arguing about should Australia accept the Tampa Refugees? In my essay I will give my reasons that why we should and shouldn"t accept the Tampa refugees. We should accept the Tampa refugees because they are fleeing from there country from punishment from the Talibans for no reason. We should only accept refugees that have a VISA stating how long of a period they will be staying. We should ac ... Should Australia accept Tampa Refugees? ... In my essay I will give my reasons that why we should and shouldn"t accept the Tampa refugees. ... We should only accept refugees that have a VISA stating how long of a period they will be staying. We should accept refugees so they can share or bring us new skills. The reasons that we shouldn"t accept the refugees are that they are over populating Australia. ... Wordcount: 604 Pages: 2
Refugees
Social Justice - Refugees Good morning everyone. Front-page news: political decisions, humanitarian aid and asylum. These events are taking place in many parts of the world and are about refugees. Why are there so many refugees? What are the different views on the subject? Who will help them? Will you? Australia defines a refugee as a "person who fears persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the countr ... Why are there so many refugees? ... Refugees need help and there are many individuals and groups that try to improve refugees lives. Two organizations that help refugees are Austcare and The Refugee Council of Australia. ... They help refugees around the world. The Refugee Council of Australia helps refugees that have arrived in Australia. ... Wordcount: 638 Pages: 3 Bibliography
refugees population and needs
wars,famines,drought and other problems have caused many people to leave their houses;and migrate to other areas, which are equipped with enough better facilities,so that a man can survive.today, states like kosovo,kashmir,afghanistan,bosnia and chechniya are facing the same problems. people are moving to more safe areas, to protect them selves from violence . the people previously livivng in the endangered areas have migrated to make small communities, living in tents outside the main statio ... the biggest problem,which these refugees rae facing, is that of food ; there is an immense shortage of food in the state of kosovo due to the civil war .uno should try hard to provide these helpless refugees with enough food so that they can survive.unicef and unesco should be given the responsibilities to conserve the rights of the children. the shortage of necessary resources in this state has led to gang rapes,murders and terrorism.some days back cnn reported live about the condition in the state of kosovo. it said that the owner of the delta air lines was providing food, bathroom and clot... Wordcount: 635 Pages: 3
The Consequences And Cause Of Refugee
Discuss The Consequences And Cause Of Refugee Problems In The Modern Wold.(The Final Essay Of The Term, Refugees are persons who have fled their country or been expelled from it and cannot or will not return, because of natural catastrophe, war or military occupation, or fear of religious, racial, o ... Discuss The Consequences And Cause Of Refugee Problems In The Modern Wold.... According to the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees, the outstanding world refugee total exceeded twenty-six million in 1996.Deprived of the protection of their state, often detached from their families and communities of origin, refugees are, by any definition, particularly vulnerable to violence. Refugee women and their children, along with the elderly, are the most vulnerable.Due to disruptions before, during and after flight (or whatever means of travel), the traditional family structure of many refuge... Wordcount: 604 Pages: 2
Evian Conference
The Evian Conference was called by President Roosevelt in 1938. The purpose of the conference was to fix the refugee problem and save Jewish lives. This did not occur, because of many contributing factors. Many questions arose surrounding this failure, from how each nation reacted, to whether or not anti-Semitism was present, affecting the outcome of negotiations. But what is possibly the hardest to answer was what Roosevelt"s true intentions were? Was he truly acting to help the Jews, or p ... The purpose of the conference was to fix the refugee problem and save Jewish lives. ... The League of Nations was having it"s own struggles with the refugee problem. ... Without Wise, the committee ruled in favor of non-Jewish refugee organizations even though the number of Jewish refugees was higher. ... The Latin-American Republics expressed a reluctance to accept more refugees. ... A pledge of cooperation with existing League of Nations refugee agencies. ... Wordcount: 3305 Pages: 13
Bio of a Space Tyrant
Piers Anthony's epic novel Bio of a Space Tyrant acts as a macrocosm of the treatment of refugees and their journeys to freedom. At the time of its creation in the early 1980's, the novel represents the Vietnameseboat people? more specifically, but can still stand for what refugees of all times and from all parts of the world have gone through and continue to go through. Through five volumes, the main character, Hope Hubris, progresses up the societal chain of power, starting as an impoverish ... The first volume in the series, Refugee, focuses on Hope's difficult life as a refugee and his emigration to the futuristic United States. ... The refugees trusted the pirates? ... This made the refugees furious and they tried to attack the pirates. ... Later on during the refugees? ... Just like the Vietnamese refugees, the Callistan refugees were wandering the 'sea? ... Wordcount: 1981 Pages: 8 Bibliography
Policies of Deterrence and the Mental Health of Asylum Seekers
Policies of Deterrence and the Mental Health of Asylum Seekers Derrick Silove, MD, FRANZCP; Zachary Steel, MPsychol; Charles Watters, PhD In the past, most refugees who permanently resettled in the traditional recipient countries of North America, Europe, and Australasia were screened prior to arrival in a host country. In the last decade, increasing numbers of unauthorized refugees or asylum seekers, those who formally lodge application for refugee status in the country in which they ... In the last decade, increasing numbers of unauthorized refugees or asylum seekers, those who formally lodge application for refugee status in the country in which they are residing, have applied for protection after crossing the borders of these countries. ... The violence was begun by four men who had had refugee applications rejected and were told they would be deported. ... Committee for Refugees (USCR), a non-governmental organization concerned with refugee protection worldwide, to urge you to refrain from detaining asylum seekers except in exceptional circumstances and to examine more c... Wordcount: 1138 Pages: 5
Blue Collar and Buddha
The film directed by Taggart Siegel specifically deals with racism that Indochinese people were facing and their brief life sketches in Rockford. There have been several attacks against Indochinese community by setting up pipe bombs in Buddhist temple, which was a place where the refugees gathered. The white people did not like Asians mainly because they believed that their jobs were taken away because of the Asians, yet government and church organizations were supporting them. Asian were not ... Thus they started to assume that these refugees came to the United States to take over their jobs. ... However, opinions about refugees from their co-workers were different from a general reaction that white people had. ... Church organizations are usually involved in an attempt to help out the refugees. The refugees usually do not engage themselves in preparing for their depart form their country unlike immigrants. ... Refugees come across a minor barrier between two different refugees yet neither Asians nor other religious group of people try to persuade their beliefs, yet they continue ... Wordcount: 575 Pages: 2
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Belgians had used the Hamitic Myth. The Hutu was there first and the Tutsi had invaded, but there is no evidence of this. Europeans thought nobles were tall and thin. Tutsi were tall and thin, so they must be descendants from Ethiopia, which they regarded as the most superior of africans. In Burundi there was no such conquest. Kings were elected and could either be Hutu or Tutsi, either/or. There was a sense of commonness. In Rwanda the kingship was gained thru conquest, making the muth seen mo ... In Burundi Tutsi refugees were coming in, and they had the idea that look what democracy means = persecution of Tutsi. ... So then Hutus were going out of Burundi as refugees, and when they arrive in Rwanda the Rwandan gov uses this as an excuse to attack the Rwandan Tutsis, to gain popularity among the the Hutu majority, to divert hostility, to distract the population from the corruption of governtment. This refugee crisis led to thousands put in refugee camps, and this creates the potential to create militant soldiers. The population feels lost hopes, rejected by life, nowhere to go, so ther... Wordcount: 444 Pages: 2
Australia in the Vietnam War
The only time Australia has come under direct attack from another country, was when Japan bombed Darwin and sunk a number of ships in Sydney, during World War 2. The question then has to be asked, why Australia has been involved in so many conflicts. A number of recent conflicts in this century come to mind, they include, The Boer War, World War One, World War Two and The Vietnam War. By far the conflict that drew the most outrage from Australian citizens was the Vietnam War. Australia has been ... After all wars, there are always large numbers of homeless refugees. Australia has always been seen as a good place to house such refugees, due to it"s size. ... The Australian public have seen Asian migrants and refugees as a threat to their jobs, as they work harder for less pay. Post-Vietnam War was no exception, with 70000 Indo-Chinese refugees arriving in Australia since the late 1970"s. Politically the acceptance of war time refugees into Australia, has put the Australian government in a good image with other countries, this acceptance of refugees and migrants has strengthened Australia"... Wordcount: 667 Pages: 3
Politics Canadian Immigration
Introduction (subject to change): In an age when the threat of terrorism has become an all to real reality for western nations, criticism has risen following the implementation of reforms to the Canadian immigration Act. Sept 11th focused Canadians attention on the flaws in the National immigration policy, and swift reform was required in order to combat the inherent problem with the countries policies. The government passed several resolutions, most of which analysts say have not done enoug ... Point 1- Canada"s prior September 11th refugee policies as being much to lenient towards what determines refugee statues and the prosecution of people who break refugee probation regulations. Evidence- 1.Tom Fennel- "Canada"s open door: A new load of boatpeople sparks call for tougher stance on refugees" 2001 Arg. -Leon Benoit says Canada is seen as soft touch, anyone can claim refugee status. ... Singer- New Immigration and Refugee Act Arg. ... More focus need to be placed on tightening the boarders against terrorists and legislation needs to be passed as... Wordcount: 653 Pages: 3
Anthropology
The organization I have worked for this semester is Lutheran Family Services, in particular, refugee services. This organization relocates refugees, the ones I worked with are from Sudan, Africa. A 20 year civil war has been raging in Sudan leaving families displaced and relocated. The war is between the Northern Sudanese (mostly Arab Muslims-also in control of the government) and the Southern Sudanese (mostly indigenous people of Nuer and Dinka 'tribes'). The Southern Sudanese do n ... The organization I have worked for this semester is Lutheran Family Services, in particular, refugee services. This organization relocates refugees, the ones I worked with are from Sudan, Africa. ... Even in Kenya refugee camps the Southern Sudanese have been attacked by their Arab enemies. ... They were assigned social workers who do papework and errands required of them as refugees. ... The boys went from their birthplace, to refugee camps, to the USA. ... Wordcount: 1255 Pages: 5
The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down
The spirit catches you and you fall down by Anne Fadiman is a remarkable book, explaining the difficulties faced by Hmong refugees in the United States. Most importantly, Fadiman explains the complications of a system where two cultures try stepping on each other. Although the book describes some very depressing and extraordinary situations, the characters in the book seem very realistic, and are shown in their true form of goodness. The Hmong, like most other Asians, have a very old medical her ... Lia"s Hmong family is among a group of new refugees in California. ... Lia"s family was among the many Hmong refugees who were brought into the United States during the 1800"s. The Hmong in the U.S. came mainly from Laos as refugees after the Vietnam War. ... Hmong refugees found it very difficult initially to cope with the American life style. ... The Americans should have been made aware of the origin of these refugees. ... Wordcount: 1321 Pages: 5
Kanafani, Ghassan. Men in the Sun.
Kanafani, Ghassan. Men in the Sun. Lynne Rienner Publishers; Boulder, CO, 1999. Ghassan Kanafani"s 1962 work Men in the Sun features three Palestinian refugees of different generations en route to what they believe will amount to relative freedom and prosperity in Kuwait. Many Palestinians have sought lives beyond the refugee camps, some attaining prominence as advocates in Europe and the Americas, but Kanafani"s protagonists lack such lofty ambitions. The aging Abu Qais, frustrated Assad ... Ghassan Kanafani"s 1962 work Men in the Sun features three Palestinian refugees of different generations en route to what they believe will amount to relative freedom and prosperity in Kuwait. Many Palestinians have sought lives beyond the refugee camps, some attaining prominence as advocates in Europe and the Americas, but Kanafani"s protagonists lack such lofty ambitions. ... Primarily, the refusal of neighboring Arab states to accept Palestinian refugees abandons them to the squalor and poverty of refugee camps. ... He provides a window into the internal conflict of Palestinian refugees ... Wordcount: 819 Pages: 3
Canada: Sharing a Vision of a Strengthened
INTRODUCTION Canada"s Immigration history is one of the most richest and diverse in the world. Every year nearly 200,000 people from around the world immigrate to Canada. These new people who leave their lands behind, help shaping Canada"s values and ideals of Canadian Citizenship. They are a vital force in constructing and affirming a stronger nation. The people of Canada, like many other people have lately been changing their perspective towards the ethnic attributes in the society and have ... In 1946, the Canadian orders allowed refugees to come to Canada. ... REFUGEE CRISIS The problem or the debate on refugees isn"t new in any sense to Canada. Since the Second World War, the numbers of refugees have multiplied in numbers. During 1980, Canada"s entire backlog for refugee was roughly 23,000. ... This plight of refugees is an international one and it has been massive and is al... Wordcount: 3077 Pages: 12
Reports of ww2
Persuasive Paper The assigned reading was for the most part the telling of soldiers stories, whether they told of the stories they'd had or the story they were currently taking part in. As a whole they weren't looking to sway my opinion in any particular direction regarding the war, just describe the situation. The first piece of writing that I found persuasive came from I. F. Stone, a writer for The Nation who was stationed behind a desk in Washington instead of behind a bunker at ... Stone's article "A plea to admit Jewish refugees" was the only writing that looked at the war from the broader sense of things. ... I know that if I was in that particular situation that I wouldn't be worrying about the Jewish refugees so much as I would be trying to avoid the bullets whizzing over head. ... Stone even points out, probably out of desperation to get his point across that even Franco, the horrible dictator of Spain, opened his borders to refugees. ... Yet still we sit in our safe house across the ocean, content in our minimalist effort and ask others to open their ... Wordcount: 805 Pages: 3
Boat people
A group of Afghan boat have tried to come to Australia but they weren"t accepted to Australia and were transferred to Nauru from the navy ship HMAS Manoora. Hundreds of locals turned up at Nauru"s main port to watch the group ferried to land on Australian Navy landing craft. As Women performed dances, each asylum seeker was handed a small bunch of flowers. They were then put in to six dusty school buses for the five-kilometre ride to a temporary camp built by Australian troops in Nauru"s barre ... As they approached the dock, some of the group held up a banner saying "Thanks from honourable government of Nauru"s for giving protection and shelters for Afghan refugees." The Afghans were taken to Nauru on board the HMAS Manoora after the Australian Government turned them away in a hardline stand against people smugglers who each year ship thousands of refugees to Australia. ... The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees spokeswoman Marissa Bandharangshi said at this stage it is only concerned with the applications of the asylum seekers transferred from the Tampa to the ... Wordcount: 259 Pages: 1
the two guys
The two views of these to two men, David and Daud expressed different beliefs. One (David), is a Jewish Israeli. The other man, Daud, is a very upset Palestinian Arab. Throughout the discussion they both are bringing up each of the countries faults and seeing if any of these points can maybe be resolved. It seems however as though, for right now they failed. I personally have to side with the Israeli man David. His point is very clear for me to see and it seems that all the Jewish p ... The last reason I sided with Israelis is the way they dealt with the many refugees. ... The Arabs left their refugee in many horrible camps and didn"t treat them as equals, as David had put it. He said that if the Arabs were taking care of the refugees as well as the Israelis were then the refugees feeling wouldn"t be such a big problem as it is now. ... Wordcount: 629 Pages: 3
Rwanda
RWANDA HISTORY Rwanda is located in Central Africa, east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Rwanda was inhabited by two ancient African tribes; known as the Tutsi and Hutu. The European colonists, who thought the Tutsis were the nobles of the land, put them in power over Rwanda, even though they only made up about 15% of the population. Over time, the Hutu majority grew to resent this arrangement. Since 1990, Rwanda has been plagued by a violent ethnic conflict between Hutus and Tutsi ... FUNDAMENTAL DISPUTE In 1994, the conflict had destroyed the lives of nearly 1 million Rwandans and created a massive refugee problem. ... The refugee situation was at its worst with thousands of people dying in camps. ... Zaire received the most amount of refugees. ... In 1996, refugees began returning to Rwanda. ... Committee for Refugees and World Vision are working to help ease the poverty and destruction in Rwanda. ... Wordcount: 749 Pages: 3
AFGANISTAN
Monika Foster Political Science 1:50-3:05 Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan Beginning on September 27, 1996, an extremist militia group known as the Taliban seized control of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Upon seizing control, the Taliban has instituted a system of gender apartheid, which has placed women into a state of virtual house arrest. Since that time the women and girls of Afghanistan have been stripped of all human rights including their voice, visibility and their ... The Taliban is actually made up of young men and boys who were raised in refugee camps and trained in ultraconservative religious schools in Pakistan. ... Since the Taliban has taken control of the government very few refugees have been able to flee the country to the United States. ... After and initial denial from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, she sought help from the Feminist Majority. ... In 1996 and 1997 no refugees were allow to enter, in 1998, 88 refugees entered. ... I, personally, am not a big fan of allowing immigrants and refugees into our already overcrowde... Wordcount: 1156 Pages: 5
Afghan
Monika Foster Political Science 1:50-3:05 Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan Beginning on September 27, 1996, an extremist militia group known as the Taliban seized control of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Upon seizing control, the Taliban has instituted a system of gender apartheid, which has placed women into a state of virtual house arrest. Since that time the women and girls of Afghanistan have been stripped of all human rights including their voice, visibility and their mobility. The Camp ... The Taliban is actually made up of young men and boys who were raised in refugee camps and trained in ultraconservative religious schools in Pakistan. ... Since the Taliban has taken control of the government very few refugees have been able to flee the country to the United States. ... After and initial denial from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, she sought help from the Feminist Majority. ... In 1996 and 1997 no refugees were allow to enter, in 1998, 88 refugees entered. ... I, personally, am not a big fan of allowing immigrants and refugees into our already overcrowded an... Wordcount: 1119 Pages: 4
U.S. Immigration Policy
The sun seems unrelenting as it beats down on the two families huddled together in a rickety makeshift boat. The rafters have been floating in the open sea for what seems to them like years. Their food and water supplies have run out and the littlest ones cry out of hunger. But the keep going. Because they know that once their feet touch the land of opportunity their prayers will be answered. Finally, their raft makes it to the ankle-deep waters and they are only a few short steps away from dry ... According to Defede, it is immoral to repatriate a Cuban refugee caught in the surf, so close to dry land and freedom. ... Supreme Court lifted the ban and the Coast Guard began removing more than 10,000 Haitian refugees being detained at the U.S> Naval base in Guantanamo Bay. ... McCarthy who said, "It is only natural that the refugees experience should spawn well-founded suspicions that the treatment received by Haitians is the result of institutional racism. ... Wilbanks goes on to say that national governments make decisions about refugee admission on the basis of national self-intere... Wordcount: 2238 Pages: 9
Ethical issues in US Immigration Policies
The sun seems unrelenting as it beats down on the two families huddled together in a rickety makeshift boat. The rafters have been floating in the open sea for what seems to them like years. Their food and water supplies have run out and the littlest ones cry out of hunger. But the keep going. Because they know that once their feet touch the land of opportunity their prayers will be answered. Finally, their raft makes it to the ankle-deep waters and they are only a few short steps away from d ... According to Defede, it is immoral to repatriate a Cuban refugee caught in the surf, so close to dry land and freedom. ... Supreme Court lifted the ban and the Coast Guard began removing more than 10,000 Haitian refugees being detained at the U.S* Naval base in Guantanamo Bay. ... McCarthy who said, "It is only natural that the refugees experience should spawn well-founded suspicions that the treatment received by Haitians is the result of institutional racism. ... Wilbanks goes on to say that national governments make decisions about refugee admission on the basis of national self-intere... Wordcount: 2239 Pages: 9
The Palestinians Should Have Thier Own State
Imagine walking to a bus stop with some friends to go shopping. On a bench sits a bag of candy. You reach for it, to take it or possibly just to move it, and the next thing you know you"re surrounded by white coats and blurry faces. You find out your two best friends and dead and you"re missing both of your arms. Now imagine living in a "house," no bigger than six hundred square feet, with your parents, two sisters, two brothers, and your mom"s parents. You can"t leave you hose, in fact no one i ... The Palestinians should have their own state because it can lessen the conflict between the Palestinians and Israel and it will give Palestinians, especially the refugees, a chance to start over. ... Another reason the Palestinians should have their own nation is that it will give Palestinians, especially the refugees, a chance to start over. ... The refugees are a burden not only to Israel but to the Middle East as a whole. Haydar 'Abd al-Shafi, also the leader of the Muslim Red Cross, the Gaza Strip"s Red Crescent Society, knows the pain the refugees have. "The international wi... Wordcount: 1109 Pages: 4 Bibliography
THE BEAN TREES
A great philosopher once said that our expectations and anticipations are usually better than the actual experience. I found this to be true in Barbara Kingsolver"s The Bean Trees. My expectations of the book were very different from the actual story line. I enjoy novels with adventure and obstacles that the main character must fight to overcome. I was disappointed that The Bean Trees contained very little, if any, adventure. Taylor Greer"s biggest problems seemed to be her car and her fear o ... She did not feel very worried about transporting illegal refugees across the United States. ... It is extremely costly to transport refugees, and if the transporter is caught he or she faces fines or imprisonment. The refugees would face even worse consequences. ... Mattie, the woman who owns the garage, housed refugees, and she never got caught. ... Refugees tend to be looked down upon and treated cruelly or unfairly. ... Wordcount: 1199 Pages: 5