Migrants and Refugees

Migrants and Refugees

by Chris Eboch

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The Global Viewpoints series provides students and other readers with the information they need to explore global connections and think critically about the worldwide implications of global issues. Each volume focuses on a controversial topic of worldwide importance and offers a panoramic view of opinions selected from a diverse range of international sources, including journals, magazines, newspapers, nonfiction books, speeches, government documents, organization newsletters, and position papers. Each volume contains an annotated table of contents; a world map, to help readers locate countries or areas covered in the essays; "for further discussion" questions; a worldwide list of organizations to contact; bibliographies of books and periodicals; and a subject index. By illuminating the complexities and interrelations of the global community, these excellent resources help students and other researchers enhance their global awareness.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781534501188
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing
Publication date: 08/15/2017
Series: Global Viewpoints Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

Table of Contents

Foreword 11

Introduction 14

Chapter 1 Migrants and Refugees Around the World

1 Where Migrants Are Moving and Why: United Nations 19

2 A Hard Life for Refugee Families Kelly Montgomery 30

3 Children in Danger Should Not Be Turned Away Valeria Gomez Palacios 36

4 Female Refugees at Risk Tirana Hassan 44

5 Living in a War Zone May Be Better Than Refugee Life Bethan Staton 50

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 55

Chapter 2 Whose Responsibility Are Migrants and Refugees?

1 Refugee Crisis Causes Strife and Disagreement in Europe Andreas Liljeheden 58

2 Christians Should Support Opening Borders to More Refugees David Hollenbach 66

3 The US Must Help Fix the Crisis It Caused Marjorie Cohn 74

4 No Easy Answers Natalia Banulescu-Bogdan Susan Fratzke 80

5 Find Work for Refugees Paul Collier 95

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 101

Chapter 3 The Benefits and Dangers of Immigration

1 More Immigration Will Be Good for the US Economy Giovanni Peri 104

2 Refugees Will Benefit Germany, If They Have Support Victoria Rietig 114

3 Refugees Need Work Opportunities: International Labour Organization 125

4 Immigrants Bring Economic Benefits but Security Risks Tim Kane Kirk A. Johnson 137

5 Stop the Muslim Migrants Daniel Greenfield 151

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 157

Chapter 4 Responses to Migration

1 Europe's Successes and Failures in Handling the Refugee Crisis Ian Lesser Astrid Ziebarth Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer Michal Baranowski Ivan Vejvoda Gordana Delic Ozgur Unluhisarcikli 160

2 EU-Turkey Agreement Could Fail Legally and Logistically Elizabeth Collett 176

3 Hungary Violates Human Rights in Its Treatment of Refugees Amnesty International 185

4 Get Rid of Refugee Camps Kristy Siegfried 189

5 Aid Organizations Waste Money: DMG Media 195

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 199

Chapter 5 Better Solutions for Addressing Migrant and Refugee Crises

1 Every Country Needs Unique Solutions: International Labour Organization 202

2 These Solutions Will Fix the Refugee Crisis in Europe Giles Merritt Shada Islam 212

3 Send Development Aid, Not Weapons Jeffrey D. Sachs 227

4 Technology Provides Answers Alina O'Keeffe Dan Swann 231

5 Long-Term Solutions Mean Sharing the Burden: United Nations 245

6 Giving Cash Provides the Best Value Owen Border 254

Periodical and Internet Sources Bibliography 258

For Further Discussion 260

Organizations to Contact 262

Bibliography of Books 266

Index 267

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