When refugees arrive to their new country they are not welcome. They face abuse and in proper living conditions. These include crammed living conditions and improper health care. There are no dedicated social welfare payments or special payment rates for refugees. As permanent residents, refugees are able to apply for various government payments and access Australia’s national health care system, Medicare. The refugees need to then spend time in the country to earn a visa. Once they earn the VISA they can be freed to live on their own. In conclusion, the refugees are not welcome to their new countries.
Refugees are not often accepted and do not fit into their new countries that they arrive in. As they arrive in their new countries they are often denied human rights. They are often abused and in some cases killed. There was reportedly 67 child abused in a camp in Australia. They are sometimes starved too. One man said that he had lost 14 kilograms of weight due to not being fed. In conclusion the refugees are not welcome to their new countries.
Life in the refugee camps is harsh and lead to a ruff life for the refugees. The camps in Turkey are packed and do not offer proper living conditions. The rent for the camps is 50$ to rent and has no plumbing or electricity. The refugees make 2$ and hour for hard labor work. There is no education causing it to be hard for them to start new lives in Europe. Approximately 250,000 refugees are dealing with these conditions. In the end the conditions in the refugee camps are hard for the refugees.
The conditions in these refugee camps are inhumane and unsafe. In Australia at one of the refugee camps refugees are faced with abuse, torture, and neglect human rights. They are not provided proper health care and in some cases are denied health care. The refugees are forced to stay in the camp ending up being killed in their crammed and improper living conditions. The after effects of being in the camp includes anxiety and the inability to sleep. They also suffer from nightmares and have disruptive behavior. This results in mental disabilities and in some cases suicide. In conclusion, In conclusion, the conditions of these refugee camps are inhumane.
Another example of why refugees flee is shown in the horn of Africa. People here are fleeing due to poverty and are needing of better lives. To add to that, the people in the horn of Africa are fleeing to the violations of their rights. The horn of Africa is ruled by secretive dictatorship. This causes many problems many human rights to be violated. These refugees are then fleeing to Ethiopia and this country has claimed to torture and kill the asylum seekers. The refugee issues in Africa is another great example of why refugees would flee their countries.
The Syrian refugee crisis has created the biggest humanitarian crisis of all time. There is about 6.3 million people have fled their homes due to the war and the death of 480,000 innocent civilians. Crowded cities have been destroyed, food is scarce, and many human rights have been violated. These issues have all came from the enlargement of ISIS. ISIS has feared many civilians to leave everything behind including family to save their lives. The terrorist group is taking over villages, killing civilian and causing a big crisis effecting the entire world. The Syrian refugee crisis is a prime example of refugee's experience.