With a lack of a stable government in Libya and the uncertain administration of other Middle East and Northern African countries, the issue of migration is out of control, whilst smugglers and human traffickers are able to work in freedom. The lack of order has taken its toll with 4 million Syrians reported to have fled from the country in 2015. Another million have spread throughout Europe which has alarmed the continent. These traffickers also called the “Modern Pirates” are
Category Archives: Escape & Migration
In the early summer of 2014, a massive prison breakout happens at Abu Ghraib, a prison for lifetime sentenced convicts . More than 1800 criminals escaped that day and headed into Anbar’s (biggest state in Iraq) desert; many searches for them went down. Two months later, a new organisation’s name comes up in the news showing proof and talking about brutal assasinations, DAESH, known for media followers only, a group of serial killers if so to speak who conduct random
Bryn Gruber, an exchange student from the United States, Utah, talks about his experiences that he made when he ended up in a refugee camp. His impressions are deep. As many people can’t imagine under which circumstances people have to live, this video will give some kind of a picture.
A new year comes with new challenges, but can we actually expect a change? In the conversation with the Geography teacher Mrs. Tebart it becomes present that respect is one of the main forces to encounter integration. For more ideas and interesting facts listen to her interview and let us know what you think! http://www.europeanyouthvoice.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Podcast_3_mixdown.mp3
As I begin to write this article on the evening of new year’s day, thoughts begin to spin around my mind on what lies ahead as for the future of the European Union and the thousands of immigrants and families that are trying to reach their perhaps “Dream Destination” to a stable and rewarding life. Many countries in Europe are still trying to get out of the global economic crisis that they faced back in 2008. The immigration crisis has