MOHAMMED MISHAL SAGEER
What is Forced Migration?
It is a general term that refers to the
movement of refugees and internally displaced people (people who are forced to
move due to conflicts within the country) as well as people displaced by
natural or environment disasters etc.
Repression, Conflicts, War etc.
Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Rohingya people of Myanmar were forced
to move due to denied citizenship and ill-treatment of the people. Muslims were
the majority to move. Over 650 thousand people have migrated.
Crisis in Syria
Due to Civil War in 2011 and various bombings
in 2016, many people were forced to migrate. Due to high number of deaths,
living in that country became unsafe for the people.
European Migrant Crisis
It began in the beginning of 2015 when
large number of refugees migrated from their home countries to Europe to seek
shelter due to the various problems including pressure from Islamic state
Measures Of Help
countries came forth to help refugees.
food and shelter became a goal for many countries.
UN took different measures to help
Providing a helping hand
clubs came forth to help Syrian refugees.
accommodation at their stadiums
Providing the necessity items for all.
rights must be implemented to protect refugees.
must be changed so no further people will be forced to migrate.
Proper awareness must be provided to the
Convention relating to status of Refugees Archived.
and Forced Migration in the 21st century.(ssrc.org)