Summary of Our Refugee System Is Failing. Here’s How We Can Fix It
Viewing refugees as human beings with much to offer is the first step in addressing the refugee crisis.
In 2015, record numbers of refugees sought asylum in European nations, whose response has been sadly lacking. Refugee advocate Alexander Betts posits that the problem stems from viewing migrants as a burden rather than as a rich resource. He proposes four changes that could upend this perception. getAbstract recommends Betts’s well-reasoned talk to European policy makers, people on the front lines of the crisis and those following it in the headlines.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the European Union’s response to the refugee crisis is woefully inadequate
- What four possible solutions could alleviate Europe’s refugee crisis
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