Why Do People Migrate? Part 1: Facts

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Read this article and share your views with colleagues. Is the Australian "Pacific solution" against human rights? What do you think of Nauru and the other "prison islands"?

As always, you can share your view by writing in your own journal, but also commenting on what others have written.

Nauru and prison islands


Personally, the people have won in demonstrating their anger against the government and in succeeding to rehabilitate migrants in Perth. Their disapproval in locating and packing off people to detention centers and prison islands was understood as foul and as a result people have been given asylum. The political unwillingness to accept migrants is due to nationalist policies and trade relations that may come in the way of pure humanitarian concerns.

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